In Taiwan, the cherry blossom season starts in the first quarter of the year. It's the most anticipating and beloved flowering season across the island, drawing tens of thousands of visitors every year. Apart from well-known cherry blossom spots like Alishan in Chiayi, Wuling Farm in Taichung, and Sun Moon Lake in Nantou, Taipei also stands as a dreamy destination for cherry blossom viewing.
On this tour, you will explore Taipei's renowned cherry blossom hotspots, adding an unforgettable touch to your Taiwan travel experience. The exquisite garden at Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall boasts a diverse array of cherry blossom trees, offering inspiration for gardening enthusiasts. Meanwhile, Yangmingshan National Park displays an abundance of cherry blossoms alongside a variety of seasonal flowers. At Tamsui Tian Yuan Temple, the enchanting cherry blossoms create a dreamy spring ambiance you won't want to leave.
Additionally, your day tour includes a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf, where you can bask in the mesmerizing glow of the sunset, adding an extra layer of beauty to your cherry blossom experience. Sign up for this seasonal tour and get ready to venture on a romantic expedition!
Gather with your tour guide and driver at Exit 2 of MRT Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station in the morning, marking the start of your incredible floral adventure!
Your cherry blossom day tour begins at the impressive Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, a monument in memory of the late President Chiang Kai-shek.
Besides the grandeur of the main hall, the refined Chinese garden surrounding the structure boasts a rich array of cherry blossom trees and various plants. Through its seasonal displays of a diverse assortment of flowers and plants, this garden serves as an inspiring haven for gardening enthusiasts and an exceptional destination to appreciate cherry blossoms. Whether you are simply a flower lover or gifted with green fingers, this place promises to kindle your creativity.
After your exploration of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, your next stop is Yangmingshan National Park. Because of its proximity to Taipei City, Yangmingshan National Park is often referred to as “the backyard of Taipei City’s residents.
Recognized as Taiwan’s third established national park, this site is renowned for its volcanic landscapes and abundant natural greenery. Across the seasons, the park undergoes remarkable changes as floral displays and plant life evolve, presenting visitors with a unique experience in each season. Yangmingshan National Park stands among the first to welcome the blooming of cherry blossom trees, painting the park in romantic shades of pink from early February to early March.
After a lunch break, your tour continues with a visit to Tamsui Tian Yuan Temple, renowned as the prime destination for cherry blossom viewing in New Taipei City.
Around the temple, numerous cherry blossom trees grace the area, crafting the most picturesque scene of the season. Beneath the blooming cherry trees, the fluttering petals create a mesmerizing sight that will leave you breathless, filling your eyes and spirit with immense joy from its sheer beauty. Remember to capture this romantic and serene moment by taking some photos!
As the tour concludes, Fisherman’s Wharf awaits, celebrated for its delectable seafood, scenic ferry rides, and captivating sunset vistas. This spot is a photographer’s haven, especially with the enchanting sunset casting its radiant hues over Lover’s Bridge, leaving an unforgettable impression.
At the end of the tour, you have the option to be dropped off at one of three locations: Tamsui Old Street, offering various local foods and opportunities to pick up souvenirs; Shihlin Night Market, a renowned Taipei night market with a wide array of street foods and clothing shops; or MRT Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station.
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