Bike on the Houfeng Bikeway, followed by a day of art and music museums and the chance to make your own sun cake!
Grab a bike and ride along the 4.5km Houfeng Bikeway, complete with a thrilling tunnel
Visit Chang Lien-Cheng Saxophone Museum and National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts to get a taste of Taichung's art scene
Throw on an apron and have a go at making your own sun cake at a DIY cake class
Hotel transfers, lunch, plus all rental gear and baking equipment are included
Exercise both your physical and creative sides in the unique Houfeng Bikeway and Great Art Tour. You will start your day with a bike ride that spans 4.5km, including a 1.2km venture through a tunnel, as well a crossing over the iconic Dajia steel bridge. After a morning of intense biking, the Chang Lien-Cheng Saxophone Museum will allow you to relax and will give you an insight into the intriguing history behind one of the most loved instruments. After lunch, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts will give you time to digest its vast collection of both domestic and foreign artworks, spread out over 24 galleries. Hopefully the art museum will give you some creative inspiration for the final activity of the day: a sun cake-making class!
Pick up scheduling:
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes plus bring sun and insect protection for the biking part of the day
During Chinese New Year (28 Jan - 31 Jan 2017) there will be an extra NTD 300 service fee
You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
The voucher is valid only on the tour date and time specified
We were there on a weekday. Warm in the morning but became very chilly after 3 pm. Do bring a cardigan if you plan to be there in late afternoon. Very pleased with the ride - relaxing and scenic.
(Art Tour) - interesting, temporary exhibition, low key, not spectacular, Nice, friendly service, English audio guide, good to add some cultural aspects to a visit
(Art Tour) This museum, to which you can best walk using the calligraphers pathway through town, has art from the last century until today. In addition to various themed exhibitions you find room installations, sculptures and also amazing photography. The exhibitions are on 3 floors and there is a nice cafe on den 3rd floor as well. If you don't speak Chinese, don't worry, all descriptions are in Chinese and in English as well. Since there is a lot of very impressive art to see, take at least 3 or 4 hours for the museum if you want to see everything.