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3.Taipei Night Tour
Departure Time: 18:00-19:00 PM
Departure Point: Hotel Lobby
Duration: 3.5 Hours
Tour Fare
(per person):
NT$ 1,500(Adult)
NT$ 1,500(Child)
【Adult—above 12 & Child—between 2 and 12】
  Tour Stops:
(1) Mongolian Bar-B-Q(dinner)
(2) Lungshan Temple
(3) Hwahsi Street Night Market
(4) Taipei 101 Tower
(except ticket for observation deck)
Bus transportation, English-speaking tour guide, tickets, dinner and travel insurance.
Ticket for the Taipei 101 observation deck, tips and any personal expense.
(Suggestions for Tip: Half Day NT$100, Full Day NT$200 per person)
Description :
/ezfiles/0/1000/img/1/arr_02.gifLungshan Temple

Lungshan Temple is a famous old temple in Taiwan. It is for worshiping Guanshiyin Buddha and other divine spirits. Lungshan Temple is facing the South. Its architecture is a three-section design in shape. There are the front hall, the rear hall and the right/left dragons protecting the middle hall. The layout is square and serene. The temple was built in Chianlung 5th year in Ching Dynasty. Due to natural disaster and damages caused by men, the temple was restored for several times. The doors, beams, and poles are beautifully decorated. There are a pair of bronze dragon poles in the front hall and four pairs of dragon poles in the middle hall. The sculptures are delicate. There are also exquisite wood sculptures. Among them, the well and Buddha setting in the main hall are highly appreciated. The temple has many Chinese poems, verses and lyrics on signs. These add a touch of literature in addition to the religious and sightseeing value. There are great decorative lamp fairs and temple activities on historical festivals. On each 1st and 15th day each month of lunar year, regular visitors will come to the temple for worship ceremony. The temple attracts many people. At normal times, there are domestic/foreign tourists visiting the temple. Lungshan Temple is not only a temple, a sightseeing attraction, but also a second-degree historical site. There are traditional streets/shops, antique shops, Buddhists article shops, and Chinese medicine shops surrounding the temple. These places are great to visit due to their richness in folk art.

/ezfiles/0/1000/img/1/arr_02.gifHwahsi Street Night Market

Hwahsi Street Night Market is located nearby Lungshan Temple. This night market and other night markets on Guangjou Street, Wujou Street and Shichen Street have formed a large unique market. Various commodities are sold here and it is one of the favored sites of tourists. In the early years, Huashi street is famous for congregated porno shops. After prostitution is banned by Taipei City Government, the sightseeing quality is greatly uplifted and the place becomes safer. A Chinese traditional post stands at the entrance of Hwahsi Street Night Market. Chinese traditional lamps are hung along the street. There are old, historical shops along the street that provide great dishes. For example, the tansi noodle restaurant, the favorite of Japanese tourists, started its business here. Other great dishes like meat soup and squid soup attract many people. In the summer, chopped ice plates and fresh juice are in great demand. In the winter, dishes with Chinese medicine attract many visitors. Huashi Street Night Market is famous for snake shops. There are about 2 to 3 snake shops that demonstrate snake processing and snake fights at nights. The shows usually attract a large crowd. However, due to environmental protection consideration, snakes of endangered species are not sold here. There are special sales conducted frequently by other shops here. The loud promotion for sales reflects the vigorous and hearty lives of Taiwan people.

/ezfiles/0/1000/img/1/arr_02.gifTaipei 101 Tower

Taipei 101 is the tallest building in the world, with a mass of shops on the lower floors, incorporating many top brands under the LVMH group, such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Celine, etc. The fourth floor houses the Page One bookstore from Singapore, with the highest-roofed coffee house in Taipei and many fine restaurants.

/ezfiles/0/1000/img/1/arr_02.gifTaipei 101 Observation Deck

Soaring 508 meters high, Taipei 101 is the world's tallest building. The lower five floors are occupied by a capacious shopping mall with fine boutiques, an international book store, food court, and more. The building also boasts the world's fastest elevator.


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