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Cheap Flights to Taiwan

Cheap flights to Taiwan

Taiwan is an island nation in East Asia known for its impressive structures and wondrous sights that draw millions of tourists annually. Most Taiwan flights will take you to Taoyuan International Airport and Songshan Airport in Taipei, Kaohsiung International Airport in Kaohsiung, and Taichung International Airport in Taichung. These airports are equipped with the latest airport facilities including shops, restaurants, lounges, banking facilities and free WiFi. Your Taiwan trip will most likely start in any of these major airports.

Flights to Taipei

Taipei is the capital and busiest city of Taiwan which is home to the renowned Taipei 101. Those who plan a Taiwan trip typically book cheap flights to Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport located in Taipei. Major airlines with direct flights from Singapore to Taipei are Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Jetstar Asia, EVA Air, and China Airlines.

Flights to Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung is a huge port city known as the Harbour Capital of Taiwan where commercial establishments flourish. Those who want to explore a less touristy and affordable part of Taiwan should book Taiwan flights to Kaohsiung International Airport. Airlines that fly here directly from Singapore are Scoot and China Airlines.

Flights to Taichung

Taichung is an industrial city which is considered the gateway to exploring the mountainous areas including the world-famous Sun Moon Lake. The city is served by Taichung International Airport but there are currently no direct flights from Singapore. You may take connecting flights on Cathay Pacific or VietJet Air. Alternatively, you may book cheap flights to Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, then ride the bullet train to Taichung.

Why plan a trip to Taiwan

Taiwan is unquestionably beautiful – no wonder it is frequented by millions of travellers around the world. If you are planning a Taiwan trip for the first time, make sure you arm yourself with the best travel tips.

Book cheap flights to Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, and be treated to almost everything you desire in a Taiwan trip – from record-breaking structures like Taipei 101 to the bustling night markets and delightful Taiwanese street food. Culture buffs would be happy to know that Taipei is dotted with cultural sites and monuments such as the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and National Palace Museum. Day trips to Shifen, Jiufen, and Yehliu Geopark should not be missed as well. Depending on your interests, you can decide on where to stay in Taipei and even plan a budget trip for under SGD220.

Your Taiwan adventure does not stop in Taipei. Be on the lookout for more cheap flight tickets to Taiwan’s other stunning destinations such as Kaohsiung, Taichung and Tainan. Likewise, don’t miss the national parks and scenic areas such as the Alishan National Scenic Area, Sun-Moon Lake, and Tri Mountain National Scenic Area. Seal your Taiwan trip by drinking the ever-popular pearl milk tea (or bubble tea) in the country where it all began! Then, join in the fun at the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated annually on the first lunar month.

With all these and a whole lot more, aren’t you itching to book your air flight tickets to Taiwan now?

Best time to visit Taiwan

The best time to visit Taiwan actually depends on what season and activities you’d like to experience. Spring (March to May) has been considered by many as the best time to visit Taiwan because of the cool weather and the blooming of lovely flowers like the cherry blossoms. Yes, Taiwan has cherry blossoms too, and you can spot them during this season. Do note that while spring is the best time to visit, it also a peak season so expect some crowds and prices of Taiwan flights and hotels to be significantly higher.

Taiwan travel budget

The Taiwanese Dollar or the New Taiwan Dollar (NTD) is Taiwan’s currency. As of 09 June 2019, SGD1 converts to NTD22.94. The average daily budget for travel in Taiwan is NTD2,600 (SGD113) inclusive of everything. A total of NTD400 (SGD17) is already enough for meals for an entire day. Hotels in Taiwan could range from NTD1,600 (SGD70) for basic ones to NTD3,200 (SGD140) for double-occupancy rooms.

Popular airlines that fly to Taiwan

Airline

Type

Arrival Airport

Scoot

Direct

Taipei Taoyuan, Kaohsiung

China Airlines

Direct

Taipei Taoyuan, Kaohsiung

Singapore Airlines

Direct

Taipei Taoyuan

EVA Air

Direct

Taipei Taoyuan

Jetstar Asia

Direct

Taipei Taoyuan

Cathay Pacific

Connecting

Taichung

VietJet Air

Connecting

Taichung

Airlines that fly to Taiwan are Scoot, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, EVA Air, Jetstar Asia. They have direct regular flights to Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei. Of all these airlines, Scoot and China Airlines are the only ones that fly direct to Kaohsiung, while connecting flights on Cathay Pacific or VietJet Air must be taken to reach Taichung.

Airports in Taiwan

The main airports in Taiwan are Taoyuan International Airport serving Taipei, Kaohsiung International Airport serving Kaohsiung, and Taichung International Airport serving Taichung. There are several airlines that fly direct from Singapore to Taipei and Kaohsiung. However, connecting flights must be taken to reach Taichung.

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Hotels and Car Rental in Taiwan

After booking your air tickets to Taiwan, be sure to compare car rental options to find the best car hire deals for your Taiwan trip. Search for hotels on Skyscanner too to check for your stay options in Taiwan.

Information is accurate as of 09 June 2019.



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