Morning Tour

Difficulty

Easy

Distance

15km

Duration

4 hrs

Schedule

Everyday

Price

NT$1400

Introduction

We start the day with a traditional Taiwanese breakfast, and then pedal around historic streets, traditional markets, grand architecture, immaculate temples, and more! Listen to fun facts from your guide about the culture and history of the city as you go. This tour is a great way to orient yourself on your first day in the city, or see the sights if you only have a short time to visit. 

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What's Included

  • Traditional Breakfast
  • Coffee
  • Bottled Water
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Rain Poncho
  • Helmet (not required to wear)
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Guide fee

Not Included

Transportation to Starting Point

Itinerary

  • Traditional Breakfast Eatery- We begin our ride with an included and hearty breakfast of danbing, dumplings, youtiao, soy milk, scallion pancakes, sesame cakes, and many more traditional breakfast foods.
  • ShuangLian- Morning Market- A traditional street market where locals come to buy produce, meats, clothes, and other necessities.
  • WunChang Temple- A Daoist temple dedicated to a deity of culture and literature that is nestled inside the morning market
  • CKS Memorial Hall- A grandiose memorial dedicated to the former leader of Taiwan and the Chinese Nationalist Party. Stay and watch the changing of the guards!
  • Jing Fu (East) Gate- Reconstructed east gate of the wall that once enclosed the capital city.
  • Presidential Office Building- Built by the colonial Japanese, this building now serves as the office of Taiwan's president.
  • Ximending - The "Times Square" of Taipei, this pedestrian shopping haven is one of the city's culture centers, hosting a massive variety of fashion clothing shops, eclectic restaurants, clubs, and bars.
  • Danshui Riverside Bikeway- Spacious and scenic bike path along an expansive river with open skyline views.
  • Longshan Temple- The most famous, and arguably the most alluring, temple in Taipei.
  • DiHua Historical Street- A 19th-century riverside trading hub for herbs, medicines, dried goods, fabrics, teas, and other products. 
  • Xiahai Temple- A festive temple often visited by those seeking to improve their love life. Delicious free tea is generously offered here.
  • Taipei Bike Tours Office - We end the tour back at the starting point.

You must be 18 years of age or older, or 12 years or older and accompanied by a parent or guardian to join our tours. Please check our FAQ section for information about what to bring, wear, and much more.

Private tours are also available, simply contact us

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