Cheap Flights to Taiwan

1 Passenger
1 adult
Additional Options  
Home Page    Cheap flights    Asia    Taiwan
How much do things cost in Taiwan?
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $1.02
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $7.63
Taxi start $2.41
Potato (1kg) $1.52
One-way ticket (local transport) $0.66
Chicken breasts at the market $6.08
Tomato (1kg) $2.84
Cinema, international release, 1 seat $8.96
Apples (1kg) $2.77
Mid-range restaurant $19.91
* All price are converted to USD

About Taiwan

Taiwan is a heavily populated country in Asia, whose main languages are Taiwanese and Mandarin Chinese. Many people travel to the country each year to experience the culture and sights of the surrounding areas. Taiwan was the birthplace of many martial arts including Kung Fu. Travelling to the country is possible with a standard passport from any country in the European Union, Australia, Korea, Singapore and Malaysia. The cheapest and easiest way to access Taiwan is to fly by plane. There are many airlines that serve cheap flights to Taiwan, whilst the boat service that runs between Taiwan and neighboring Japan has been suspended. The only way to travel to Taiwan by sea is to choose a cruise, which is more costly than choosing cheap flights to Taiwan.

There are many activities that take place in Taiwan that tourists and travelers can enjoy. Each year, Taiwan observes Chinese New Year, and there are many festivals to attend to celebrate the event. This is just one example of the various oriental festivals that travelers can participate in each year. You can also see many street artists performing their various talents.

There are some beautiful places to visit in Taiwan too. Alishan is a beautiful area filled with cypress forests. This is located towards the center of Taiwan and is certainly worth a visit. Along with Alishan, there are also several national parks to visit along with lakes and other areas of beauty. There are plenty of opportunities for scenic photographs, if you enjoy taking photographic mementos of your trips.

When you travel to the country, you’ll be able to choose from many hotels in Taiwan for your stay. There are many motels and hostels if you are on a tight budget, although most of the hotels in Taiwan are reasonably priced. You can find places to stay close to the attractions that you wish to visit, or you could choose a hotel that is closer to the airport or public transport routes to make travelling around the country easier during your stay. There are many taxis around Taiwan so travelling to your destination is always possible.

Information about travelling to Taiwan

  • Paved roadways of Taiwan
    41 033 km

    (includes 720 km of expressways)
  • Religions of Taiwan
    mixture of Buddhist and Taoist 93%
    Christian 4.5%
    other 2.5%
  • The population of Taiwan
    22 370 461 (46th)
  • Ethnic groups of Taiwan
    Taiwanese 84%
    mainland Chinese 14%
    indigenous 2%
  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(TWD) = $0.03(USD)
  • Energy generated from Taiwan
    Fossil fuels 77%
    Nuclear fuels 10%
    Hydroelectricity 5%
    Other renewable sources 6%