Day 1: Taipei – Sun Moon Lake
Pick up from hotel－by bus to Nantou－Puli (a cultural and artistic town)－Sun Moon Lake－lake bus tour－Wen Wu Temple－Ita Thao Indigenous Village－Ci-en Pagoda－Xuanzang Temple－Sun Moon Lake
Overnight at: Fleur de Chine, Sun Moon Lake (breakfast included)
Day 2: Sun Moon Lake – Alishan – Chiayi
Sun Moon Lake－by bus to Alishan via New Central Cross Island Highway and Yushan National Park－Alishan National Scenic Area－Forest Tour – a walking tour through forest to visit Sisters Ponds, Shou-Chen Temple, and the fallen giant Sacred Tree－Enbus for Chiayi－Chiayi City
Overnight at: Nice Prince Hotel, Chiayi (breakfast included)
Day 3: Chiayi – Taipei
Chiayi－Southern Branch of National Palace Museum－Enbus for Taipei
- Puli: The people of Nantou county in central Taiwan are proud of the natural beauty of Puli, a small town at the geographical heart of the island. The town is famous for its “four Ws”: weather, water, women, and wine.
- Sun Moon Lake: The poetically lake is the most famous lake attraction in Taiwan. With over 100 square kilometers, the lake got its name because the northern part of it has the shape of the sun and the southern part of it has the shape of crescent moon (those two parts are separated by Lalu Island). “Autumn Moon Scene of the Sun Moon Lake” is considered as the most attractive 12 sights in Taiwan.
- Alishan: Alishan is famous throughout the island and parts of Southeast Asia for its forest recreation. A leisurely half-day stroll along forested paths allows visitors to take in Alishan’s other attractions. The enchanting Sisters Ponds are two small pools (one with a wooden bridge and pavilion) named for two lovelorn aborigine sisters who drowned themselves there. Another attraction is the Three-Generation Trees – one growing out of another, and a third from the second.