Itinerary Compilation: Taiwan Travelogue in a Nutshell

We were asked about our Taiwan itinerary by many parents. Well, school holidays are coming and there’s nothing better than for the whole family to explore the best of Taiwan. This is a compilation of our Taiwan travelogue in a glance. All you need to do is to click onto the individual blog title and it will direct you to the blog post. Happy sharing and reading 🙂

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 1): 10 Tips before Visiting Taiwan

There’s just something about Via Hotel Ximen @ Taipei

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 2): Day 2 @ 西門町 Ximending, 瑞芳 Ruifang, 九份 Jiufen, 饒河夜市 Raohe Street Night Market, 五分埔 Wufenpu

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 3): Day 3 @ 十份 Shi Fen, 西門町 Ximending

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 4): Day 4 @ 陽明山 Yangmingshan, 小油坑 Xiao You Keng, 冷水坑 Leng Shui Keng, 金寶山 Chin Pao San, 淡水漁人碼頭 Dan Shui Fisherman’s Wharf, 淡水老街 Dan Shui Lao Jie, 士林夜市 Shilin Night Market

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 5): Day 5 @ 清境農場 Cingjing, 小瑞士花園 Swiss Garden

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 6): Day 6 @ 清境農場 Cingjing, 日月潭 Sun Moon Lake, 水社村 Shuishe Village

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 7): Day 7 @ 台中 Taichung and 高雄 Kaohsiung

The Icon of Kaohsiung City – The Icon Hotel

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 8): Day 8 @ Kaohsiung 高雄, Cijin Island 旗津島 and Ruifeng Night Market 瑞豐夜市

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 9): Day 9 @ Kenting National Park 墾丁國家公園, Eluanbi Park 鵝鑾鼻公園, Longpan Park 龙磐公园, Kai Xuan Night Market 凯旋夜市 and Liu He Night Market 六合夜市

10D9N Taiwan Travelogue – (Part 10): Day 10 @ Anning Clothing Street 安寧成衣街 and Dream Mall 夢时代

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4 thoughts on “Itinerary Compilation: Taiwan Travelogue in a Nutshell

  1. Hi may I ask what is the period you and your family travelled to Taiwan? Is it suitable for first timer like me to travel in Dec16 following your footsteps to those places in your itinerary? It is our first free and easy trip too!
    Your reply is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance 😀

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    1. Hi Joanne, thank you for reading my blog! I hope you enjoy the posts and hopefully can “like” my Facebook page. We travelled in late Nov and travelling in Taiwan is easy and convenient. The food are cheaper (with lots more varieties) and these savings can be used for accommodation and transport. Do have an itinerary of what you want to achieve for your trip (food, sightseeing, kids activities etc). Happy planning as well 🙂

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  2. Hi
    Would like to Check with you about transport to move around. Saw your post about nt2500 per day for a driver with Toyota wish . However I’m asking around for about 11 drivers, all of them give me the quote is between $4500/5500. Hence I would like to check how you get such rate. Please pass me the driver contact if you still have . Thanks much .

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    1. Hi, we took the public transport most of the time. For the taxi drivers stationed near to the MRT, we did check with them and some of them did offer about NT$2,500 maybe due to the lack of business and they were asking us to hop into their vehicles during that period. So, it varies in the bargaining and whether they are willing to take.

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