Taiwan

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Offline Chris

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Taiwan

  • on: October 10, 2017, 12:37:52 PM
May nakapag Taiwan na sa inyo? Ayos ba?




Offline aeonfenrir

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: October 10, 2017, 08:27:48 PM
Yup! Eto ung mga na-experience ko...

Weather - According to the cab driver that I took a tour with, they have 4 seasons. Usually ang peak season ng tourists is from October to December dahil malamig. Avoid going there kahit pa-start ng Fall since medyo mainit pa rin, unless ok lang sa inyo. Tinanong ko rin kung nagkakaroon ba ng snow sa Taiwan, sabi niya may 2 areas daw pero nasa medyo mountain na...

Transportation - Transportation's convenient. Halos lahat may English translations naman. Intercity and provincial travel is easy with their TRAs and HSRs but it can get expensive. Sa HSRs, may times na nag-sosold out ang mga slots so you'll have to buy early. Mas mura din ang tickets when you buy online such as from Klook or KKday. Usually voucher or code lang ibibigay sayo which you then present at a ticket booth in exchange for the actual ticket. Similar to Hong Kong's Octopus card or Singapore's NETS, they have the Easy Pass card.

Language - Mostly Mandarin and a few Fookien, although medyo heavy na ang accent nila pag nag-Fookien sila kaya nahirapan akong intindihin. Konti lang rin marunong mag-English so Google Translate will definitely help, or nakaprepare na dapat ung translations ng places na pupuntahan mo before-hand. Learning a few basic Mandarin words would be fun. Nagugulat sila pag marunong ka tapos galing ka from Philippines.

Lastly, visa free na si Taiwan PERO kailangan pa rin mag apply ng travel certificate: http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/09/29/1743892/taiwan-grants-visa-free-entry-filipinos

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: October 11, 2017, 06:24:32 PM
^thank you sir aeon!

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: October 11, 2017, 07:25:46 PM
^thank you sir aeon!

Maka-Sir Aeon ka naman, Sir Chris! Baguhan lang po...  ;D

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: October 17, 2017, 11:59:57 AM
^thanks sa info! pa-sample naman ng IT mo sir, or least yung mga restaurants na kinainan mo


Offline miggymontenegro

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: March 26, 2018, 08:39:13 AM
Yes. Its wonderful. Wala nga lang akong nakitang theme park. Ito itenerary namin

Day 1 MANILA – TAOYUAN – SUN MOON LAKE - TAICHUNG (--/L/D)
Upon arrival at Taoyuan Airport meet and greet the tour guide and proceed to Sun Moon Lake with ropeway and visit Formosan Aboriginal Village, an amusement park which is distinctive for its Formosan aboriginal culture theme. After tour, back to Taichung and visit night market. Have dinner then check in hotel. 
 
Day 2 TAICHUNG - TAIPEI (B/L/D)
After breakfast inside hotel, check out in the hotel and proceed to Northern Coast Tour including Keeling City, Keelung Harbor – Taiwan’s only state owned port company then proceed to Buddha Statue, the biggest goddess status in Southeast Asia. Transfer to Yehliu Geographic Park – known around the world for its sea-eroded landscape. Visit Pingxi, a rural district in eastern New Taipei City in northern Taiwan and experience Sky Lantern at Pingxi Old Street. After dinner, check in hotel.
 
Day 3 TAIPEI (B/L/D)
After breakfast inside the hotel, proceed to Chang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, a famous monument, landmark and tourist attraction. Visit Shilin Official Residence, the former residence of late Republic of China President Chiang Kai-shek and transfer to Xinmending is a neighborhood and shopping district in the Wanhua District of Taipei, Taiwan. Proceed to Taipei 101 – observatory is optional. Free shopping time at Shi Lin Night Market. After dinner, proceed to hotel.
 
Day 4 TAIPEI (B/L/D)
After breakfast inside the hotel, proceed to Yingko Pottery Street and experience do-it-yourself then visit Danshui, is a smaller city to the north of Taipei that was the center of shipping and commerce. It is famous for its many historical attractions and for viewing the sunset and Fishman’s Wharf, which is well knowned by its beautiful sunset and fresh seafood. After tour dinner, proceed to hotel.

Day 5 TAICHUNG – TAOYUAN – MANILA (B/--/--)
After breakfast in the hotel, check out in the hotel and transfer to Pineapple DIY then have free time shopping at Gloria Outlets or Mitsui Outlet Park then transfer to airport for your flight back home.

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Re: Taiwan

  • on: July 11, 2018, 03:14:45 AM
^ thanks sa IT.

1. Is it better to do tours or DIY?

2. where and what did you eat?

TIA!