Departure Time：PM 13:00~14:00
Departure Point：Hotel lobby
Duration： 4 Hours
Tour Stops ：
( 1 ) Sansia Zushih Temple：Sanhsia, about 22 KM southwest to
, is a bustling town with narrow, winding streets and brick buildings at least a century old. The main attraction is the Tsushin (Divine Ancestor)
, built in honor of Sung Dynasty loyalist, Cheng Chao-ying. This temple was in ruins at the end of World War II, and a meticulous restoration project has been underway for some forty years. The temple is known for its intricately carved stone and bronze columns and statues, carved stone lions, camphor wood carvings, and exquisite bronze bas-reliefs.
( 2 ) Sansia Old Street：Traditional houses of local people.
( 3 ) Yingko Pottery Factory and Showroom：A short trip to the lush countryside southwest of Taipei brings you to Yingko where hand-painted replicas of elegant Ming (1368-1644) and Ching (1644-1911) vases are produced. The small town is Taiwan's pottery center and its narrow streets are lined with shops selling everything from earthenware tea sets to delicate statues.
( 4 ) Yingko Ceramics Street：The pottery old street is positioned in the cross of Zhong-zhen Rd. and Jianshanpu St. The Zhong-zhen first Rd. and Zhong-shan Rd. with pottery shops located is the commercial center of Yingge pottery shops as well as the old street. The shops which sell and produce potteries get together closely. In the "Pottery Festival" during summer vacation, the abundance and the diversity of pottery is revealed through dynamic demonstration, exhibition, and multi-media introduction. Sometimes people can do the pottery themselves and experience the pleasant.
Bus transportation, Mandarin/English speaking tour guide, tickets and travel insurance
Lunch & dinner, tips and any personal expenses