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3DAYS TAIPEI TRAVEL PLAN. Day1- Modern Taipei City Day2- Wonder Visiting- Jiufen Day3- Aboriginal Tribe- Wulai. Day 1. Taipei. Temple Taipei. DaLong Cave (Longdong) Bao-an Temple.

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  1. 3DAYS TAIPEI TRAVEL PLAN Day1- Modern Taipei City Day2- Wonder Visiting- Jiufen Day3- Aboriginal Tribe- Wulai

  2. Day 1 Taipei

  3. Temple Taipei

  4. DaLong Cave (Longdong) Bao-an Temple Located at the confluence of the Danshui and Keelung rivers, DaLong Cave (Longdong) developed very early. The center of worship here is Bao-an Temple, built in 1825. This is a large temple, and its construction was different; in addition, all of the wood and stone materials--and even the artisans--had to be brought over from mainland China. For these reason, the temple required a full quarter-century to complete.

  5. Sanshia Tzushr Temple & local market visit Sanshia is a traditional country town located in northern Taiwan, easily accessible from Taipei. It has become known in recent years mainly because of its Tzushr Temple, which is unique among all the Chinese temples of the world for the painstaking and time-consuming dedication to classical temple arts that is manifested in its modern reconstruction work.

  6. Administrative Building Taipei

  7. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is located in the heart of Taipei City. The area is 250,000 square meters and it is the attraction most visited by foreign tourists. The four sides of the structure are similar to those of the pyramids in Egypt. The garden is planted with red flowers. As a whole, the colors of blue, white and red express the National Flag and the spirit of freedom, equality and brotherhood.

  8. Historical Taipei

  9. Wanhua Wanhua was Taipei's first district to undergo economic development, but also has many old buildings and cultural sites. The district can be divided into three sections: northern, central, and southern. The northern area, including Ximending, has become home to many shopping centers and is popular among the younger generation. Central Wanhua is known for its historical sites (like Longshan Temple), traditional shopping, and local snacks. Southern Wanhua is mainly a residential area with a wide city park.

  10. Taipei County Ying-Ge Ceramics Museum Located in the most prominent pottery town Yingge and opened on Nov. 26, 2000, is the first museum in Taiwan devoted to ceramic research. The museum has turned a new historical page on its pottery development in Taiwan. The missions of the Museum are to demonstrate the pottery development in Taiwan and to display the life of Taiwanese ancestors as well.

  11. Li Mei-Shu Memorial Hall Li, Mei-Shu has studied art in Japan and was very active in promoting fine arts in Taiwan. Li chose realism as the principle he lived by as an artist for the rest of his life, because realism was the only way that, as Li himself described, “could best serve my faith in depicting the true beuty of rural life in Taiwan.” Persistent and determined as he was, Li has been thus regarded as the “Great Wall” in the art history of Taiwan.

  12. Day 2 North-east coast line

  13. North-east coast line visiting The Northeast Coast National Scenic Area hugs the narrow corridor between Taiwan's eastern mountain range and the sea. It comprises a narrow belt of coastline, running 66 kilometers in length. The northern section of the coastline looks out onto the East China Sea and the eastern section faces the Pacific.

  14. Yehliu Geo Park / Queen's Head / Fairy Shoe Yeliou is the most remarkable of all Taiwan’s northern scenic areas. A promontory that stretches 1,700 meters into the sea and contains a bewildering variety of rock formations forms the park.Erosion has revealed different types of rock that have been embedded in strata and have been shaped by wind and waves.From the end of the promontory one can get a truly spectacular view of Taiwan’s northern coast. There are plenty of oddly shaped rocks, fossil remains, and veins of colored minerals to satisfy the most fastidious tourist..

  15. JiuFen The village once was gold city of Asia and called little Shanghai or little Hong Kong. However, with the decline of gold mining activities, Jiufen fades. Later, several movies chose to shoot here and the movies won international acknowledgement.For example, the film the Sad City has won first prize in Venice Film Festival and awakened people's memory of Jiufen. It seems that the prosperous old streets, buildings, mines and the glamorous gold digging days are flashing before our eyes.

  16. Day 3 Wulai aboriginal Tribe Tour

  17. Wulai aboriginal Tribe Tour Wulai is the home of Atayal tribespeople, and here you can observe their traditional dances and rituals; if you're interested, you can join in the dancing yourself. You can also enjoy the sight of a gushing waterfall amidst the lush green landscape, or take an exciting cable-car ride across the gorge. Wulai is surrounded on all sides by mountains, a place of beauty and powerful tourist attractions including streams, hot springs, waterfalls, cherry blossoms and red maple leaves, birds and butterflies, a cable car, Yunxian Park, motorized rail pushcarts, and aborigine singing and dancing.

  18. Bitan Bitan is one of the eight famous attractions in Taiwan which is near by MRT Xindian station and a good place for people to relax and enjoy their weekend. The Xindian River branches off the Danshui River and winds its way through the Bitan area. There are terraces, ponds, and sand bars on both banks of the stream. This area is suitable for canoeing, fishing, barbecuing, rowing, and exploring nature.

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