Fun Taipei: Why your next holiday should be in Taiwan
Taipei, and basically the whole Taiwan is worth putting on any traveller's bucket list. If you're a foodie, it's all the more reason to visit Taiwan.
In partnership with China Airlines, Taiwan tourism board showcased Taiwan's highlights including two-starred Michelin Chef Andre Chiang at a press conference in Singapore.
Some of my favourite snacks in Taiwan are the pineapple cakes and we even got to sample some. So if you're like me and pineapple cakes are enough to tempt you to go to Taiwan, do check out the Fun Taipei 3D2N special promotions like buy one get one night stay at Gaia Hotel and Horizon Inn, saving you money to buy more Taiwanese snacks! Or if you're planning for a wedding, you could even get a photography session for as little as $300!
In collaboration with China Airlines, the Taipei City Government is launching an attractive 3D2N free-and-easy package SGD 545 up / per person (tax included) together with 14 local agents, created with the Singaporean foodie in mind. Foodies can now go on a hunt to discover Taipei’s “Five Distinct Flavours” – Classic Taiwan Tastes, Everyday Aromas, Hotpot Hotspots, Refreshing Sweet Treats, and Gifts To-Go.
Complete with a food guide to make the trip hassle-free and customizable to one’s itinerary, the package also includes over S$2,000 worth of goodies, including dining and retail vouchers at some of Taipei’s most popular eateries, such as One Piece Restaurant, the only themed café outside of Japan created after the popular Anime character – One Piece; and Ice Monster, a local favourite lauded by CNN as the Top 10 Dessert Spots to Visit in the World.
What is more, the package also includes shopping vouchers, as well as preferred hotel room rates across 21 boutique brands such as The Gaia Hotel and the U Hotel Taipei.
This latest tour package was launched today at an event graced by Chef André Chiang of award-winning Restaurant André in Singapore and Restaurant RAW in Taipei.
For more information on FUN TAIPEI, please visit http://www.travel.taipei.