The first time I traveled in Taiwan, my itinerary was not really planned. I called it as experimental travel because it’s the first country that I visited using a visa exempt policy. So, in nature, there is possibility that my entry will be denied if there is something wrong how I understand Taiwan’s policy regarding visa-exempt. But I was thankful that my first entry was smooth as I dreamed of it.
Without further ado, here are the 3-Days Itinerary that I had during my first time visit in Taiwan. Please use the itinerary as reference as the list are not necessarily in order the way I visited them. I myself checks other itineraries from other travelers but in the end, I still created my own itinerary based on budget, time frame, availability and more of my preferences. There are different reasons and considerations for my list so you can use it at your own discretion.
Day 1 – Taipei City
Wanhua District (Part 1 & Part 2)
Red House Theater
Taipei Jen-Chi Hospital
[Bangka] Qingshui (Chingshui) Temple
[Bangka] Mengxia (Mengjia) Longshan (Lungshan) Temple
[Bangka] Qingshan Temple (Qingshangong)
Bangka Park (Mengxia [Mengjia] Park)
Taipei City Government and City Hall
Lin Jiang (Linjian) [Tonghua] Street Night Market
Day 2 – Taipei City
Day 3 – Hualien County
Taroko National Park (Part 1 & Part 2)
Taroko National Park East Entrance Arch Gate (East Gate)
Tunnel of Nine Turns
Cihmu (Cimu) Bridge
Eternal Spring Shrine (Changchun Shrine)
Day 3 – Taipei City
3 thoughts on “3 Days – Taiwan Experimental Travel Itinerary”
That looks amazing! I’m glad your trip went off without a hitch. Did you pre-plan the trip?
Not really, I never did had a solid plan because I may not get to Taiwan if in case there is issue with visa exempt first try. But I was really glad that its all good. Currently, I am in Taiwan while writing this for my second trip in the country, this time, more places to see and to explore.
That’s great! Have enough fun for the 2 of us. Be sure to drop me a link here for the second post. 🙂
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