FERM 2010 in Taiwan

City Tour

  1. Tour Information
June 12, 2010Half-Day Tours in Taipei City
12:50 V 13:00
Pick-up at GIS NTU Convention Center, National Taiwan University.
13:40 V 14:10
Martys Shrine
An excellent example of classical Ming Dynasty architecture dedicated to the fallen war heroes of the country and an interesting hourly guard-changing ceremony.
14:30 V 17:15
National Palace Museum
The National Palace Museum houses the world's largest and most valuable collection of Chinese art treasures. There are permanent displays of ceramics, bronzes, oracle bones, porcelain, paintings, calligraphy, enamelware, jade, Ching dynasty costume, carvings, and cabinets, as well as temporary exhibitions of other items.
17:35 V 17:50
Presidential Square (pass by). Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
The architecture of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is inspired by Tientam in Beijing. As a whole, the colors of blue, white and red express the National Flag and the spirit of freedom, equality and brotherhood.
18:00Drop-off at GIS NTU Convention Center, National Taiwan University.
  1. Tour Fare: Price per person $40.00 USD

Fare Included:
Transportations marked on the itinerary
English speaking tour guide
All the tickets of sightseeing spots showed on the itinerary
Insurance: 2 million NTD for travel industry liability insurance /
30,000 NTD for accident medical insurance

To join, please return the registration form (contained in your registration package) to the conference registration site by 6:00 pm, June 10 (Thursday) and pay the fare in NT dollars cash.