Welcome to Wulai


The main village is a popular place for hot springing. The village area is a bit shabby but the tourist street is fun for snacking or sitting down to a hearty meal.


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$149 Cultural & Theme Tours

1-Day Private Outdoor Tour of Taipei

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: The Botanical Garden, Zhongzheng District, TaipeiStart the day off with a stroll through the Taipei Botanical Garden.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Zhongzheng District, TaipeiA brief walk exploring Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ximending, Wanhua, TaipeiFor a glimpse of modern youth culture, we can bring you to XimendingDuration: 30 minutesStop At: Dadaocheng Pier, Datong, TaipeiIf you’re more curious about the past, the logical next stop is Dadaocheng, an old and characterful neighbourhood long associated with the tea trade.Duration: 1 hourStop At: National Palace Museum, Shilin, TaipeiAfter a lunch of typical Taiwanese delicacies, we can spend two or three hours in the rightfully famous National Palace Museum. Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Taipei 101, Xinyi District, TaipeiTaipei 101 observatory in time for alluring sunset views over the city.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Baoan Temple Garden, Datong, TaipeiThe capital goes to bed late, and an after-dinner look at the UNESCO-awarded Baoan Temple gives insights into the city’s spiritual life.Duration: 45 minutes

$579 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Private Food Tour in Taiwan (3-Day)

Enjoy a three-day food tour as you taste a variety of traditional Taiwanese snacks and meals in Taipei. From beef noodles to bubble milk tea, you'll explore signature dishes in local neighborhoods and see cultural landmarks around the city.Itinerary: Day 1 – Taipei City • After flying into Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near Taipei, transferring to the capital, and resting up for a bit in your hotel, we’ll begin our gourmet expedition with an early-ish dinner that represents mainstream culinary traditions: Ultra-fresh ingredients braised, steamed or turned into soups; vegetables wok-fried with garlic; and delicious local fruit for dessert. • After-dark Taipei is brim-full of distractions. Depending on your preferences, we can take you for a spot of shopping in glitzy Xinyi District, a wander through the far more traditional neighbourhood of Dihua Street, or a look at the gorgeous Baoan Temple. The evening will end with a look (and a sampling of traditional snacks) at one of Taipei’s night markets.  Day 2 – Wulai Scenic District • Taipei is dominated by Taiwanese of Chinese descent, but just outside the capital there’s a gorgeously scenic district called Wulai. It’s popular with birdwatchers, hot-spring aficionados and hikers. Many of Wulai’s 6,000 residents are members of the Atayal ethnic group, one of the island’s 16 Austronesian indigenous tribes. For a quick introduction to Taiwan’s aboriginal people and their delicious food, we’ll drive you to some of Wulai’s most scenic corners before sitting down for a lunch that’ll include roasted meats and foraged vegetables. • If you wish we can spend the entire day in Wulai. Alternatively, we can drive to one of the region’s fishing harbors for a seafood feast. As befits one of the world’s great fishing nations (Taiwan’s pelagic fishing fleet ranks no. 1 in the world for Pacific saury, no. 2 for tuna and no. 3 for squid), the Taiwanese have a tremendous appetite for seafood and love to eat at dockside restaurants.  Day 3 – Taipei City • Whatever time your flight out, we’ll help you make the very most of your final day in Taiwan. If we’re driving you to the airport, there may be time for a lunch featuring Hakka cuisine. Many traditional dishes created by the Hakka people, who account for around one seventh of the island’s population, were regarded as oily and salty. However, in line with modern preferences for healthy fare, innovative Hakka chefs have updated their recipes, while retaining its characteristic pork and pickle flavours.