Taichung is fast gaining popularity among the tourist masses. As a melting pot of both culinary and cultural delights, it’s easy to see why this vibrant city is one for the Taiwan bucket list. Taichung City merged with what used to be called Taichung County, meaning that the area that is officially Taichung City is now a huge 2 million square kilometers. It stretches all the way from the west coast to Yilan County in the northeast of Taiwan and Taroko National Park in Hualien County. It also encompasses remote aboriginal villages and some of the Taiwan’s highest mountains. As Taiwan's second-largest city, there's definitely a place for every guest to enjoy Taichung–be it museums, wetlands, bookstores, quite a variety of parks, or foodie spots.
Glamour, opulence and culture ...all in one trip in Taiwan and South Korea. Combine with intercity flights and discover: Taipei (a marvelous city that blends traditional and modern influences in a very hospitable environment); next Kaohsiung (known for its harbor, although more for commercial than tourism reasons. Hence it is also known as the Harbor Capital of Taiwan) and Taichung (an industrial city on the western side of central Taiwan, a gateway for exploring the island’s mountainous interior, including nature areas like Sun Moon Lake, popular for boating and hiking). Combine these fantastic experience, with stays in: Seoul (bustling city filled with many temples and four major palaces such as Gyeongbokgung. It is famous for being the land of kimchi, and Soju; K-pop, K-dramas, tech and automotive manufactures); and Jeju (known as the Hawaii of Korea; and best known for its volcanic landmarks, multiple waterfalls, white sand beaches, and other natural wonders). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.