DID YOU KNOW?
Bubble tea was originally created in Taiwan in the 1980’s, after which it has spread all over Asia and even to western countries.
In Taiwan, the number 4 (like the number 13 in the West) is considered unlucky. Some buildings such as hospitals and hotels don't even have a 4th floor
8-hours is enough to drive around the whole island.
Useful information to help you decide if Taiwan is the right destination for your event!
Recommended group size
10 - 100 pax
Incentives combined with conferences
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is the main international airport. In total there are currently there are four international airports in Taiwan: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, Taichung International Airport, and Taipei Songshan Airport.
Best time to visit
Avoid traveling on...
Sep - Nov. This season offers the perfect combination of cool and dry weather
There are many national holidays in Taiwan, but the Chinese New Year period is typically avoided.
New Taiwan Dollar (TWD) is the local currency, ), most medium to large shops and restaurants accept cards. Markets and smaller shops mostly rely on cash.
From chaotic Taipei to the beauty of Taroko Gorge, long beaches with turquoise waters to the natural wonder of Alishan, Taiwan is breathtakingly beautiful. Taroko National Park is famous for its gorges, clear rivers and waterfalls, the Swallow Grotto (Yanzikou) and the Tunnel of Nine Turns (Jiuqudon). In Alishan chase the ‘Yun Hai’, the coveted sea cloud sunrise, take the historic railway through tea plantations, and enjoy the stunning hiking trails. Combined with a rich cultural heritage and history, spectacular temples and monuments, Taiwan is a hidden gem that is worth exploring.