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Explore Taiwan with a Private Tour Package

Appreciate Taiwan’s natural beauty by taking advantage of our private tours in Taiwan at Edison Tours. Our experienced tour guides will take you on a tour around the island and visit the places you want to see.

You can choose from the private tours we offer below, but feel free to customize them to your preferences. We’ll personalize your tour to your liking, whether you want to add or remove some places and activities from your itinerary.


3 Interesting Facts About Taiwan​

Getting a custom Taiwan private tour is a great way to learn more about the island’s history and culture. But to help you get started, here are some interesting facts you should know about Taiwan.

Experience Adventure in Taiwan by Taking Advantage of Our Private Day Tours

Travel with Edison Tours and choose one of our custom private tours in Taiwan. We’ll guide you across the island and help you discover its natural beauty.

  • The Origin of Bubble Tea.

    You might have heard about or tried bubble tea before. It might even be one of your favorite go-to drinks on hot days.

    But did you know that bubble tea originated in Taiwan? The drink was created on the island in the 1980s, and its popularity spread to neighboring countries and even the Western hemisphere.

  • Drive Around the Island in a Few Hours.

    Taiwan is a relatively small island, which is why you can drive around its entirety in just 8 hours. It is also possible to reach the south of the island by high-speed train in only 2 hours.

    Because of this, it would be easier for you to visit tourist attractions all over Taiwan. You wouldn't have to spend too much time on the road, and you'll have more time appreciating the natural and man-made tourist spots on the island.

  • People Love Stinky Tofu.

    Stinky tofu is Taiwan's national dish. As shown by its name, this dish does not smell too pleasant and is described to have a strong, pungent odor. Some even say that the food smells like wet socks or blue cheese. This is the reason why this dish is typically sold on the streets instead of in restaurants.

    Despite its smell, stinky tofu is still well-loved by Taiwanese people because of its taste. This dish is made by marinating tofu in a special brine for several weeks. Vendors typically use different recipes for their brine, but it usually contains vegetables, meat , fish, and fermented milk.