Taipei City Tour with National Palace Museum Ticket
Type: Day Tours in Taipei
Departs From: Taipei
Meeting Point: Hotel pick-up from downtown Taipei City hotels
Duration: 3 hours
Available: daily at 08:30; 13:30
Product Code: 2540
This tour affords a glimpse of how Taiwanese people live, work, and play. It includes a visit to the grandiose CKS MEMORIAL HALL, in downtown Taipei to pay homage to the late President Chiang Kai-Shek; MARTYRS' SHRINE, to see an excellent example of classical Ming Dynasty architecture dedicated to the fallen war heroes of the country and an interesting hourly guard-changing ceremony; NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM, which houses the world's largest and most valuable collection of Chinese art treasures--There are permanent displays of ceramics, bronzes, oracle bones, porcelain, paintings, calligraphy, enamelware, jade, Ching dynasty costume, carvings, and cabinets, as well as temporary exhibitions of other items; a traditional TEMPLE; and HANDICRAFT CENTER for a look at colorful Taiwanese craftsmanship.
- Presidential Building (pass by)
- Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
- Martyrs' Shrine
- Traditional Taiwanese Temple
- National Palace Museum
- Handicraft Center
- Air-conditioned coach
- English speaking tour guide
- Entrance ticket to National Palace Museum
- Local Travel Insurance
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off at downtown Taipei City hotels
- Meals and Drinks (unless specified)
- Tips and Gratuities
- Personal Expenses
- Optional Activity Costs
Price per adult $38.00
Price per child $31.00
Departs daily at 08:30; 13:30
- Prices are per person
- Child prices are valid for children ages 11 and below.
REGINA R., Guatemala
great! They were on time. great tours!!! Thanks.
Elaine B., United Kingdom
If going to Taipei worth doing. The Museum was great but very busy with large parties who tend to be rather rude when they want to view items so be prepared.
"Tour seemed a little rushed particularly in the National Museum. Tour guide was good as he knew his information. We also did the Northern Coast tour to Yehliu Park. The guide was terrible - gave very little commentary and had no knowledge of many of questions we asked. I would recommend the tour but only with another guide. Thank you. "
GRACE H., Canada