CHEAP FLIGHTS FROM Chicago TO Taiwan

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  • $1638
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    Chicago - Dec, 21st Kaohsiung - Dec, 24th
    Kaohsiung - Jan, 2nd Chicago - Jan, 2nd
  • $1079
    total per person
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    Chicago - Jan, 9th Kaohsiung - Jan, 11th
    Kaohsiung - Jan, 29th Chicago - Jan, 29th
  • $1079
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    Chicago - Mar, 4th Kaohsiung - Mar, 6th
    Kaohsiung - Mar, 18th Chicago - Mar, 18th
  • $1633
    total per person
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    Chicago - Dec, 24th Kaohsiung - Dec, 26th
    Kaohsiung - Jan, 12th Chicago - Jan, 12th
  • $1165
    total per person
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    Chicago - Mar, 28th Kaohsiung - Mar, 31st
    Kaohsiung - Apr, 11th Chicago - Apr, 11th
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Cost of living in Chicago and Taiwan
Chicago is 88% more expensive than Taiwan

  Chicago   Taiwan
Local draught beer $4.00   $1.66
Monthly Pass (local transport) $100.00   $33.01
Milk (1 liter) $0.88   $2.59
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre $1 886.36   $643.99
Chicken breasts at the market $8.07   $6.08
* All price are converted to USD

Seasonal price trend for cheap flights from Chicago to Taiwan


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  • $480
    JAN
  • $440
    FEB
  • $419
    MAR
  • $415
    APR
  • $415
    MAY
  • $569
    JUN
  • $546
    JUL
  • $502
    AUG
  • $521
    SEP
  • $415
    OCT
  • $419
    NOV
  • $522
    DEC

Information about travelling from Chicago to Taiwan

  • Age structure of Taiwan
    0-14-years 14%
    15-24-years 13.4%
    25-54-years 47.4%
    55-64-years 12%
    65-years-and-over 11.6%
  • The capital city of Taiwan
    Taipei
  • Religions of Taiwan
    mixture of Buddhist and Taoist 93%
    Christian 4.5%
    other 2.5%
  • Languages of Taiwan
    Mandarin Chinese (official)
    Taiwanese
    Hakka dialects
  • Ethnic groups of Taiwan
    Taiwanese 84%
    mainland Chinese 14%
    indigenous 2%
  • Energy generated from Taiwan
    Fossil fuels 77%
    Nuclear fuels 10%
    Hydroelectricity 5%
    Other renewable sources 6%