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Flights to Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei is served by 2 international air facilities, Taipei Taoyuan Airport as well as Taipei Songshan Airport. Taipei Taoyuan Airport is the country’s biggest and busiest air transport hub, and the main port handling international air arrivals into Taiwan. Taipei Songshan Airport, on the other hand, is reserved for short-haul regional flights to and from nearby North Asian cities.

  • Taipei Taoyuan Airport is situated about 50 kilometres from Taipei. A taxi ride from the airport to the city would take around 40 minutes and cost about NTD 900-1200 (SGD 39-52).
  • Taipei Songshan Airport is actually located within Taipei City itself, about 10 kilometres from the city centre. A taxi ride to the city should cost only around NTD 300 (SGD 13) and take 5-10 minutes.

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Best Time to Visit Taipei

Taipei enjoys excellent spring weather - temperatures are a cool and dry 20°C, rain is unlikely, and sunshine hours are numerous. This is an excellent time for hiking the city’s nearby mountains, exploring national parks and gardens, or soaking in natural outdoor hot springs. After spring, autumn is the next favourite season with tourists for similar reasons.

Taipei’s summer months from June to August are considered the city’s off-peak period for tourism, as the hot and muggy temperatures make outdoor activities uncomfortable to engage in. Most importantly, travellers are advised to avoid visiting the city during the typhoon-heavy months of June to September.

Things to do in Taipei

There’s something for everybody in Taipei, from the foodie to the history buff, the nature-lover to the shopaholic. The city is surrounded by picturesque mountains and natural hot springs as well as ancient palaces, temples and shrines a-plenty, making sightseeing a real sensory pleasure in Taipei. Tourists are further encouraged to fall in love with the city due to the abundance of cheap and flavourful street foods, many returning home with a newly acquired taste for the oyster omelette, bubble tea and stinky tofu. The cherry on top of the cake? Discount buys on everything from clothing, jewellery and accessories to electronics are readily available on almost every street corner.

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