Travel Information


About Taichung

Taichung has a pleasant climate and environment and an average temperature of 22.4℃. Taichung is endowed with a rich history and beautiful natural scenery. It also offers well-priced culinary delights, assorted shopping areas and arts performances, making it well worth a visit.

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2018 Taichung World Flora Exposition

Taichung World Flora Exposition will take place from November 3, 2018 to April 24, 2019. Comprising venues in Houli, Waipu and Fengyuan, the exposition advocates a brand new definition of GNP, Green, Nature and People. Houli expo site encompasses Houli Horse Ranch and the Forest Park, highlighting ecological conservation as well as the beauty of history found in old trees and the century-old horse ranch. Yongfeng Park in Waipu features production in a natural setting promoted as the homeland of flower and fruits. Huludun Park in Fengyuan, on the other hand, illustrates the joy of life in the riverbank flora city that is also known for its pastry culture. For more information, please refer to this website.

The Fengjia Night Market
The Fengjia Night Market was established in 1963 and is Taichung's largest and most popular night market; For many it is probably even Taiwan's most favorite market. The area provides an assortment of shops to browse through which have Food/drink stands, clothing stores, restaurants, games to play and most notably, lots of snacks to please any palate. Fengjia Night Market has tied with Keelung's Miaokou Night Market for first place, in terms of taste in a competition judged by a committee organized by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. For more information, please refer to this website.

Asia University Museum of Modern Art
Flowers are continuous reminders that there is beauty in every season. They grow and decay, emphasizing that no living thing is apart from the circle of life. With their quiet strength and fragile beauty, flowers have always been a popular subject in many forms of art. Flowers are generally made up of petals, stem, leaves, and roots. Through visually dissecting this basic flower form, we see its elements reflected in art— dots, lines, and blocks of color that form the basis of drawing, painting, and sculpture, their varying shapes and colors inspiring limitless creations. For more information, please refer to this website.

Park Lane by CMP
This is Park Lane by CMP. We have fashion, lifestyle, aromatherapy, dining and culture elements. We hold arts exhibitions occasionally. You can find infinite inspirations, find the ones you prefer in your mind and wait for them to grow. You can buy daily goods and find inspirations here. We welcome you here and hope you have a great day when you come. For more information, please refer to this website.

National museum of natural science
National Museum Of Natural Science is located in Taichung City. The Museum had its grand opening in 1986. So far, the museum has four multi-media theaters for different subjects, including Space Theater, Birdview Theater, Three-dimensional Theater and Environment Theater. For more information, please refer to this website.

National Taiwan museum arts
The Taiwan Museum of Art, which opened in 1988, has a total of 24 exhibition halls. The museum regularly holds exhibitions of Western art, Chinese brush paintings, and sculpture, and has its own collection of valuable pieces of art. Residents can relax in the garden outside the museum. For more information, please refer to this website.

About Taiwan

Taiwan lies on the western edge of the Pacific "rim of fire," and continuous tectonic movements have created majestic peaks, rolling hills and plains, basins, coastlines, and other natural landscapes. Taiwan's tropical, sub-tropical, and temperate climates provide clear differentiation between the different seasons. There are rare or endangered species of wildlife on the island. Among these are the land-locked salmon, Taiwan serow, Formosan rock monkey, Formosan black bear, blue magpie, Mikado pheasant, and Hsuehshan grass lizard.

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Taiwan enjoys warm weather all year round. Weather conditions fluctuate during spring and winter, while in summer and autumn the weather is relatively stable. Taiwan is extremely suitable for traveling, as the annual average temperature is a comfortable 22 degrees Celsius with the lowest temperatures on the lowlands generally ranging from 12 to 17 degrees Celsius (54-63 Fahrenheit).

Spring Summer Fall Winter
March to May
(raining season )
June to August
( hot and humid)
September to November
December to February
(cold and humid)


Local Specialties

With a reputation of being a tea empire, Taiwan has topography and climate that are perfect for growing tea plants. There are many varieties of tea available in Taiwan; among these, Wenshan Baozhong Tea, Dongding Oolong (Wulong) Tea, Pekoe Oolong (Baihao Wulong) Tea, and Tie Guanyin are the four mainstream teas.

Pineapple Cake
Pineapple is widely grown here in Taiwan, which is also known for producing canned pineapple, pineapple drinks, and pineapple jams. Pineapple is also made into pineapple cake, with the pineapple's sweet and sour taste mingling with the loose, soft outer skin that seems to melt in your mouth.

Sun Cakes
During the early in Taiwan, Taichung baker Wei Ching-hai improved on a traditional malt cake to create the sun cakes known today. Sun cakes ensconce a malt sugar filling in a golden pastry shell that is formed into a flat round shape approximately the size of a palm for convenient eating. The name comes from their sun-like shape.

Taiwan uses electric current of 110 volts at 60 cycles, appliances from Europe, Australia or South-East Asia will need an adaptor or transformer. Many buildings have sockets with 220 volts especially for the use of air conditioners.

Service Charge&Tax
Service charge is customary charge 10% in hotel or restaurant. For guidelines on how to file taxes as a foreigner, please refer to this website.

Emergency-Useful Phone Numbers
Emergency Numbers(Free Service)-Police Tel:110
Emergency Numbers(Free Service)-Fire, Ambulance Tel:119