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  • Leofoo Village Theme Park
    The theme park was created as the Leofoo Wildlife Park in 1979. Ten years later the park was expanded to include a multitude of entertainment facilities and reestablished as Leofoo Village Theme Park. It hasn’t stopped growing since, thus ensuring its continued standing as one of the most popular theme parks in Taiwan. Ask just about any young adult in the northern half of the country and he/she will recall fond memories of school field trips to Leofoo Village.
  • Sun Moon Lake
    Sun Moon Lake, Nantou is Taiwan’s largest lake and, with 6 million visitors a year, also one of Taiwan’s most popular scenic attractions.
  • Jiufen
    Epitomized by its lanterns lighting up the narrow alleyways, Jiufen is as charming as anywhere in Taiwan, and provides remnants of what was a booming mining town controlled by the Japanese.
  • Rainbow Village
    A tiny settlement in the Nantun District of Taichung which is famous for its vibrantly painted houses and streets. The quirky village is one of the most colorful spots in Taiwan and is a really fun place to visit. Created by ‘Grandpa’ in the quest to save his village from demolition, the inspiring story behind the creation of Rainbow Village is as uplifting as walking through the tiny village so full of colour.

Travel Essentials:-
Passport & Visas - Each tour member is responsible to ensure their passport is valid for at least six (6) months from the return date of the trip and all necessary visas and permits have been acquired.
Travel Insurance - It’s essential that you take out a comprehensive travel insurance before travel.

Terms & Conditions:-
1. Itineraries, meals, hotels and transportation are subject to change without prior notice.

2. Company reserves the right to make changes to or cancel the itinerary at any time due to unforeseen circumstances, especially during peak periods or in the event of a force majeure.

3. Company is not responsible for omissions, printing and/or presentation errors in brochures or in any media where such information may be presented; company reserves the right to make corrections as required.

4. Every person participating in company's tours shall travel at his/her own risk. Company shall not be held liable to any person for additional expenses that may be incurred due to delays or changes in any transport services, sickness, weather, strikes, war or other causes.

5. Tours are conducted in Mandarin, with simple translation in English if required.

6. Triple Room - Third person shall be based on roll-away bed.