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PlaneJourney finds and compares airfares to Taiwan from 1093 airlines from around the world. You can’t buy airline tickets on our site, but you can find the lowest prices and special offers with no extra fees or surcharges. Find the cheapest tickets to Taiwan with PlaneJourney. Taiwan, a vibrant and dynamic island nation, is home to approximately 23.5 million people.

Major cities and airports in Taiwan

  1. Taipei – Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)
  2. Kaohsiung – Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH)
  3. Taichung – Taichung International Airport (RMQ)
  4. Tainan – Tainan Airport (TNN)
  5. Hualien – Hualien Airport (HUN)
  6. Pingtung – Pingtung Airport (PIF)

Time and Communication

Taiwan operates on Taiwan Standard Time, which is 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8) and does not observe daylight saving time. The country’s main mobile operators include Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan Mobile, and Far EasTone, with comprehensive coverage across the island.

Money and shopping

The official currency of Taiwan is the New Taiwan Dollar (TWD). The exchange rate to the US dollar fluctuates around 28-30 TWD for 1 USD. Some businesses may accept US dollars, but it is more convenient to have local currency. Credit cards are widely accepted in most places, and ATMs are readily available. Currency exchange offices typically operate during regular business hours.


Public transportation in Taiwan is efficient and reliable, with a range of options including trains, buses, and the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system in major cities like Taipei and Kaohsiung. Taxis are also widely available, and bike-sharing programs are popular in many cities.

Touristic attractions

  • Taipei 101 – Once the tallest building in the world, it offers a breathtaking view of the city.
  • Sun Moon Lake – The largest body of water in Taiwan, known for its clear, sparkling blue water and picturesque mountain backdrop.
  • Taroko National Park – Famous for its spectacular mountains and marble canyons.
  • The National Palace Museum – Home to one of the world’s largest collections of Chinese imperial artifacts.
  • Night Markets – Taiwan is famous for its night markets, where visitors can enjoy a variety of local street food and shopping.
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