Just in case you need a reference itinerary for your trip in Taiwan, here's the original itinerary I prepared prior to our travel. We had to skip some of the attractions due to lack of time, so there's a minimal change in the actual itinerary. Travel time in this itinerary is based on my research and google maps. I will be posting a separate post for the actual itinerary with the actual travel time so you can plan your trip better.
I was looking for a slogan of Leyte and found this. I find it so funny and to all Pinoys out there I know you will too. And for some, the first thing they'll do is to search for the funny slogan of their province! I did! (LOL)
Travel Date: November 28 – December 1, 2015 (Saturday - Tuesday)
If you are superstitious and a believer, don't leave Ngong Ping 360 without making a wish at the Bodhi Wishing Shrine. You won't miss it as it's situated just under the Bodhi Tree on the way to the Big Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery.
Laoag, Ilocos Norte is further north from Vigan and can be traveled via public vehicle in approximately 2 hours. If you are planning on visiting Vigan, make sure to visit Laoag and Pagudpud, the Boracay of the North.
Like most International Airports, Taoyuan also has a complete array of transportation choices to get to your desired destination. There’s the THSR shuttle bus routes network connecting the airport, Novotel Hotel, and THSR stations; providing comfortable, convenient, low-cost and practical transportation option for travelers. There’s also a taxi and a pre-arranged car services. It just depends if you want convenience more than price or adventure more than the convenience.