Meals are included as listed in your itinerary. We strive to arrange meals that highlight authentic, regional cuisine in clean, local establishments.
Like the island itself, Taiwanese cuisine is a patchwork of cultural flavor, with culinary influences from all over the region.
Part of being a good host in Taiwan is making sure your guests are full, so when you’ve had enough you should politely decline any more food (you may have to persist) while leaving some food on your plate. A clean bowl means you are still hungry.
Remember to rest your chopsticks beside or atop your bowl, never vertically stuck into your food. This is considered rude, as is drinking directly from your bowl.
Water in Taiwan is usually served hot, warm or at room temperature. Cold water – especially ice water – is thought to be bad for the stomach and hinder digestion. If you prefer to drink cold water with your meal, you can specify this to your waiter or WildTaiwan guide. Restaurants in larger cities will be able to accommodate this request
easily, but please understand that this might not be possible in more remote areas.
Allergies and dietary restrictions
If you have any allergies or dietary restrictions , please inform your travel designer as early as possible. We recommend that anyone with severe allergies consult their doctor prior to traveling and bring all necessary medicine with them.