What are the Must-see Attractions in Taiwan?
National Palace Museum: Being one of the three major museums in China, this Palace Museum houses a large collection of nearly 700.000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks.
Taipei 101: From the observation deck on its 89 floor, you will get stunning 360-degree views of Taipei’s cityscape.
Taroko National Park: It is well known for its amazing marble canyons of Taroko Gorge, carved by the Liwu River, as well as the tunnel of nine turns and stunning landscape on Taiwan’s east coast.
Sun Moon Lake: The largest natural lake in Taiwan with sparking blue water and picturesque mountain backdrop.
Alishan: It is a mountain resort and nature reserve. Forest, mountain railway, sunrise, sea of clouds and sunset are the five wonders of Alishan.
Kenting: Located on the extreme southern tip of Taiwan, it is home to some of the most beautiful beaches. Truly an amazing tropical paradise .
National Palace Museum
How Long Do I Need to Visit Taiwan?
7 to 10 days are needed if you want to cover the highlights of Taiwan, including Taipei, Taroko Gorge, Sun Moon Lake and Alishan. To travel more leisurely and deeply around the island of Taiwan, 12 days or more are recommended. For a Taipei tour package, 3 to 4 days are required. Our travel consultants could customize the itinerary to meet your particular requirements.
When is the Best Time to Visit Taiwan?
Taiwan has an oceanic climate and is warm throughout the year, so it is suitable to travel all year round. However, the best time to visit Taiwan is during the seasons of spring and autumn. In spring from March to May, the vibrant flowers burst into life, which will make your visit even more special, while autumn from September to November is the ideal time for hiking. Traveling to Taiwan, you will not only have a wonderful cultural experience, but also enjoy charming mountains, rivers and lakes. Join us and enjoy a pleasant holiday in Taiwan.
Do I Need a Visa to Travel to Taiwan?
Visitors from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the member states of the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), etc. will enjoy Taiwan visa-free travel for up to 90 days. Singapore citizens can enjoy visa-free for up to 30 days. Taiwan eVisa is also available for nationals of some countries like Peru, Colombia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
How to Get to and Travel around Taiwan?
There are four international airports in Taiwan: Taoyuan Airport, Taipei Songshan Airport, Kaohsiung Airport, and Taichung Airport, among which Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is the largest one as well as the main gateway. They connect direct flights to the world’s major countries, which makes Taiwan travel much more convenient.
Public transport in Taiwan is generally good. All major cities and towns in Taiwan are connected by the railway network, so train is good choice if you travel independently, or you can travel around the island by tourist shuttle. By taking a privately guided tour with us, you will enjoy a hassle-free trip and make full use of your precious time to appreciate natural wonders and experience unique cultures and customs.