China Airlines, together with Hong Kong Airlines, launches Golden Triangle Fare package
 to attract Australians to discover Sanya, Hong Kong and Taipei.
Stopover in both Hong Kong and Taiwan are permitted on the way to Sanya, Hainan.

Australians are being urged to "Discover Hainan – The Hawaii of the Far East", "Experience Hong Kong’s unique living culture" and "Let Taiwan touch your heart," as part of the new Golden Triangle Fare package designed to blend the bustling metropolis of Hong Kong, the cultural jewels of Taiwan and the Hawaii of the Far East – Sanya, Hainan.

Flying China Airlines together with Hong Kong Airlines and stopping over in both Hong Kong and Taiwan, the $ 960 package provides two nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast at the 4-star Royal Seasons Taipei in downtown Taipei, before departures to Hainan’s resort city of Sanya. The package is available for sale and for departures until March 2011 with Visa’s not required for Australian visitors to Sanya, Hainan.

The package is unparalleled in the industry, with rival offers from Cathay Pacific only providing stopovers in Hong Kong, with just one flight per day to Sanya. The Golden Triangle package flying with Hong Kong Airlines provides four flights arriving and departing per day.

Explore Taipei’s most popular landmarks, including the 509 metre Taipei 101 and the National Palace Museum and experience the best of Taipei nightlife, sampling traditional Taiwanese street-dining, night markets and a range of restaurants including the globally renowned Din-Tai-Fung. Head over to nearby Hong Kong and experience the bustling city life and world famous landmarks of one of Asia’s international cities. Visit Disneyland, eat out at some of Asia’s best restaurants and walk along the world famous harbour, taking in the imposing Hong Kong skyline.

After discovering Hong Kong and Taipei, Sanya’s attractions mix of tropical rainforest and sun-drenched beaches provide a welcome contrast to the vibrant city life of Asia’s two most exciting cities. A must see in Sanya is the Nanshan Buddhist Zone, a spiritual sanctuary located on the sparkling coast of the South China Sea. Golden temples, intricately manicured Zen gardens and the 108 metre statue of Guan Yin, the fourth tallest statue in the world, among the highlights, leaving visitors lost for words.

Hainan’s enthralling native wildlife are also on display in Sanya at Monkey Island, a secluded hideaway located in dense tropical rainforest, home to over 2000 wild monkeys. Unshackled and free-roaming, visitors can walk amongst the monkeys without restrictions.

China Airlines Sales manager Jim Wong says that this new package will give Australians the chance to discover three of Asia’s most attractive tourist destinations.

"China Airlines is proud to introduce more Australians to Hainan and reacquaint Australians to Taiwan and Hong Kong in this new package that combines the best of the three destinations."

Deputy Mayor of Sanya Li Baiqing has praised Formosa Travel and Holidays and for developing the Golden Triangle package.

"Hainan and Sanya are now becoming more well known in Australia and with this package more Australians will be eager to include Sanya as a regular holiday destination, just like Hong Kong and Taiwan."


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