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Planning trip to Taiwan

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Planning trip to Taiwan

Postby migueluuu » 21 Jan 2016, 22:13

Hello everyone,

I am planning to go to Taiwan with my family in 2 months, but I don't much about this country. I am looking for a concierge service in the country. Usually when I travel to Paris, this is what I use to have the best experience of the city, to be far away from traditional touristic paths. To give you and idea, here are the service that they provide :

I hope somebody can help me,

Thank you very much,
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Re: Planning trip to Taiwan

Postby hannes » 21 Jan 2016, 23:06

That's an interesting question. Never heard of a service like that in Taiwan. I am sure there are tour operators who can offer customized tours for individuals, but they are probably not as specialized and professional as those folks in Paris. Of course, I could be wrong. :)
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Re: Planning trip to Taiwan

Postby Gonzalez » 07 Mar 2016, 16:07

Interesting info. Thank you!
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Re: Planning trip to Taiwan

Postby finley » 07 Mar 2016, 16:26

I am sure there are tour operators who can offer customized tours for individuals, but they are probably not as specialized and professional as those folks in Paris.

There are indeed such tour operators - we hired one years ago for a family trip to Hualian - but their PR sucks. The guys we had were awesome, but they only spoke Chinese, and I have absolutely no idea where the GF found them. Word-of-mouth, IIRC. Basically, you'd need a concierge service to find a concierge service.
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