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Taiwan - One Week

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I am going to Taiwan with my boyfriend from a Saturday to a Saturday in July.

I was hoping for some suggestions on how much of the island do you think we could fit in? I really want to explore it as it seems like an amazing country. At the minute we are thinking of 2 days Taipei, then travelling down to Kaohsiung so we can cycle down to the southern tip of the island for 2 days before travelling back up to Hualien and visiting Taroko Gorge.

I would like to see Sun Moon Lake area as well if possible.

What do people think? Is this feasible or am I trying to squeeze too much in? Any itinerary suggestions are much appreciated relating to these places or to anything else you think worth seeing. Basically me and my boyfriend love being outdoors, exploring and food ! We want as real as an experience as possible.

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    Sorry I couldn't make an itinerary which includes the places you mention but I hope this one could help you

    Day1 Taoyuan International Airport→Alishan
    (1)Car hire:$6000NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 4.5 hours
    (2)Take bus bound to Taoyuan THSR Station at Taoyuan Airport→(take THSR) Chiayi THSR Station→(take Taiwan Pass Alishan Route) →Alishan

    Day2 Alishan→Kenting
    (1)Car hire:$6700-8000NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 6 hours
    (2)Alishan→(take Taiwan Pass Alishan Route) →Chiayi Train Station→→Fangliao Station→(take King Bus) →Kenting

    Day3 Hengchun→Mobitou Park→Bai Sha Beach→ Fongchueisha→ Longpan Grassland→Eluanbi→Hualien
    (1)Car hire:$3000-6000NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 8 hours for one-day charter
    $6000-10000NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 4 hours from Kenting to Hualien
    (2)Take King Bus to Fangliao Train Station→Hualien Train Station

    Day4 Taroko National Park→Qingshui Cliff→Chihsingtan Beach→Jiqiang Night Market
    (1)Car hire:$2500-3300NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 8 hours
    (2)Car Rental or Taxi

    Day5 Pine Garden→YingYang Sea→Golden Waterfall→Jiufen
    (1)Car hire:$2500-3300NTD (4-seater car), it takes about 8 hours
    (2)Take Train to Rueifang Station and take Keelung Bus to Jiufen

    Day6 Houtong→Jingtong Old Street→Pingxi Old Street→Shifen Old Street
    (1)Car Hire: $3600-4000NTD (4-seater car) for 8 hours
    *Search DingTaxi for car hire
    (2)Taipei Train Station→Ruifang Train Station→(get off at Ruifang Train Station and buy ticket for Pingxi Line($52NTD) →(take train bound to Jingtong)Houtong Station→Jingtong Station→Pingxi Station→Shifen Station

    Day7 Taipei→Taoyuan International Airport
    (1)Car Hire: $1000-1400NTD (4-seater car) for 1 hour
    *Search DingTaxi for car hire
    (2)Take King Bus 1819 to Taoyuan Airport at East Highway Bus Terminal or take Air Bus 2060 to Taoyuan Airport at City Hall Highway Bus Terminal

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