說明 Introduction

Taichung is the third largest city in Taiwan and it's history can actually traced back to the 16th century. During the past 400 years period, Taichung has passed through Qing dynasty rule and Japanese colonial era, contributing to its rich, distinctive local culture and festivals. Taichung's natural resources and diverse ethnic make-up have generated an abundance of unique local specialties, including authentic Taiwanese dishes, Hakka cuisine and international fine dining. 

Biking is the easiest way to go around the city and explore the beautiful small corners that typical tourists would not visit.

We offer you a private tour with English speaking guide who will show you the top spots of this beautiful city and all it has to offer.  Along the way, you will have a chance to try world most known Bubble Tea which has origin in Taichung and try some local delicacies as well.

Tour duration: 5 hours
English speaking guide ( other languages on request ) 


Let's take some time out of our busy lives and enjoy the thrill of speeding along in the city with the wind in our hair.


Taichung Bike & Bite Tour


  • Taichung National Theater; 

  • Painted Animation Lane: a very short alley all painted by local artists following the theme of comics and cartoons;

  • Taichung Literature Museum: the Taichung Literature Museum used to be police quarters, which were built in 1932 during the Japanese colonial period. It consists of six buildings, which are used for permanent exhibitions, themed exhibitions, children's literature, workshops and lectures, themed dining area, and administration.

  • The Taichung second market: built in 1917, is divided in 6 sections; each section was dedicated to a category. It's hexagonal design make it very special ( and easy to get lost! )
    Time for lunch in this area, don’t miss the specialities that the market has to offer, noodles, dumplings and buns
    Taichung Prefectural Hall - built in European style- which served as Taichung's City Hall for decades.

  • Miyahara:  a red-brick architecture built by Miyahara Takeo, a Japanese ophthalmology doctor in 1927. It was the largest ophthalmology clinic in Taichung during the Japanese colonial period. Today, it is an elegant place with several pastry businesses. Wonderfully restorated, the building is a place full of history and wonder.

  • Stock 20:  built in 1930, it is the former railway warehouse; now it is an exhibition space & studios for rotating resident artists. Now Stock 20 is an active artists' village.

  • Huo Feng Bikeway: a pleasant ride, and riding through the tunnel is a fun experience that you’ll never forget!

  • The National Museum of Natural Science: is one of Taichung’s most popular attractions, particularly for families with young kids.

  • Chun Shui Tang is more than a simple tea shop; it’s the spiritual home of pearl milk tea, and for any tea lover, a visit to this place is a must. You can also have a bubble tea class ( need to be booked in advance )

  • Martyr Shrine: the shrine was originally a Shinto shrine to honor Japanese heroes. After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, the Shinto shrine was reestablished and converted to a shrine that honor the National Revolutionary Army in 1970.

  • Taichung Confucius Temple is a peaceful oasis in downtown Taichung, unless you happen to be there on September 28th, Confucius’ birthday and Teachers’ Day. On that day archaic and fascinating ceremonies are celebrated

  • Yizhong market: a must-go place for shopping, food and souvenirs!  

  • The Art National museum and the Zhonxing (ghostmarket, a perfect place to take pictures! 

    ... and much more!






注意事項 Notes

Price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (other languages on request!);

  • Bike rental (Ubike);

  • Bubble tea;

  • Traditional Taiwanese meal;

  • Local snacks to try 

Price doesn't include:

  • Transport to meeting point;
  • Additional food and drink purchases;
  • Helmets (only on request)

Difficulty: Easy​
Duration6 hours
Scheduleevery day, starting at 9am
Meeting point will be defined. 

You must be 18 years of age or older, or 12 years or older and accompanied by a parent or guardian to join our rides.


What bikes do you use? We use easy to ride, 3-speed city cruisers that comfortably fit those between 140cm and 190cm. These bikes are provided by the city of Taipei's U-bike rental system. If you bring your own bicycle, please do let us know in advance.

What should I wear? Wear what's comfortable and fitting for the weather. The Taiwan sun is really strong, so protective wear is recommended on sunny days. Please don't wear baggy pants, dresses, or flip-flops.

Should I bring water? We will have a bubble tea stop, but you're welcome to bring extra water. Please remember that Taiwan, especially during the summer, can be very hot and humid, so it is important to keep hydrated.

What is the cancellation policy? Cancellation made at least 3 days in advance will receive the full amout .
Cancellation made less then 72 hours are fully  charged.

Is riding a bike in Taipei safe? Taiwan drivers are notoriously aggressive, but rest assured! Safety is our number one priority. We will be sticking to bike trails, wide sidewalks, and quiet backroads. You will be safe with us!


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For reservation and information, please contact:

Taipei City Phone + 886 2 27232188
Taichung City Phone +886 4 37001268  ext 203 for English

​✉ Email: 


For reservation and information, please contact:


Taipei City Phone + 886 2 27232188
Taichung City Phone +886 4 37001268  ext 203 for English

​✉ Email: