Dirk is right, visiting Kavalan has nothing to do with visiting distilleries in Scotland or Ireland. The venue is modern and huge (more like a park actually). The mega-restaurant serves very good (Chinese) food and coffee of Mr. Brown (owned by King Car company as well) with repeating modern jazz music in the background. Self-guided tours at any given time are available watching the continuous and pot stills behind glass. Once a day (11.00 AM) a English guided tour is available. In the distillery shop you are able to buy all kinds of different expressions, including distillery reserves on rum, madeira and peaty casks. Most of them you are able to buy in the exclusive Kavalan shops in the main cities of Taiwan as well. A nice experience though.