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Taipei 5 Days Environmental Protection Study Tour

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5 Days
Availability : till 31 Dec 2020
Hong Kong
Taipei

Taipei 5 Days Environmental Protection Study Tour

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Taipei 5 Days Environmental Protection Study Tour

Departure Date

till 31 Dec 2020

Price per Person

HKD5,250 / person up 

*2 pax sharing 1 room

*at least 22 participants for a group

Price Includes

  • Group flight ticket from Hong Kong To Taipei
  • 4 Nights Hotel Accomodation with daily breakfast
  • 1 Tour Guide
  • 1 Cantonese or Mandarin Guide
  • Daily Coach transfer
  • 5 Days lunches & dinner
  • Entrance tickets of the spot that mentioned in itinerary
  • Group Travel Insurance
  • Group Accident Insurance
  • Driver Fee
  • TIC Levy Fee

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Application fee for visa
  • Entrance ticket for certain sightseeing point not mentioned in itinerary
  • Services are not mentioned in itinerary
  • Porterage charge
  • Airport Taxes & Fuel Surcharges
Itinerary

Day 1 Hong Hong > Taoyuan International Airport > Chung Tai Resource Technology- Environmental Resources Education Centre

Environmental Resources Education Centre
The Second Recycling Plant of Chung Tai Resource Technology Corporation is located at Taoyuan Environmental Science and Technology Park. It is dedicated in recycling waste lighting, mercury-containing waste, and other green industry with a faith of transforming waste into gold. In 2014, with the approval of Environmental Protection Administration Executive Yuan, Chung Tai Environmental Education Resource Center was established to promote waste recycling. Currently, it welcomes visitation from organizations, colleges, communities and also foreigners. It aims to promote Taiwan’s world leading green technology and contribute to global protection. The Second Recycling Plant of Chung Tai Resource Technology Corporation has researched and developed its own waste lighting recycling and processing equipment. The most distinctive feature of the equipment is that it can process 95% of the derivatives from waste lighting into reusable raw material products. With its global-leading technology and equipment, the performance of mercury recovery has reached the highest recovery rate and best purity standard in the field. In addition, the use of waste glass processing technology can effectively reduce the waste of resources.

Day 2Zhishan Cultural and Ecological Garden > Beitou Thermal Valley > Ketagalan Culture Center > Shilin Night Market

Zhishan Cultural and Ecological Garden
Zhishan Cultural & Ecological Garden is Taiwan’s first ecological park. All the facilities are intended to highlight the rich local culture and ecology. The garden is the only place in Taiwan with seven cultural strata and the only place in the Taipei area with existing “Zhishanyan culture stratum” relics. The local geology is the Daliao layer formed 20-22 million years ago. Zhishanyan was a shelter forest in the Qing dynasty and a natural monument in the Japanese colonial period. It has giant trees, a rare sight in the city and its suburbs. Zhishanyan is a precious recreational green space and forest treasure trove.

Beitou Thermal Valley
Located beside Beitou Hot Spring Park, Thermal Valley is one of the sources supplying the area’s hot springs. The sulfuric steam that blankets the valley year-round gives the valley a frightening quality, giving rise to nicknames like “Ghost Lake.” The springs here have the highest temperatures of any in the Datunshan volcano group. With its surreal sulfuric atmosphere, it’s no wonder Thermal Valley was considered one of the “12 great sights of Taiwan” during the Period of Japanese Occupation!

Ketagalan Culture Center
The Ketagalan Culture Center is a cultural center in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. The cultural center is dedicated to introduce the various Taiwanese Plains Aborigines cultures, including the Ketagalan tribes cultures. The Ketagalan Culture center introduces the various Pingpu indigenous tribes of Taiwan, including the now extinct northern Taiwan Ketagalan tribe.

Shilin Night Market
Shilin Night Market is Taipei’s largest and best-known night market in Shilin district. A lot of the foods from Shilin Night Market are famous for their local flavors and are only available at the Shilin Night Market. Visitors are able to enjoy a wide range of local food, including Sausage Wrapped in Glutinous Rice, Stir-fried Squids, Oyster Omelets, Shilin Super Size Sausages, Ribs Stewed in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Shanghai Bun, Scallion Pancakes, Paopao Ice, Huge Chicken Cutlet, and many more.

Day 3Yehliu Geopark > Visit Nuclear Power Plant > Fort San Domingo > Tamsui Customs Officer's Residence > Ximending

Yehliu Geopark
Yehliu formed by Datun Mountain reaching into the sea. When overlooked from above, the place is like a giant turtle submerging into the sea. Thus, it is also called “Yehliu Turtle.” Because the rock layer of seashore contains sandstone of limestone texture and it is subject to sea erosion, weathering and earth movements, there is particular scenery consisting of sea trenches/holes, candle shaped rocks, and pot shaped rocks.

Nuclear Power Plant(Taipower Exhibit Center in Northern Taiwan)
Taipower Exhibit Center in Northern Taiwan is located in Bado. In order to show the relationship between nuclear energy and people’s lives, Taiwan Power company establish Northern Exhibition Hall in The Second Nuclear Power Plant.
 

Fort San Domingo
This is Tamsui’s most prominent monument to foreign involvement in Taiwan. First built in 1629 by the Spanish, Fort San Domingo was intended to aid the imposition of Spanish rule over the local Chinese and aboriginal populations in northern Taiwan.This fort was captured by the Dutch in 1642 when they drove the Spanish from the island. They replaced the Spanish-built stockade with a fort made of stone. The fort became known as the “Hongmao Castle” (Fort of the Red Heads) in reference to the colorful locks of its Dutch occupants. In 1867, the British leased the fort and undertook massiv renovations, which included the construction of the imposing British Consulate in the eastern section of the fortress compound. Its red brick verandah and red roof tiles complement the color scheme and design of the fort. Hongmao Castle’s position overlooking the mouth of the Tamsui River makes it a particularly attractive scenic spot, especially at sunset.
 

Tamsui Customs Officer’s Residence
After Taiwan was forced to open to foreign trade in the early 1860s, foreigners soon poured in for business. The Qing government established a customs office in Tamsui following the opening of Tamsui Port and employed foreigners to take charge of it. The present Tamsui Customs Officer’s Residence is the only remaining one of the three residences built after 1869 for these foreign officers. Due to its ash white appearance, this beautiful colonial-style building was nicknamed xiǎo báigōng, meaning the “Little White House” in Chinese. Along with its peaceful yard and special exhibitions, the Little White House provides an ideal afternoon retreat after visiting the crowded Tamsui Old Street.

Ximending
Ximenting is the mecca for youth culture. From tatton street to Wannian Plaza accessory shops, cosplay to street dancing, Ximenting offers a venue for youths to express themselves. Pop stars often come here for promotional events on weekends.

Day 4Half day school visit > TZU CHI Educational Recycling Station > Discovery Center Of Taipei > Taipei 101 Tower

Visit local schools to learn about local education and curriculum characteristics, and promote cultural and academic exchanges teenagers in the two places.

TZU CHI Educational Recycling Station
Located at Lumba Kuda, turn in at ShangWu primary school and right opposite St. Xavier School.
This is an education centre for environmental protection and also a recycling centre where you can bring your clean recyclables to segregate into the different bin.

Discovery Center of Taipei
In December 2002, the Taipei City Archives in the Administrating Building was renamed the Discovery Center of Taipei. Taipei City Government designated it as a modern stage for “citizens,” “cities,” “interactive dialogue with visitors,” and “presenting achievements of city construction. “It is responsible for social education, the promulgation of civil politics, and the promotion of the city. This center exhibits the city’s technology, history, humanity, art, and ecology. Through various perceptive and interactive displays, visitors are introduced to the development of Taipei City.
 

Taipei 101 Tower
Taipei 101 is Taiwan’s tallest skyscraper with 509 meters tall. Situated in Xinyi District near Taipei City Hall, Taipei 101 was designed by Taiwanese renowned architect Zu-Yuan Li. Taipei 101 is the landmark in Taipei City and was designed based on the Chinese lucky number 8. Comprising 101 floors, Taipei 101 has orld class fast elevators that can travel 9 floors in just 37 seconds (nearly 64.4km per hour), this elevator experience was credited one of the life changing journey.

Day 5Refuse Incineration Plant > Vigor Kobo(free pineapple cake making workshop) > Taoyuan International Airport > Hong Kong

Bali Refuse Incineration Plant
The whole plant structures are designed with exterior walls of aluminum-framed glass-panel construction. The funnel stands 150 meters in height. The plant building was designed by a teamwork led by I.M. Pei, an architect with high renowns in USA. Featured hill-shape skylights of exhibition hall, and asymmetric hill-shape arc skylights of dumping area constitute as major scenic prospects represented by the glass-panel wall of plant buildings. Refuse dumping area is located at east side of this plant, with elevation of 13 meters. Dumping trucks are arranged to get access to the dumping area en route of an elevated driveway leading to dumping gates.

Vigor Kobo
Pineapple cake is the famous cake in Taiwan. Taiwanese think it symbolizes good luck. Vigor Kobo strive to pass on China’s fine pastry culture, with all our hearts baking our cakes and pastries to perfection, giving our customers the best flavors and high-quality enjoyment.