Day 1: Taipei – Train – Hualien – East Coast National Scenic Area – Taitung
Day 2: Taitung – East Rift Valley – Hualien
East Rift Valley (luye Gaotai – Mr. Brown Avenue – Taitung’s Takeshi Kaneshiro tree – Matai’an Wetland Ecological Park
Day 3: Hualien – Taroko Gorge – Jiaoxi
Taroko National Park – Swallow Grotto – Changchun Temple – Tianxiang – Qingshui Cliff – Jiaoxi
Day 4: Jiaoxi – Taipei
National Center for Traditional Arts – King Car Kavalan Distillery – King Car Yuanshan Orchid Garden
- East Coast National Scenic Area: The East Coast National Scenic Area, known as “Taiwan’s last unspoiled land,” stretches 170 kilometers down the east coast of the island from the mouth of the Hualien River in the north to Xiaoyeliu (Little Yeliu) in the south.
- Amis Folk Center: The Amis Folk Center is located next to the Duli Tourist Center of the East Coast Scenic Area Tourism Bureau. The area is about 2 hectares in size, including an outdoor performance square and a lookout that can hold two thousand people at a time.
- East Rift Valley: The East Rift Valley is a long, narrow valley flanked by the Central Mountain Range to the west and the Coastal Mountain Range to the east. This is where the Eurasian and the Philippine tectonic plates collide, resulting in the creation of many fault lines.
- Luye Gaotai: Luye Gaotai, a highland at elevation of 350 meters. The unique geographical conditions offer an ideal location for tea cultivation, and paragliding.
- Mr. Brown Avenue & Taitung’s Takeshi Kaneshiro tree: Mr. Brown Avenue is famous for the TV commercial of Mr. Brown Coffee(a local coffee brand). The “avenue” is a single lane pathway in the middle of the green paddy fields. T
- Matai’an Wetland Ecological Park: Matai’an Wetland Ecological Park is located at the foot of Masi Mountain, which is the biggest natural wetland in Hualien and also the traditional homeland of the Ami people.