Exotic Theme Parks & Activities

Leo Foo Village

The Leofoo Village Theme Park is a theme park and a safari located in Guanxi Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. It features three roller coasters, including an inverted shuttle coaster, Screaming Condor, an Intamin twist-and-turn coaster dubbed Sahara Twist, as well as a Vekoma Roller Skater (335m) in the Wild West section of the park, Little Rattler, themed to an old mining railway. There is also the Nairobi Express, a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge[1] railway built by Severn Lamb. The park features many other attractions of different styles and proper themed areas.

Taiwan Aborigines Village

Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village was established in 1986; total area is 62 hectares. The culture village features aboriginal cultures, combining tourism, culture and educational functions. It is located in Yuchi, Nantou County, near Sun Moon Lake. The culture village has made great efforts in updating the amusement facilities and services and has shown the vigorous spirits of the aboriginal tribes.
Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village has five theme parks: the European Gardens, the Aladdin Plaza, the Aboriginal Villages, Amusement Isle and Ti Ka Er Rainforest. Amusement facilities in these five theme parks include joy ride, cultural square, artistic fountain, museums, 3-D theater, aboriginal dance show, etc. The Culture Village is entertaining and educational, perfect for families on holidays.

E-Da Theme Park

An integration of Greek-style environment consisting of major attractions like The ancient Greek temple, The blue and white city of Santorini with an imagination of being at the Aegean Sea and The Trojan castle. It has a pristine atmosphere with a touch of breathtaking elements. It has the largest entertainment theatre and the biggest indoor recreation center in Taiwan. Enjoy the country's first roller coaster ride in a complete pitch-black surrounding, watch the charming magical water show, see the soaring erupting volcano show and the spectacular view from the biggest ferris wheel in Taiwan. A place where dreams comes alive. A place of laughter and hope. An exciting adventure that will definitely stimulate your senses.

Hualien Farglory Ocean Park

This 51-hectare facility is Taiwan's first theme Park focusing on the marine ecology, and the only one that combines a theme park with a nature park and a five-star Victorian-style resort hotel. One of the strongest draws of the park is its sea mammal performances, which allow visitors to get up close with dolphins and sea lions.

National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium

National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium, located in Checheng Township, Pingtung Country, on the north-west corner of Kenting National Park, foothill face to the sea of Guishan Mountain, alongside both mountain and sea, aims to preserve intact island and ocean ecology enviroment. All service and exhibition areas are about more than 60 hectares, and the main facilities can be divided into 3 parts. Waters of Taiwan: Travel with a little drop, learning the water ecology from high mountains through rivermouths to the sea in Taiwan, and to see the whale shark, the biggest fish in the world. Coral Kingdom Pavilion: Housing an 80 meter underwater tunnel, the exhibit presents varied coral reef ecology in South China Sea. Waters of the World: Showing on the Earth extremely ancient, lofty, deep and cold ocean ecology topics, wherein the most characteristic part is the 10-meter-high acrylic viewing window of the Giant Kelp Tank, which is the highest in the world. In addition, the penguins from the South Pole and the belugas from the North Pole raised in the museum are especially popular with visitors. The various displays, fun science education activities, and sleepover tours all make this visit to marine creatures which is full of both knowledge and sensations an amazing exploration.

Taipei Zoo

The Taipei Zoo is the largest city zoo in Asia. Upon entering the grounds, you will find an extremely popular panda facility on your left. If you can't find the cute pandas, don't worry; they're probably sunning themselves! Next, take the visitors' tram. Listen to the recorded guide as he takes you along to the bird sanctuary, the Amphibians and Reptile House, the Penguin House and other areas such as the Tropical, African, Australian, Desert Animal Areas. In the Insect House, it is possible to come in contact with insects up close. On holidays, explanations are given at each site. Free-guided tours are also available upon advanced reservation. And if you love animals, you can consider adopting an animal and becoming its babysitter!