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Taiwan City

Taiwan

03 Nights / 04 Days Taiwan MICE

The heart of Asia

Destinations Covered

Itinerary

Day 01:

Meet and Greet By Local Guide/ Transfer to Hotel

Day 02:

Half Day Conference/ Lunch/ National Palace Museum/ Damsui Fishermen’s Wharf/ Damsui Old Street/ Dinner/ Shi Lin Night Market

Day 03:

Jiufen Old Street/ Yeliu Geo Park/ Lunch/ Taipei 101 Observation Deck/ Xin Yi Commercial Area/ Gala Dinner

Day 04:

Transfer to Flight Home

Things to do in Taiwan:

  • Spa
  • Hot Spring
  • Theme Parks
  • Night Markets
  • Whale Watching
  • Visit to Juifen Old Street
  • Visiting Off Shore Islands
  • Visit to Aboriginal Village
  • Visit to Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Night Clubs, Karaoke Bar’s
  • Experiencing Taiwanese Cuisine
  • Experiencing the world fastest Trains
  • Electronic Shopping at Guang Hua Digital PLaza

Industrial Factory Tours:

  • Wine and Fine Food
  • Health and Beauty
  • Daily Necessities
  • Home Life
  • Art and Culture
  • National Palace Museum (With 30,000 Chinese artifacts)

04 Nights / 05 Days Northern And Eastern Taiwan

Destinations Covered

Snake temple, Penang Image Credit: lifeoftaiwan / CC-BY-SA 2.0

Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrival
Check in Hotel/Short Break
Visiting National Palace Museum
Visiting Taipei 101 Shopping Area/Taipei 101 Obervatory on 89th fl

Notes:- Accommodation:Taipei

Day 02:

Visiting Chang Kai-shek Memorial Hall/Ximending/The Red House
Bound for Hualien by Taroko Express Train

Notes:- Accommodation:Hualien

Day 03:

Visiting Taroko National Park
Hualien Farglory Ocean Park
Bound for Yilan

Notes:- Accommodation:Yilan

Day 04:

Bound for Taipei
Jiufen Old Street /North Coast National Scenic Area
Guang Hua Digital Plaza
Wufenpu Shopping Area

Notes:- Accommodation:Taipei

Day 05:

Free Tour/ Shopping/SPA
Departure

Things to do in Taiwan:

  • Spa
  • Hot Spring
  • Theme Parks
  • Night Markets
  • Whale Watching
  • Visit to Juifen Old Street
  • Visiting Off Shore Islands
  • Visit to Aboriginal Village
  • Visit to Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Night Clubs, Karaoke Bar’s
  • Experiencing Taiwanese Cuisine
  • Experiencing the world fastest Trains
  • Electronic Shopping at Guang Hua Digital PLaza

Industrial Factory Tours:

  • Wine and Fine Food
  • Health and Beauty
  • Daily Necessities
  • Home Life
  • Art and Culture
  • National Palace Museum (With 30,000 Chinese artifacts)

05 Nights / 06 Days Taiwan

Life of Taiwan Image Credit: Slide / lifeoftaiwan.com / CC-BY 2.0

Destinations Covered

Itinerary

Day 1, Taipei

Arrived, Transferred to Howard Taipei Hotel

Day 2, Kaohsiung

High Speed Rail
E-Da World
British Consulate
Love River Cruise
Check in at Crown Plaza

Day 3, Taichung

Stock 20 Art Gallery
Laungh Tea House
Art Museum Eco Park Way
Bubble Tea Experience
Check in at Tempus Hotel

Day 4, Taichung

Sun Moon Lake Tour
Farmosan Aboriginal Culture Village through cable car from Sun Moon Lake
Check in at Splendor Hotel Taichung

Day 5, Taipei

Yumay Theme Park
Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
Ximending/ The Red House
Check in at The United Hotel

Day 6, Taipei

Jiufen Old Streets
National Palace Museum
Taipei 101 Commercial Area
The TICC Visit

Things to do in Taiwan:

  • Spa
  • Hot Spring
  • Theme Parks
  • Night Markets
  • Whale Watching
  • Visit to Juifen Old Street
  • Visiting Off Shore Islands
  • Visit to Aboriginal Village
  • Visit to Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Night Clubs, Karaoke Bar’s
  • Experiencing Taiwanese Cuisine
  • Experiencing the world fastest Trains
  • Electronic Shopping at Guang Hua Digital PLaza

Industrial Factory Tours:

  • Wine and Fine Food
  • Health and Beauty
  • Daily Necessities
  • Home Life
  • Art and Culture
  • National Palace Museum (With 30,000 Chinese artifacts)

Guidelines for visa-exempt entry into Taiwan for Indian nationals

1. Indian passport holders who hold valid visas or permanent residences issued by the US, UK, Canada, Japan, Schengen Convention countries, Australia or New Zealand, are eligible for visa-exempt entry into Taiwan and staying for up to thirty days.

2. However, before embarking, it is required to obtain a permit for visa-exempt entry through Advance Online Registration System, a website hosted by Taiwan’s National Immigration Agency (NIA). Please log into https://nas.immigration.gov.tw/nase/ctlr?PRO=PRO_Task12Application to apply for this permit. If cleared by NIA, a permit can be printed out by the applicant. This permit shall enable the traveler to enter Taiwan visa-exempt.

3. When arriving at the point of entry into Taiwan, the passenger must present:

a. a passport valid for at least another six months.

b. a confirmed return air/sea ticket, seat reservation, or visa for next destination (if not returning to India), for onward departure from Taiwan.

c. valid visas for the US, UK, Canada, Japan, Schengen Convention countries, Australia or New Zealand. Expired visas are not acceptable.

Please note that passport holders who used to be employed in Taiwan as blue-collar workers will not be eligible for visa-exempt entry into Taiwan.

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