"Treasure Island Taiwan" is located in the southeast of mainland China, across the Taiwan Strait from Fujian Province. The vast plains in western Taiwan gather all major cities in Taiwan, of which Taipei is the most prosperous. The majestic mountains in central Taiwan, vast mountain ranges covering a large area in the central and eastern part of Taiwan, have also formed many natural places to enjoy the mountains and the distant sea.
The long and narrow Taiwan Island spans the tropics and subtropics, which also gives Taiwan an extremely rich natural resources and scenery. Taipei’s natural geothermal hot springs, the virgin forests of Alishan, Hualien’s unique mountain and sea wonders, and Kenting’s intoxicating tropical scenery are the top reasons for tourists to come to Taiwan.
Countless Taiwanese snacks and noisy night markets are synonymous with Taiwan. Those sincere traditional snacks are "hidden" in the shops on the streets of Taiwan, waiting for you to visit. The warm and kind Taiwanese demonstrate the strong human touch, which will add points to your journey again. Various temples and worship activities are spread all over the island. Among them, the Matsu temple is the most popular. The Taiwanese belief in Matsu has allowed the local traditional culture to be well continued and passed on.
The food and human affection, tradition and creativity, with the natural beauty of the mountains and seas here create a unique "treasure island style", which also makes Taiwan a hot tourist destination.
You can explore the majestic and majestic mountains and valleys of Taroko; take a retro railway train to watch Alishan and enjoy its famous sunrise and sea of clouds; and Kenting, which enjoys the reputation of "Asian Hawaii", has a strong ocean The holiday atmosphere makes people feel relaxed and at ease; the inclusive scenery of Sun Moon Lake and mountains is breathtaking.
The best time to travel in Taiwan is spring (March to March) and autumn (September to November).
Currently there are a total of 46 countries that are visa free to come to Taiwan. If you are a foreign national from one of the 46 countries that have Visa free entry, then you do not need a visa. The following countries’ nationals do not require visa to come to Taiwan:
14 days visa-exempt countries: Philippines, trial
30 days visa-exempt countries: Asia Pacific: Malaysia, Singapore
90-day visa-free countries:
In Asia Pacific: Japan, Republic of Korea
North America: Canada, United States of America
Europe Region: United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia, Vatican City State, Bulgaria, Romania, Cyprus, Andorra, San Marino
If you don't mind hot and humid weather, summer may be the best for you. Summer rains the most, but usually during this period you will see more sunny days in northern and eastern Taiwan. If you like cool or cool temperatures, you should come between October and March. Taiwan’s spring is from March to May, and the temperature is usually between 20-25°C, which is very comfortable. This is a good time to visit, many people come to see cherry blossoms and plum blossoms. In such a comfortable temperature, this is a good time to hike and visit the parks on the island.
On average, the temperature in northern Taiwan is 14-20°C (57-68°F) in winter, 26-32°C (78-89°F) in summer, and 16-24°C in winter in southern Taiwan (60-75°F), 26-34°C (78-93°F) in summer. Spring and autumn are the best months to visit Taiwan. The temperature is around 20-26°C (68-79°F) and the weather is very comfortable.
If you come to Taiwan, try the famous Oyster Omelet, Stinky Tofu, Minced Pork Rice, Steam Dumpling, beef noodles, and also Taiwanese Breakfast. Apart from that, always keep this long list of Taiwanese cuisine and Re Chao (relaxing restaurant with hot stir-fried dishes and beer) in mind: Crab Sticky Rice, Steamed Prawn in a Garlic Broth, sliced boiled chicken, grilled squid and Taiwanese Three Cup Chicken (San Bei Ji). For those who are sweet addicts, boba tea, shaved ice mountain, and Taro Ball can definitely relieve you from the obsession.