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Average Flying Time12 hours 10 mins (Avg)
Airline FlyingAir France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysian Airlines, China Airlines
Average Flying Kms9781 km (Avg)
Best Time to TravelSummer (June - August)
Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 45.1201 TWD
Modes of TransportPublic transport, Bus & tram, Car & motorcycle, Local transport
Why Fly to Taipei
Top 10 Places to Visit
Home to some of the world’s largest collections of Chinese treasures, there are over 600,000-art object sin the museum. Some of these priceless pieces of art dates back to over 5,000 years during the imperial times.
An amazing sightseeing tour in Taipei is the ride to the top of Maokong Mountain. Catch a table car ride to enjoy scenic sights. Catch a cable car ride to the top or challenge with biking tours or trekking adventures.
One of the famous temples in Taiwan enjoys crowds of pilgrims, locals and tourists. The unique architecture and worshipping the Guanshiyin Buddha are the top reasons to visit one of the oldest temples in the country.
A popular spot among families with kids, the zoological garden is regarded as the largest in Asia. The Panda Facility, Penguin House, Reptile House, Bird Sanctuary and many more are interactive features of the zoo.
One of the most popular host springs in Taipei, they are situated in the Hushan Village, Geothermal Valley, XinYi Road Hot Spring and Phoenix Hot Spring.
The best place to catch a glimpse of traditional entertainment. Hosted in a historical prominent, culturally active venue, the 90 minutes performance is surefooted to enjoy a firsthand experience of Taiwanese culture.
– A busy temple in Taipei, which was built in memory of a famous general. The renowned architecture and appearance is awe-inspiring whilst the courtyard of the temple is always bustling.
The monument offers breathtaking views against the backdrop of mountains. The Martyrs shrine was built to honour the brave men who died fighting against the Qing Empire.
Amidst the stunning skyline stands one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world. The architecture is awe-inspiring and it’s most notable feature is the observation deck at the 89th floor offering picturesque views of the city.
Also known as the National Theatre Hall, is one of the best places to witness performances of traditional music and dancing. Besides the arts and culture, the building architecture is greatly appreciated (especially at night).