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India to Taiwan Tour Package5 days & 4 nights
INR 1,66,000
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INR 65,000
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INR 35,000

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Treat yourself to the ultimate thrill and adventure by availing the unique Taipei tour packages from Thrillophilia. Whether you are looking for a package that lets you relax and enjoy the various amenities in Taipei, or one where you can learn about the rich history, culture and traditions of Taipei, or a package that gives you a chance to explore the amazing and vibrant night market scene of the city, Thrillophilia has it all.

There are numerous reasons why you should choose one of the many Taipei holiday packages by Thrillophilia. In addition to exciting discounts and bonus offers, these packages also offer you a lot of other added benefits that you can enjoy. Designed and curated by experts using a lot of research, these holiday packages also offer you a chance to explore some of the best attractions and places in Taipei with your near and dear ones, that too at reasonable costs.

Thrillophilia also offers you some amazing deals on the various Taipei packages, thereby making it an ideal destination for a memorable holiday experience. You can also get your tour packages customised by us if you wish to explore additional places, indulge in specific activities or simply spend a few more days in the city. So, what are you waiting for? Plan a holiday in Taipei with your loved ones and experience the best of what the city has to offer.

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What are the famous places to see in Taipei?

1. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall: One of the best places to see during your Taipei Tours is the famous Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. Built in the memory of General Chiang Kai-shek, this memorial hall boasts of an impressive architecture. Overlooking the Liberty Square, the hall reflects the simple aesthetic of modern Chinese style of architecture, with intricate designs that symbolise prosperity and abundance.

You can also find a museum and memorial library inside the memorial. The place is also a popular place to host numerous exhibitions showcasing the history of modern-day Taiwan and Asian history.

Location: No. 21, Zhongshan South Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

2. Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall: Include the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in your itinerary when you visit the city of Taipei. Dr Sun Yat-sen is one person who is revered on both sides of the Taiwan and China divide. And this memorial hall is built in dedication to him.

Completed in the year 1972, this structure celebrates the memory of the National Father of the Republic of China. You can see numerous photographs and displays of Dr Sun’s life, work and the revolution that he led in the country here. The hall also serves as a social, cultural and educational centre for people.

Location: No. 505, Section 4, Ren'ai Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110

3. Elephant Mountain: One of the most adventurous and exciting places to visit during your Taipei holiday packages is the stunning Elephant Mountain. Located in Xiangshan, you need to hike up to the top of this mountain, from where you can soak in some of the most scenic views of the city and the natural landscapes.

A great place to escape from the chaos of the bustling city streets, Elephant Mountain is also perfect for a fun-filled picnic. Located over 180 metres above the sea level, the Elephant Mountain also offers some of the best views of Taipei 101 from the top.

Location: Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan

4. Bopiliao Old Street: Amongst the few unspoilt historic places of interest that you can visit when you avail the Taipei tour packages is the ancient Bopiliao Old Street. Dating back to the times of the Qing Dynasty, this street transports you back to the times gone by, giving you a glimpse of what life back then used to look like.

It is here where you can see buildings and structures with architectural styles that cannot be commonly found in Taipei. The historical street is also home to a free museum. Once the centre of industrial activities, the street is now a great place to learn about the city’s history.

Location: Lane 173, Kangding Road, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108

5. Martyr’s Shrine: Dating back to the year of 1969, the Martyr’s Shrine is one of the most famous places to visit in Taipei. Built as a dedication to the 390,000 soldiers who lost their lives during the Chinese Civil War, the shrine is a striking landmark in the city. One of the main attractions here is its hourly ceremony of the Changing of the Guard.

Located on the slopes of the Mount Huangshan, along the Keelung River, the shrine took its inspiration from Beijing’s Hall of Supreme in the Forbidden City. In addition to offering scenic views of Taipei, the Martyr’s Shrine also consists of a main shrine, several small halls, a bell tower as well as a drum tower.

Location: No. 139, Bedian Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10491

6. Shilin Night Market: Probably one of the most exciting places to include in your Taipei tour packages is the world famous Shilin Night Market. Considered to be amongst the best night markets in Taipei, this lively and vibrant market is open all through the week, and is home to numerous stalls selling food, drinks, local goods and more. You can also find many products from international brands at discounted prices here.

However, it is the food that makes Shilin Night Market a top attraction in the city. This market is a foodie’s heaven. Stroll along the streets here, while you sample local delicacies and snacks, or watch as vendors cook up their special dishes right on the spot. Indulge in things like fried bunds, stinky tofu, dim sum, grilled meats, oyster omelettes and a lot more.

Location: No. 101, Jihe Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111

7. National Palace Museum: Want to see historical and cultural artefacts of China and Taiwan during your Taipei holiday packages? Head over to the National Palace Museum in Taipei, where you can enrich yourselves with numerous precious artefacts from the two countries. Established by Generalissimo after the Chinese Civil War, the museum is home to displays, exhibits and more, all of which teach you about the history of these countries.

Consisting of almost 700,000 artefacts, the museum is a great place to learn about the Chinese cultural history. From jade figurines and bronze statues to ancient ceramics, 7th century paintings and more, the museum takes you through 8000 years of Chinese history.

Location: No. 221, Sec 2, Zhi Shan Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111

8. Chiang Kai-shek Shilin Residence: The official residence of former president Chiang Kai-shek and Madame Chiang is one of the most beautiful places that you should see during your Taipei packages. Situated amidst verdant botanical gardens, this residence has now been restored to its former glory and houses many interesting photographs, items and souvenirs that once belonged to Chiang Kai-shek and his wife.

One of the main attractions of this residence is its garden, where you can find plum trees, chrysanthemum and rose bushes all adding beauty and a sweet fragrance to the ambience. The residence grounds also house Madam Chiang’s former Cadillac limousine, the late president’s Victory Chapel, a hidden tunnel and more.

Location: No. 60, Fulin Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111

9. Danshui Old Street: Also known as Tamsui, the Danshui Old Street is a wonderful street located in a quaint fishing hamlet in Taipei. Located along the riverfront, this old street is home to many small and big shops, boutiques, arcades, cafes, carnival games, restaurants and more.

You can also find several food stalls selling the traditional xiaochi snacks here. The street is also a great place to soak in great views of the sunset, enjoy a romantic stroll with your significant other, indulge in cycling and other activities.

Location: Zhongzheng Road, Danshui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan

10. Fort San Domingo: Your Taipei holiday packages are incomplete without a visit to Fort San Domingo. Located in Tamsui, this red-coloured fortress is situated on a site where a wooden fort used to be. Constructed in the 1640s by the Dutch, Fort San Domingo was later fortified and expanded during the Qing regime and served as the British Consulate in the late 1860s.

As of today, the fort is a national historic site, where you can see the country flag, learn about the history and more. You can also see the original gate from the Qing era, in addition to the English-style former residence of the British consul here.

Location: 251, Taiwan, New Taipei City, Tamsui District,

What are the best things to do in Taipei?

1. Marvel at the Beitou Geothermal Valley: Also known as Hell Valley, the Beitou Geothermal Valley is one of the most unique places to visit during your Taipei holiday packages. Boasting of jade-coloured waters, sulphurous steams and scenic views, this valley is like no other in all of Taipei.

However, upon your visit to the valley, you can only indulge in photography and scenic views. It isn’t a good place to take a dip, since the waters here are almost near the boiling point and are quite acidic.

Location: Yangmingshan National Park, Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan

2. Hike at the Yangmingshan National Park: After availing the Taipei tour packages, indulge in an adventurous hiking experience at the Yangmingshan National Park. During your hike, soak in sights of stunning mountainscapes surrounding the park while you enjoy the cool breeze soothing the ambience.

The trails here are quite easy to tackle and are suitable for all kinds of hikers. You can also visit the Beitou Geothermal Valley from here.

Location: 9F., No. 290, Sec. 4, Zhongxiao E. Rd., Da'an District, Taipei City 106433, Taiwan

3. Watch a performance at the National Theatre and Concert Hall: These buildings located on the western end of the Liberty Square offer some of the most unique experiences that you can get in your Taipei tour packages. These venues, both of which date back to the late 1980s, boast of a traditional Chinese style of architecture.

Besides that, you can also catch some of the best cultural performances here.From local artists, to big performers like Three Tenors or Kirov Ballet, you can see many such unique performers here.

Location: No. 21-1, Zhongshan South Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

4. Learn about the country’s past at the National Museum of History: Complete your Taipei packages with a visit to the National Museum of History and learn about the rich past of Taiwan here. See one of the largest collections of Chinese relics here, or other displays and exhibits that offer you a glimpse into the years of history of Taiwan, China and the neighbouring countries.

Location: No. 49, Nanhai Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

5. Relax at the Taipei Botanical Garden: When you are looking for respite from the busy streets of Taipei, visit the Taipei Botanical Gardens and soak in the tranquil and peaceful ambience here. Originally built as part of a research, this garden is one of the best places to escape from the urban hustle in the city.

Enjoy the bamboo garden or rainforest-like jungle, set out a picnic amidst the exotic flowers or capture the lotus pond in your lens, there is a lot you can do to relax here.

Location: No. 53?, Nanhai Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10066

6. Indulge in gadget shopping at Guanghua Digital Plaza: Known for being the hub of latest electronic gadgets, one of the best things you can do in Taipei is to get your hands on these gadgets. Simply head over to the Guanghua Digital Plaza and find whatever new technology you have been wanting to buy.

The plaza is also home to many food stalls where you can gorge on delicious local snacks and beverages whilst taking a break.

Location: No. 8?, Section 3, Civic Blvd, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

7. Grab a unique Taiwanese breakfast at Dongmen Market: Visit the traditional Dongmen Market at the crack of dawn and gorge on delicious Taiwanese street food for breakfast. Engage in a hearty conversation with the friendly locals here, as you see them frying up mouth-watering goodies, seafood and more.

Some of the best things to try here for breakfast include the famous oyster omelette, thick pork soup, meat pie, tofu pudding, rice noodle soup and more.

Location: No. 81?, Section 2, Xinyi Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100

What is the best time to visit Taipei?

The months from March to May and then from September to November make up the best time to visit Taipei. These months are known for their pleasant weather, with low humidity and pleasant breeze during the day with a minor nip in the temperatures at night. Such weather conditions make these months perfect to visit the attractions, temples and beaches of Taipei.

How to reach Taipei?

The best way to reach Taipei from India is through air. The main airport in Taipei is the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, where a number of direct as well as connecting flights from different parts of the world arrive on a regular basis.

New Delhi is the only city in India which has direct flights operating to Taipei via Malaysian Airlines, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines and others.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Taipei?

It typically takes anywhere between two to ten working days to get a visa to Taipei after application.

What is the cost of a tourist visa in Taipei?

The cost of a tourist visa in Taipei is around NT$ 1,600 per person, which is roughly around INR 4,000.

Do Indian passport holders need a visa for Taipei?

Yes, if you are planning to get into Taipei, you are going to need a passport with a minimum validity of six months, along with a Visa.

How many days are enough in Taipei?

To explore Taipei in its entirety, you need at least four to five full days in the city. This way, you can not only see the sightseeing attractions of Taipei, but also experience the nightlife and other activities here.

What are the best historical places to see in Taipei?

1. National Palace Museum: In addition to being one of the best historical places in Taipei, the National Palace Museum is also the most important museum in the Chinese world. Home to almost 700,000 artefacts from the 8000 years of Chinese history, the museum has its origins linked to the Palace Museum in Beijing.

2. Huashan 1914 Creative Arts Park: This park dates to the year 1914, and was an erstwhile Japanese sake brewery followed by a camphor refinement mill. Today, you can indulge in a lot of creativity here, from photography of the old factory walls, to art exhibitions, picnics and more.

3. Long Shan Temple: Built in 1738, this ancient temple features a statue of Guan Yin which has also survived the wars in the region. In the temple, you can also find both Taoist as well as Buddhist gods, along with a Love God who has a book that can predict a person’s marriage destiny.

Which are the best night markets in Taipei?

1. Gongguan Night Market: One of the biggest and most vibrant night markets in Taipei, the Gongguan Night Market is known for its wide array of food stalls, with flavours ranging from the traditional Taiwanese to the more modern southeast Asian. Some of the must-try food items here include the pan-fried buns and Cantonese-style roasted duck.

2. Guangzhou Street Night Market: One of the more traditional night markets in the city, this market is known for cheaper, yet better quality flavourful food. You can also gorge on the famous glutinous rice in pork intestines at the Guangzhou Street Night Market, along with bubble tea.

3. Shilin Night Market: Your visit to Taipei is incomplete without a visit to the legendary Shilin Night Market. Shop for local goods, discounted international products or indulge in traditional and modern Taiwanese food delights such as oyster omelettes and pork sausages on your visit here.

4. Ningxia Night Market: Quite a popular night market amongst locals, this market is relatively less crowded and small. You can find vendors selling local street foods like fried chicken, oyster vermicelli, stinky tofu and more.

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