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Flights to Taipei (TPE)

Flights to Taipei let you experience buzzing nightlife, exquisite restaurants and compulsive shopping in one of Asia’s most easy-going cities.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filippino Workers (OFW), children and infants.
  • Each adult & OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to avail the tax exemption.
  • Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filippino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children and infants.
  • Each adult & OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to avail the tax exemption.
  • Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Taipei, which is concentrated in the north of Taiwan, is made up of 12 districts, each with its own identity. Wanhua is one of the oldest, but also one of the trendiest. Neihu is where you'll find old and new Taipei, with temples and shopping malls standing side by side. Shilin is home to the National Palace Museum, which has nearly 700,000 pieces of imperial artefacts.

Taipei is one of those cities that never seem to sleep. Night markets fill the streets with the sights and smells of dumplings, beef noodle soup and shaved ice desserts.

Not only can you find a convenience store open at any hour and on every street corner (Taipei has one of the highest per capita concentrations of convenience stores on earth), but also 24-hour karaoke bars – and even a 24-hour bookstore. It’s also known for having some of Asia's best coffee shops and a thriving music scene. But Taipei doesn't take itself too seriously – for proof, visit one of its themed restaurants (Barbie-themed, prison-themed and even toilet-themed are all on offer).

Sitting in a basin between the Yangming Mountains and the Central Mountains, Taipei is also blessed with gorgeous scenery. Head to the Beitou district for its hot springs and the stunning Yangmingshan National Park, or to Elephant Mountain hiking trail in Nangang and its rolling forest hills overlooking the city.

You can see the city in all its glory from the top of Taipei 101 – a 101-storey skyscraper. And once you realise it’s all connected by an efficient public transport system, it comes as no surprise that Taiwan's capital is one of the world's most popular cities for visitors.

What to do in Taipei

Visit Yangmingshan National Park

Just a bus ride away from the city centre, Yangmingshan is simply stunning. With its hot springs, cherry blossoms and dramatic landscape, which includes Taiwan's tallest dormant volcano, Seven Star Mountain, it’s a wonderful place to visit if you enjoying hiking and the great outdoors.

Jhuzihhu Road
Beitou District
112
+886 2 2861 3601

Visit the Miniatures Museum of Taiwan

The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan is weird, wonderful and completely captivating. It's home to incredibly intricate houses, castles and palaces – both Eastern and Western – and whole sprawling towns, as well as scenes from classic children's stories such as Alice in Wonderland. It’s worth visiting however old you are.

No 96, Section 1
Jianguo North Road
Zhongshan District
104
+886 2 2515 0583

Shop at Shida Night Market

Shilin may be Taipei's most popular market, but Shida is the coolest. It all kicks off at 6pm and runs late into the night. It’s a great place to pick up clothes and jewellery, and an even better place to eat street food. Which stall does the best beef noodle soup? Let the sampling begin.

Lane 44, Section 1
Taishun Street
Da’an District
106
(Taiwanese language webpage)

Where to eat in Taipei

Shin Yeh (Taiwanese)

The owners of Shin Yeh set up shop back in the 1970s as a tiny back alley joint, before it became one of Taipei’s best restaurants. It did this by focusing on Taiwanese comfort food and adding a contemporary twist. There are several Shin Yehs in the city, but this, the original, is the best.

No 34, Section 1
Shuangcheng Street
Zhongshan District
104
+886 2 2596 3255

Kanpai (Japanese)

Kanpai is a Japanese barbecue, where you can have food prepared and served in the usual way, or cook it yourself on the barbecue pit built into the table. It is one of the most fun and sociable places to eat in the city.

No 17, Lane 236, Section 1
Dunha South Road
Da’an District
106

Eastern Ice Store (Shaved ice)

You can't visit Taipei without having a shaved ice dessert – big bowls of shaved ice with condensed milk and various toppings. You can have it anywhere in the city, but those in the know say this little side street vendor is the best.

No 38, Lane 216, Section 4
Zhongxiao East Rd
Da’an District
106
+886 2 2777 2057
(Taiwanese language website)

Places to stay in Taipei

Dong Wu Hotel

Located in the old town, close to a metro station and with lots of restaurants nearby, Dong Wu is the best value-for-money hotel in Taipei. It is perfect for those who want a comfortable, convenient but inexpensive base from which to explore the city.

No 258, Section 2
Yanping North Road
Datong District
103
+886 2 2557 1261

W Taipei

W Taipei is as good a hotel as you're likely to stay in. It's stylish without being stuffy, and friendly without being formal. It looks good, has an amazing pool and the free candy you’ll find in your room is a nice touch.

No10
Zhongxiao East Road
Section 5
Xinyi District
110
+886 2 7703 8888

The Okura Prestige Taipei

There are seven types of rooms on offer at this luxury hotel in Taipei. One to splash out on for special occasions, The Okura is widely regarded as one of the best hotels in Taipei – the reception area alone will take your breath away.

No 9, Section 1
Nanjing East Road
Zhongshan District
104
+886 2 2523 1111

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