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Number of flights per week1Currency
Flight Duration
15 hour 40 min
Top destinationsTaipei
Most popular airlineMalaysia AirlinesMost popular airportTaoyuan Intl. Airport
About Taiwan

Taiwan, a vibrant island nation in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, attracts tourists worldwide, with its colorful culture, lively lifestyle, and delicious cuisine. While primarily inhabited by Han Chinese, along with Hakka and Aboriginal populations, Taiwan has become economically strong thanks to its rich natural gas and oil reserves.
As a prominent destination for those exploring East Asia, Taiwan stands out with its impressive architecture, vibrant nightlife, and a lifestyle that blends seamlessly with the Western world. Located in the Pacific Ocean, Taiwan shares no land borders with any country but is connected via the Pacific Ocean to China in the north, Japan and South Korea in the northeast, Vietnam in the west, and the Philippines in the south.
Due to the Northern Tropic, Taiwan has a subtropical climate in the north and tropical conditions in the south. Winters see temperatures as low as 15 degrees Celsius, while summer can bring temperatures soaring up to 30 degrees Celsius.
Taipei, often referred to as one of the world's oldest settlements, stands as a cultural and commercial hub with modern structures and a European way of life. Taipei's every corner offers glimpses of Taiwan and Chinese cultural heritage.
Tainan, where Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism coexist peacefully in sacred temples, is regarded as the center of faith in Taiwan and East Asia. The city's temples attract visitors from all over the world.
The Lantern Festival, featuring thousands of lanterns lighting up the sky as participants make wishes by releasing lanterns, is one of the most popular events. For music enthusiasts, the International Beigang Music Festival hosts world-renowned artists and provides an unmatched music experience. In July, according to Chinese sacred belief, locals come together during the Hung Yuan Ghost Month Festival to drive away evil spirits by climbing bamboo towers, passing down this tradition to future generations.
Taiwan's cuisine, a blend of Chinese and Korean influences, is characterized by achieving a balance of sour, salty, spicy, and sweet flavors, giving each dish a unique taste. Traditional Taiwanese dishes include meat noodle soup, beef noodles, and oyster omelets.

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