Festivities & Traditions

Chinese New Year is the largest and most important annual festival celebrated by Chinese and Chinese descendants around the world. Also known as the Spring Festival, Chinese Lunar New Year and Lunar New Year, the Chinese New Year is based on the Chinese lunar calendar, begins on the first day of the first month and ends with Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month.

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Recommended Tours

Cishan Old Street Tour Guides
Nantou Sun Moon Lake 2-Day-1-Night Tour
Hualien 3-Day-2-Night Tour
Taipei Beitou Hot Spring 2-Day-1-Night Tour
Jiaosi Hot Spring Two-Day Tour
Indulge in a world of relaxations in Alishan
Discover mesmerizing Nantou Cingjing
Discover Taipei by Taipei MRT
Discovering splendors of Taipei City & Danshui

Attractions

Dihua Street
Beitou Hot Spring Museum
Pingxi Old Street
Wulai Old Street
Jiufen(Chiufen) Old Street
Guanziling Hot Spring
Xitou Nature Education Area (Xitou Forest Recreation Area)
Kenting National Park
Love River
Lukang Old Street

Hotel Recommendation

Kenting
Howard Beach Resort Kenting

Howard Beach Resort Kenting

No. 2 Kenting Road
Sun Moon Lake
Sun Moon Inn

Sun Moon Inn

No. 216, Zhongshan Rd
Taichung
52 Hotel

52 Hotel

52, Jhong-Ming Rd., West Dist
Taichung
Lumi Hotel

Lumi Hotel

No. 39, Fuxing West Road Xitun
Alishan
Alishan House

Alishan House

No.16, W. Alishan
Kaohsiung
E-Da Royal Hotel

E-Da Royal Hotel

NO.153, Section 1, XueCheng Road Dashu District
Alishan
Alishan Tea Homestay

Alishan Tea Homestay

No. 123-11, Leye
Cingjing
Ailiga Travel Villa

Ailiga Travel Villa

No.9-11, Rongguang Ln.
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