Great Holidays are measured in great moments and Chan Brothers Travel has been at the forefront in the business of creating delightful tour experiences that keep our customers returning time and again. Truth be told, owing that dream holiday is not exactly a walk in the park; hence we are making it a breeze for you and here is how we do it.
Nothing screams personalization more than the different programs specially catered for your travelling party. Be it family travllers, theme park enthusiasts, nature lovers, history buffs or foodies, we have something for everyone. There really is no reason why you or your family should have to compromise.
Taiwan is one of the top hot spring destinations in the world with the greatest variety of hot spring. Soothe your skin and relax your muscles with a therapeutic hot spring bath. Pamper yourself further in the comfort of your own private hot spring facility within the comfort of your own room.
Why settle for a short day trip when you could be spending the night at the picturesque Sun Moon Lake, crowned as one of the 8 wonders of Taiwan. How about taking it up a notch with an exclusive overnight stay at Leofoo Resort Guanshi, Asia’s 1st safari-themed resort without shelling out optional top up fees?
Dine like the locals do. We believe that food sums up a country’s culture, hence we only serve you 100% authentic Taiwanese meals throughout your tour for standard tours. Feast on Yilan 3 treasures speciality, traditional bamboo rice and nostalgic Taiwanese cuisine. Your appetite’s the limit
Our exclusively arranged experiences aim to offer you a deeper insight to Taiwan. Relish the exquisite sunrise viewing experience at Mt Hehuan, one of Taiwan’s highest Mountains, savour a traditional local farm-style dish while enjoying a unique wedding ceremony at renowned Jingliao Old Street, and also spend the night at an adventure themed hotel.
We prefer you spend your time in eager anticipation than on tenterhooks about your tour confirmation. With a wide selection of partnering airlines and comprehensive itineraries with over 1,000 confirmed departures at any point in time to choose from, you get better reassurance of your holiday. With numerous awards from accredited tourism bodies and airlines, you know you have made the right choice.
People suffering from chronic disease such as heart disease, lung disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other obstructions of the circulatory system should enter the baths in accordance with a doctor’s instructions.
Crowded public areas such as markets and public transport hubs are often targeted by pickpockets and occasionally even bag snatchers. In these areas, expats should be careful not to carry valuable items in open bags and should wear bags in the front of their body rather than on their back. Bag snatching from motorcycles also happens occasionally. The usual rules of travel apply – keep photocopies of passports and other important documents in a safe place and, if possible, carry the photocopies themselves in place of the original documents.
There seems to be an about 50/50 chance that any given restaurant you go to will take a credit card. When credit cards are accepted, it appears that Visa, MasterCard, JCB and ChinaPay are all fairly common. However do prepare enough cash when you go on a shopping-spree in Ximending. Some small vendors do not accept credit cards.
To minimize the usage of plastic bags, the Taipei City government then began promoting "reusable garbage bags," which could serve as temporary shopping bags beforehand and are distributed at partnered supermarkets and convenience stores. So bring your own ecologically friendly shopping bag. Go green!
Extensive warning systems, from television broadcasts to official stop-work orders, keep people indoors during typhoons and normally leave Taiwan with few storm-related deaths compared to less prepared China and the Philippines. Taiwan has very good warning system, so there’s no need to worry about the dangers of any tropical storm
July tends to be the hottest and wettest month of the year for Taiwan, but as long as you stay hydrated and take it easy when it gets too hot, July is a great time to visit this subtropical/tropical island and you can enjoy many fun events that define summer in Taiwan. Summer season can be very hot, you recommended to drink lots of water. Bring along sun block lotion, hats and caps for protection.
The standard electrical current used in Taiwan is 110 volts at 60 cycles. The electrical sockets used are similar to those used in United States and Canada. Appliances from Singapore will need an adaptor or a voltage transformer.
All tourists will get to enjoy free Wi-Fi service, iTaiwan, provided by Taiwan Tourism Bureau. Simply register at the Taoyuan International Airport upon arrival. Registration can also be done prior to the date of travelling. Activating the Wi-Fi can be done at any tourist service centres.