Taiwan, also known as “Formosa,” meaning “beautiful island,” is a frequent entry on the travel wishlists of those who love to explore. This island nation is consistently featured for its stunning natural landscapes. Taiwan captivates travelers worldwide with its picturesque landscapes, rich cultural diversity, charming indigenous traditions, vibrant modern cities, and a remarkably diverse culinary scene.


  • Scenic flight, saving 320km with a 5-hour car ride.
  • Complimentary Shabu Shabu dinner valued at $15 and one $12 beef steak dinner.
  • Visit the Daan Forest Park, a natural treasure of Taiwan.
  • Receive a sky lantern for wish-making at Thirteen Level Old Street with one lantern for every four guests.
  • Experience a subway ride at Formosa Boulevard Station.
  • Join a pineapple cake-making class and create your own delicious treats.
  • International travel insurance with Covid coverage.

DAY 1: HANOI ✈ TAIPEI Dinner Morning: The tour guide and transportation from the travel company will pick you up at the meeting point and transfer to Noi Bai Airport for flight VJ942 (14:25-18:00). Arrive at Taipei Taoyuan International Airport. Explore Shilin Night Market – one of the most famous night markets in Taiwan, showcasing the culture, people, and lifestyle of the locals. Here, you can shop for your favorite items at very affordable prices and, most importantly, enjoy the flavorful Taiwanese cuisine. It’s also an opportunity to discover the lively and friendly life of the local people. Overnight stay in Taipei.

DAY 2: TAIPEI Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Morning: Breakfast at the hotel, then the group will visit:

  • Old Street: A very interesting stop, offering a panoramic view of Taiwan, perfect for those who want to admire an entirely ancient space. The street runs along the train track, an area with about 10 households built since ancient times but still exuding an indescribable charm, attracting tourists on Taiwan tours. Here, you can witness the tradition of releasing sky lanterns into the sky, a prayer symbolizing peace, a unique cultural feature. Lanterns are made of oil rice paper on a frame made of bamboo or rattan. They come in various colors, each with a different meaning, such as health, wealth, or peace.
  • Shifen Waterfall: This beautiful island also has a waterfall dubbed the Asian version of Niagara Falls. Although not as majestic and spanning two countries like the “original,” Shifen Waterfall is still one of the must-visit places. To admire Shifen, you have to cross a suspension bridge. The waterfall is about 20m high and 40m wide, making it the widest waterfall in Taiwan, located at the source of the Cao Long River.
  • Yehliu Geopark: Considered a treasure of Taiwan due to erosion by wind and sand, sea wave erosion, and the accumulation of the remains of sea creatures, the beach has formed many layers of fossils and diverse and beautiful rock formations, creating a rare natural wonder. Every year, countless tourists flock to Yehliu, also known as Yehliu, to explore and capture impressive photos. Afternoon: The group will have lunch at a restaurant. Evening: The group will explore and shop for good luck at the Feng Shui unicorn store, and shop for jewelry. Dinner: The group will have dinner and then have free time to explore the night markets in Taipei. Overnight in Taipei.

DAY 3: TAIPEI – TAICHUNG Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Visit and shop at the 101-floor Tower – an international-grade project designed by the great architect C.Y. Lee, who put a lot of effort into the design. Taking the number 8 with the homonym “phat” meaning prosperity of the Chinese, to design. Every 8 floors make up a structural unit, interconnected, stacked on top of each other. The overall construction, the exterior, forms the smooth rhythm of aesthetic beauty. (Not including the fee to the top of the tower) Visit the Memorial Tower of Zhongzheng (also known as the Memorial House of Chiang Kai-shek): a place reserved for the military and political leaders of the government of the Republic of China from 1950 to 1975. Explore the history of the leader in the 20th century through photos, paintings, and excellent architectural designs. DIY Pineapple Castle attends a pineapple cake-making class and receives a cake as a gift. Pineapple cake is a traditional sweet cake believed to bring good luck!

Lunch: The group will have a Shabu Shabu buffet lunch. Visit the Taichung Opera House, a unique creation by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, inspired by the “cave” or “hole” of prehistoric humans, becoming a curved, unique, and unparalleled architectural structure in the world. Due to the extremely complex construction process, it has been internationally honored and included in the “9 new icons of the world.” The opera house covers an area of ​​58,000 m2 with a capacity of 3,000 people. A special feature is a series of glass walls in the shape of a sand clock on the front, covered by a network of glass panels for visitors to admire the city from various floors. Free time to explore the Fengjia Night Market.

Dinner: Free to enjoy and taste the cuisine at the Fengjia Night Market. Overnight in Taichung/Nantou.

DAY 4: TAICHUNG – NANTOU – KAOHSIUNG Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. The group will move to Nantou: Boat tour of Sun Moon Lake, the largest natural lake in Taiwan. Located on the plateau, Sun Moon Lake is more than 700m above sea level, in Nantou District, central Taiwan. The eastern part of the lake is round like the sun, while the west side is crescent-shaped like the moon. Therefore, this place is called Sun Moon Lake. Visit Wenwu Temple – a place dedicated to Confucius (Literature Temple) and Guan Gong (Military Temple) located on the north shore of Sun Moon Lake, built as an architectural system along the hills, stretching from low to high, creating a sparkling, magical, and sacred scene. Visit the Lingzhi store for shopping.

Lunch: The group will have lunch at a restaurant. Afternoon: The group will visit and shop at the Oolong tea shop. Continue to move to Kaohsiung. Visit and take photos of Formosa Boulevard MRT Station in Kaohsiung, once praised by CNN as one of the most beautiful subway stations in the world, experiencing a subway ride here.

Dinner: Free to enjoy and taste the cuisine at the Liuhe Night Market. Overnight in Kaohsiung.

DAY 5: KAOHSIUNG ✈ HANOI Meals: Breakfast/Lunch

Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out and move to visit: Visit and pay homage to the Buddha Light Mountain, inaugurated in 2011, a typical architectural work representing the fusion of modern and traditional, Eastern and Western elements of Taiwan. The statue of Buddha Quang placed behind the main hall is the symbol of this temple. The 108-meter-high statue, cast from 1872 tons of copper, is now the world’s tallest bronze statue. From the 1st to the 15th of the first lunar month is the time when tourists come to visit the busiest temple.   Lunch: The group will have lunch at a restaurant.


  • 3-4* standard hotels (double occupancy; single travelers of the same gender will share a room; children do not occupy a separate bed)
  • Modern air-conditioned vehicles according to the program
  • Meals as specified in the program: 4 breakfasts, 8 main meals (including 1 Shabu Shabu dinner)
  • Airfare for the segments: Hanoi – Taipei/Taoyuan – Hanoi on Vietjet Air with 7kg carry-on baggage and 20kg checked baggage
  • Group visa (mandatory for round-trip travel with the group)
  • International travel insurance with a maximum compensation of 10,000 USD per case (applicable to customers under 65 years old), including Covid coverage
  • Experienced and enthusiastic Vietnamese-speaking tour guide
  • Groups with 15 or more adults will have a Vietnamese-speaking tour guide throughout the tour from Vietnam
  • Entrance tickets to attractions as specified in the program
  • Gift: Travel hat


  • VAT invoice
  • Single room supplement, personal expenses, beverages, excess baggage fees, etc.
  • Training fee for the tour guide and local driver: 5 USD/person/day


  • Children under 2 years old: 20% of the adult tour price, sharing a bed with an adult.
  • Children from 2 to 11 years old: 90% of the adult tour price, sharing a bed with an adult.
  • Children 12 years and older are considered adults.
  • Prices may change due to fuel surcharges and USD exchange rate fluctuations.
  • The program and flight schedule may change depending on the specific departure date.
  • Designated shopping points in the program: Tea, Pineapple Cake, Feng Shui shop, Lingzhi, Jewelry/Silk, Duty-Free. If guests skip shopping points, surcharges will apply according to regulations. Shopping points may change.
  • The order of attractions may change depending on weather conditions, but all scheduled attractions will be visited.
  • We do not accept guests who have worked in Taiwan or violated Taiwan’s regulations and laws, guests who have been denied a Taiwan visa, or guests with relatives currently working in Taiwan. If the guest fails to declare, leading to a visa rejection, 100% of the tour price will be charged.
  • The company is not responsible in any case where customers are prohibited from leaving or entering due to personal matters.
  • The tour price applies to guests with Vietnamese nationality. Guests with foreign passports will be charged an additional 30 USD/person.
  • The company will not assist in the tour cancellation fees for customers who cancel the tour when their relatives are denied a visa.

Prepare the following documents:

ONLINE VISA: Passport photo + advanced visa photo + information form

  • For guests with visas from advanced countries issued within the last 10 years, including South Korea, Japan (must have entry-exit stamps), the US, Schengen, Canada, the UK, and Taiwan’s ROC-issued tourist visas. Guests should provide photos of the passport and the advanced visa (excluding void, canceled, or labor visas). For advanced country visas such as South Korea and Japan, only the passport and visa photos are required.
  • For Australian and New Zealand visas, the visa must be valid.

HONG QUAN VISA: Applies to guests who have not traveled to advanced countries as mentioned above or guests with unsuccessful online visa applications.

  • Provide a copy of the valid passport (valid for at least 6 months after the end of the tour) with clear edges, not warped. Due to the reflective surface of the new passport model, it is recommended to turn off all lights and take photos under normal room lighting.
  • Portrait photo: Lean against the wall for a new portrait photo. Note that the photo should not resemble the passport or ID photo.
  • Provide 2-sided ID card or citizen ID card.
  • Provide a birth certificate if under 18 years old.
  • Provide proof of the traveler’s profession: labor contract/social insurance book/health insurance card/retirement decision/promotion decision, etc.
  • If the traveler is under 18 and not traveling with parents, a Power of Attorney must be provided, confirmed by the commune immediately upon submitting the visa application.
  • If the traveler has relatives in Taiwan, please provide their contact information.
  • For guests traveling with someone, please provide information about the accompanying person.
  • Within the last 10 years, have you ever had a visa from South Korea, Japan, the US, Australia, Europe, Canada, or New Zealand?

Complete personal information as per the company’s form:

  • Full name of the traveler:
  • Current address:
  • Traveler’s phone number:
  • Marital status: Married / Divorced / Single
  • Spouse’s full name:
  • Traveler’s occupation:
  • Position:
  • Name of the company/school where you work/study:
  • Company/school address:
  • Company phone number:
  • Birth parents’ names (if deceased, state it):
  • Birth parents’ residence:
  • Contact person if necessary and not participating in the trip, their full name:
  • Contact person’s phone number:
  • Contact person’s address:
  • Who are you traveling with on this trip?
  • In the past 10 years, have you had a visa from South Korea, Japan, the US, Australia, Europe, Canada, or New Zealand?

Please note: The information provided may be subject to change, and it is always advisable to double-check with the relevant authorities or travel agency for the most accurate and up-to-date information.