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2013 Taoyuan Longtan Dragon Boat Festival
New Taipei City Dragon Boat Championship (photo: Proboss)
Place: Longtan Pond
Time: 2013/6/11 (09:00-17:00) – 6/12 (09:00-17:00)
The highlight of Taoyuan Longtan Dragon Boat Festival, Taoyuan Mayor Cup Dragon Boat will be held at the Longtan Pond on June 11th and 12th. It is the biggest dragon boat competition in northern Taiwan; there will be 78 teams join the contest. The competition will start at 9 o’clock in the morning on both days, and the championship game will be in the afternoon on the day of the Dragon Boat Festival. It draws tens of thousands of spectators to cheer for the team they support every year.
Longtan Pond (photo: Eva P.)
How to go to 2013 Hualien Summer Festival:
Take train to Hualien Railway Station -> take taxi to Hualien Guanghua LOHAS Creative Park (Hualien Railway Station is about 6.9km/18mins drive away from the event venue)
Before enjoying concerts at the 2013 Hualien Summer Festival, do not forget to visit 2013 Hualien Hot Air Balloon Festival, which is held at Danongdafu Forest Park from June 22nd until September 1st, 2013. Visitors may experience tethered hot air balloon rides, enjoying great views of the surroundings. Danongdafu Forest Park features enriched ecologies as well as recreational facilities that are perfect for visitors of all ages.
Event: Hualien Hot Air Balloon Festival
Location: Hualien Danongdafu Forest Park
How to go to 2013 Hualien Hot Air Balloon Festival at Danongdafu Forest Park:
Taiwan Provincial Highway No. 9 -> Guangfu Town -> Signs to the park at 255.7km
Take train to Dafu Railway Station -> Park
Take train to Guangfu Railway Station -> take taxi to the park
Plan yourself a memorable holiday to Hualien! Taroko National Park, Cisingtan Scenic Area, Nanbin Park and Hualien Farglory Ocean Park are some of the Hualien splendors that one should not miss for your Taiwan trip. Book your Hualien hotels today and get ready for some fun at both 2013 Hualien Summer Festival and 2013 Hualien Hot Air Balloon Festival for your Taiwan travel!
Window of China Park (photo: Eva P.)