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What are the best places to stay in Taipei?

Xinyi

Xinyi is the perfect place to stay if you enjoy the bustling atmosphere of a big city. It’s one of the most modern areas to visit while holidaying on flights to Taipei. It’s where you’ll find Taipei 101, and it’s home to some of Taipei’s best restaurants, nightlife, and shopping. Two metro lines pass through Xinyi, offering easy connections to many major landmarks. Much of Xinyi is shiny and new, but there’s also history and nature to explore. Some things to do include visiting the vibrant Songshan Fengtian Temple or viewing Xinyi from above by hiking Elephant Mountain.

Tamsui

Tamsui is located on the shores of the Tamsui River and Taiwan Strait in northern Taipei. The city is 30 minutes away by metro, but Tamsui feels like a world away from the urban sprawl. Consider reserving a Tamsui hotel room after booking cheap flights to Taipei if you’re drawn to seeing Taiwan’s traditions. Tamsui is one of the best places for a view of the sunset in Taipei and it’s teeming with great shops and street food stalls. Spend time in Tamsui while visiting Taiwan on flights to Taipei to see landmarks like Lover’s Bridge and Fort San Domingo.

Da’an

Da’an may share a border with Xinyi, but it has a different atmosphere than its lively neighbour. Da’an is residential and particularly popular among expats. It’s the perfect place to stay in between return flights to Taipei if you want to be somewhere super central but not touristy. Da’an is trendy and home to some of Taipei’s coolest restaurants, bars, cafes, and boutiques. Stop by the Tonghua Night Market and Yongkang Street for incredible food, or head to other landmarks like Da’an Forest Park and Jade Market.

 

What are Taipei’s most famous landmarks?

Taipei 101

Taipei 101 has one of the best views you’ll come across while holidaying on flights to Taipei. It’s the tallest structure in Taipei and dominates the city skyline. The downstairs portion of Taipei 101 is a shopping centre and it’s a must-visit if you’re hoping to do some retail therapy while holidaying on return flights to Taipei. Then, catch the lift to the 89th floor when you’re ready to visit the main attraction at Taipei 10: the observation deck. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out over the urban sprawl of Taipei and the mountains around the edges of the city.

National Palace Museum

Are you interested in learning about Taiwanese and Chinese history while holidaying on flights to Taipei? Take a few hours to visit the National Palace Museum. Its collection was once located in Beijing’s Forbidden City, but was relocated to Taipei during the Chinese Civil War in the 1940s.There are around 700,000 artefacts on display that explore more than 8,000 years of history. The primary exhibits showcase pieces from China’s Ming and Qing dynasties, including ceramics, artwork, stone carvings, calligraphy, and historic documents.

Beitou Hot Springs

Add the Beitou Hot Springs to your Taiwan bucket list, particularly if you book cheap flights to Taipei in the cool winter months. Beitou is a small village on the northern outskirts of Taipei that’s home to a dormant volcano. Although the volcano hasn’t erupted in about 700,000 years, there’s still geothermal activity in Beitou. Visitors can learn about geothermal activity in Taiwan at the Beitou Hot Springs Museum before heading into the Beitou Hot Springs park. Take a dip in three different types of pools that range between temperatures of 40° to 45°C.

 

When is the best time to visit Taipei?

Spring and autumn are the best times to book airfare to Taipei. Daytime temperatures typically reach 25°C, allowing for plenty of time outdoors. Spring and autumn are mostly dry with low humidity. However, be prepared for some rain if you book cheap flights to Taipei at the end of spring or beginning of autumn as this borders typhoon season. Another benefit to booking tickets to Taipei in spring is that you’ll see the city bloom with cherry blossoms.

The summer months between June and early September come with high humidity, hot temperatures of about 33°C, and rain. This is typhoon season, so you may want to book return flights to Taipei during a different season if you’d like to spend much of your time outside. Summer is the busiest time to book flights into Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA). Book your hotel room early for the best price.

Winter is low season, but it’s actually a great time to book airfare to Taipei. Temperatures are a comfortable 20°C during the day, and there are several winter events, including Chinese New Year and the Lantern Festival. Outside of major holidays, you might also benefit from great deals on accommodation when you book tickets to Taipei between December and February.

What are the best places to stay in Taipei?

Xinyi

Xinyi is the perfect place to stay if you enjoy the bustling atmosphere of a big city. It’s one of the most modern areas to visit while holidaying on flights to Taipei. It’s where you’ll find Taipei 101, and it’s home to some of Taipei’s best restaurants, nightlife, and shopping. Two metro lines pass through Xinyi, offering easy connections to many major landmarks. Much of Xinyi is shiny and new, but there’s also history and nature to explore. Some things to do include visiting the vibrant Songshan Fengtian Temple or viewing Xinyi from above by hiking Elephant Mountain.

Tamsui

Tamsui is located on the shores of the Tamsui River and Taiwan Strait in northern Taipei. The city is 30 minutes away by metro, but Tamsui feels like a world away from the urban sprawl. Consider reserving a Tamsui hotel room after booking cheap flights to Taipei if you’re drawn to seeing Taiwan’s traditions. Tamsui is one of the best places for a view of the sunset in Taipei and it’s teeming with great shops and street food stalls. Spend time in Tamsui while visiting Taiwan on flights to Taipei to see landmarks like Lover’s Bridge and Fort San Domingo.

Da’an

Da’an may share a border with Xinyi, but it has a different atmosphere than its lively neighbour. Da’an is residential and particularly popular among expats. It’s the perfect place to stay in between return flights to Taipei if you want to be somewhere super central but not touristy. Da’an is trendy and home to some of Taipei’s coolest restaurants, bars, cafes, and boutiques. Stop by the Tonghua Night Market and Yongkang Street for incredible food, or head to other landmarks like Da’an Forest Park and Jade Market.

 

What are Taipei’s most famous landmarks?

Taipei 101

Taipei 101 has one of the best views you’ll come across while holidaying on flights to Taipei. It’s the tallest structure in Taipei and dominates the city skyline. The downstairs portion of Taipei 101 is a shopping centre and it’s a must-visit if you’re hoping to do some retail therapy while holidaying on return flights to Taipei. Then, catch the lift to the 89th floor when you’re ready to visit the main attraction at Taipei 10: the observation deck. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out over the urban sprawl of Taipei and the mountains around the edges of the city.

National Palace Museum

Are you interested in learning about Taiwanese and Chinese history while holidaying on flights to Taipei? Take a few hours to visit the National Palace Museum. Its collection was once located in Beijing’s Forbidden City, but was relocated to Taipei during the Chinese Civil War in the 1940s.There are around 700,000 artefacts on display that explore more than 8,000 years of history. The primary exhibits showcase pieces from China’s Ming and Qing dynasties, including ceramics, artwork, stone carvings, calligraphy, and historic documents.

Beitou Hot Springs

Add the Beitou Hot Springs to your Taiwan bucket list, particularly if you book cheap flights to Taipei in the cool winter months. Beitou is a small village on the northern outskirts of Taipei that’s home to a dormant volcano. Although the volcano hasn’t erupted in about 700,000 years, there’s still geothermal activity in Beitou. Visitors can learn about geothermal activity in Taiwan at the Beitou Hot Springs Museum before heading into the Beitou Hot Springs park. Take a dip in three different types of pools that range between temperatures of 40° to 45°C.

 

When is the best time to visit Taipei?

Spring and autumn are the best times to book airfare to Taipei. Daytime temperatures typically reach 25°C, allowing for plenty of time outdoors. Spring and autumn are mostly dry with low humidity. However, be prepared for some rain if you book cheap flights to Taipei at the end of spring or beginning of autumn as this borders typhoon season. Another benefit to booking tickets to Taipei in spring is that you’ll see the city bloom with cherry blossoms.

The summer months between June and early September come with high humidity, hot temperatures of about 33°C, and rain. This is typhoon season, so you may want to book return flights to Taipei during a different season if you’d like to spend much of your time outside. Summer is the busiest time to book flights into Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA). Book your hotel room early for the best price.

Winter is low season, but it’s actually a great time to book airfare to Taipei. Temperatures are a comfortable 20°C during the day, and there are several winter events, including Chinese New Year and the Lantern Festival. Outside of major holidays, you might also benefit from great deals on accommodation when you book tickets to Taipei between December and February.

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