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   * There are only 40 reserved participants until full
   * The free trip is only for an author, if the other authors want to participate, then they need to pay
      the additional fee NTD 1000 / USD 35.
   * Please email to IMETI if you want to reserve the seats. ( and

   Oct. 28 Half day Trip

    12:20                    Departure from Fullon Hotel      (The first boarding point)
    13:00                    HSR Taichung Station      (The second boarding point)
    13:20 ~ 14:20    National Taichung Metropolitan Opera House
    14:50 ~ 16:00    Taichung City Seaport Art Center
    16:30 ~ 17:30    Gaomei Wetlands
    17:50 ~ 18:30    Cingshuei Service Area
    19:00                    Back to Fullon Hotel

About tourist attraction in Taichung, please refer to the Taichung Travel Online(website).

HSR Taichung Station

National Taichung Metropolitan Opera House- National Taichung Metropolitan Opera House nicknamed “the Most Difficult House to Accomplish” which was designed by the internationally acclaimed Japanese architect, Toyo Ito. Drawn from the concept of the Sound Cave, Taichung Metropolitan Opera House makes the best of its streamlined, rigid silhouette by means of modern techniques and materials, and then turns itself into an active venue.

Gaomei Wetlands- The Gaomei Wetlands are located on the south side of the Dajia River Estuary in Qingshui. Over 120 species of bird have been recorded here; it is an important ecological conservation area which contains a rich variety of flora and fauna. It also offer beautiful sunsets over a unique manmade landscape, Gaomei Lighthouse, and wind turbines.

Cingshuei Service Area- Cingshuei Service Area is located in Freeway no.3 and also known as the most famous rest stop in Taiwan. It not only offers resting place for tourist, but provides the most beautiful location for people to admire.

Taichung City Seaport Art Center- The Center is located in the culturally rich town of Qingshui and built among rolling artificial hills and flat land. The overall planning of the grounds takes inspiration from the idea of “courtyard space”; the architecture design simulates the building style of southern Fu-chien, exuding humble elegance.