Cheap Flights to Taiwan

Cheap Flights to Taiwan

Taiwan is an island nation known for its hot springs, mountainous terrain, and delicious cuisine. Bubble tea, a drink gaining popularity all around the world, was invented in Taiwan. Soup dumplings, oyster omelets, and beef noodle soup are favorite dishes of travelers to Taiwan. Taiwan's towns and cities lie mostly on the coastline with the center of the island made up of mountains, such as Hehuan Mountain and Ali Mountain.

Flights to Taiwan

Many travelers who fly to Taiwan arrive at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE). This airport serves the city of Taipei as well as other northern areas of the island. TPE has several restaurants and boutiques and a 24-hour convenience store onsite. The airport features art exhibitions and display windows on Taiwan as well. Other facilities at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) include a currency exchange and lounges.

TPE is equipped with wheelchair lanes and wide ramps, making it an accessible airport for those with special needs. Transportation methods from TPE include taxi, car rental, bus, and shuttle. Skytrain and shuttle bus provides transportation between terminals at the airport. The average cost of a taxi to downtown Taipei from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is $32.

Another airport available for travelers who need to fly to Taiwan is Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH). The airport is located in the city of Kaohsiung toward the southern end of Taiwan. KHH has a nursery where mothers can tend to their infants in privacy. The airport also offers services for the disabled, luggage storage, a VIP lounge, and a currency exchange. There is a business center at Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH) as well. Transportation options from the airport include car rental, taxi, bus, metro, and high-speed rail. The average cost of a taxi from KHH to downtown Kaohsiung is $10.

Attractions in Taiwan

Sun Moon Lake is a major attraction in Taiwan because of its unique characteristics. The eastern side of Sun Moon Lake looks like the sun whereas the western side resembles a moon. Another interesting fact about the lake is that it surrounds the tiny island of Lalu. The aboriginal tribe Thao live at Sun Moon Lake. Taiwan also boasts an abundance of hot springs where visitors can relax. Some great hot springs to visit include Maolin in Kaohsiung County, Green Island, and Beitou in Taipei.

Three major cities in Taiwan are Taipei, Kaohsiung, and Taichung. Taipei is a popular city for shopping, night markets, and street food. A 1,670-foot tall skyscraper, Taipei 101, is a major attraction in the city. It has upscale shops on the lower levels and an observatory at the top. Taichung, where Sun Moon Lake is located, is on the western end of central Taiwan. The Central Mountain Range borders Taichung on the eastern side of the city.

Travel Tips for Taiwan

Every year, Taiwan holds the Taiwan Lantern Festival, a major annual event in the country. In celebration, the Taiwanese people light symbolic sky lanterns and have ceremonies with firecrackers. You will find a wide range of Taiwanese, Chinese, and Indian cuisine in Taipei. Several American, European, and French restaurants are located in Kaohsiung.

The climate in northern Taiwan is subtropical, whereas southern Taiwan has a tropical climate. In general, winters are warm and summers are hot, reaching highs in the mid-90s. Taiwan also has a cooling breeze that comes from the ocean. Traveling couples should keep in mind that the Taiwanese don't show affection publicly. If you go to a hot spring in Taiwan, bring a shower cap and be prepared to be separated by gender.

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