7D6N Taiwan Westline


Group Tour Package Includes:

  • 6 Nights Accommodations
  • Round Trip Air Tickets
  • Private Guided Tour
  • Travel Insurance
  • Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

*Terms Apply

*Price shown is ex Kul, ex Kuhing add-on rm400




  • Kuching / Kuala Lumpur – South Korea round trip air tickets
  • Airport taxes
  • 20kg luggage
  • 8 nights accommodation in Turkey
  • Entrance fee
  • Guiding fees
  • Meals (as stated)
  • Tip for tour guide drivers
  • Travel insurance

DAY 01: Kuching / Kuala Lumpur – Taipei

  • Proceed to depart; Kuching to Kuala Lumpur then to Taipei Taoyuan International Airport

DAY 02: Taipei-Hsinchu

  • Breakfast
  • Shifen Station

    Shifen is a small town in northeast Taiwan, about an hour’s journey by train from Taipei. It was once a coal mining area but has in recent years transformed itself into a popular tourist attraction.
  • Jiufen Old Street

    Jiufen is a must-see spot when visiting northern Taiwan.
    Always teeming with tourists, you might notice that Japanese people make up a huge proportion of the crowds gathered. Many are keen to catch a glimpse of the setting of Hayao Miyazaki’s Academy Award-winning “Spirited Away”, especially the iconic red lanterns.
  • Lunch
  • Daxi Liangjiang Cultural Park
  • Hsinchu City God Temple

    Hsinchu City God Temple (Chenghuang Temple) is regarded as the highest-ranking of all City God temples in Taiwan, due to the superior spiritual power of its City God in protecting the town. In front of the temple is a market with a lot of small stalls selling delicious Taiwanese snacks, including rice noodles, meat balls, thick cuttlefish broth, and Zhuqian Biscuit (Zhuqian is the original name of Hsinchu). 
  • Night Market
  • Dinner

DAY 03: 

  • Breakfast
  • Neiwan Old Street

    Neiwan Old Street is lined with traditional wooden architectures and stores. Stroll along this street visitors will be embraced with reminiscent atmosphere, as well as a gourmet feast, including ginger lily-flavoured glutinous rice, Hakka tea, Hakka rice cakes (muachi), etc.
  • Lunch
  • Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park

    The Hakka, who make up about one-fifth of the Han population in Taiwan, has a long history of periodic migration—hence the name Hakka, which literally means “guest people.” The centre, a green building constructed with large amounts of glass on the outside to blend in with the local terrain.
  • Mitsui Outlet in Taichung-Gaomei wetland-Yizhong shopping district.

    So many branded outlets with lots of discounts. The Mall is slightly away from Taichung City.
  • Dinner

DAY 04: Taizhong-Kaoshiung

  • Breakfast
  • Aquatic Products Laboratory
  • Buddha Memorial Hall

    Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Hall, established in 2011, is dedicated in promoting Buddhism. The Buddhist relic is enshrined along with the memorial hall, towers and parks. It’s the largest religious sacred ground for Buddhism in Taiwan.
    *(will be changed to Foguang Mountain when closed on Tuesday)
  • Lunch
  • Daruge Pavilion
    *(recreation facilities at their own expense)
  • Golden Polo Castle (free gift of Pear Crisp DIY)
  • Ruifeng Night Market

    Ruifeng Night Market is in the Zuoying District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, located between the Yucheng and Nanping Road, and is nowadays to be considered as the largest and greatest night market in the city.
  • Dinner

DAY 05: Taizhong

  • Breakfast
  • Tianlu Exhibition Center
  • Taipei 101*

    Formerly known as theTaipei World Financial Center, it is a supertall skyscraper designed by C.Y. Lee and C.P. Wang in Xinyi,Taipei,Taiwan. This building was officially classified as the world’s tallest from its opening in 2004 until the 2010 completion of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai,United Arab Emirates.
  • Lunch
  • Loyalty Temple
  • Taipei Ximending Business District
  • Ningxia Night Market
  • Dinner

*at own expenses

DAY 06: Taipei-Kuala Lumpur / Kuching

  • Breakfast
  • Depart to Kuala Lumpur / Kuching


Note : Sequence of the itinerary is subject to local arrangement


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