What’s your first choice when it’s time for a family trip? If you have no idea where to go, we are here to inspire you! Taiwan is generally considered a safe destination for travelers; read more about Travel Restrictions to Taiwan in 2023. In this article, we provide you with all the information you may need to know for a Taiwan family trip.


So why is Taiwan a good place for elderly and kids?

You can easily explore and enjoy the cities, beaches and scenic areas of Taiwan with the convenient transportation to travel around Northern, central, eastern and southern Taiwan. Surprise! Taiwan is full of the kindness and hospitality to foreigner, so you can always get help when you ask. See our 2023 Taiwan Family / Elder Friendly Tours & Activities.

【A Guide for Taiwan Family Trip:Hot Places to Visit in Taiwan】

Taipei with kids

Taipei Zoo (Muzha Zoo)

In the park, you will be fascinated with all sorts of wildlife, from the tropical zone to the arctic zone, from domestic species to species from other continents. Be ready to have fun with your kids!

  • Open Hours:
    • 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fees:
    • 60 NTD per person
  • Transportation:
    • Tourists can take Taipei Metro to Taipei Zoo station.

Taipei Children’s Amusement Park

Taipei Children Amusement Park is the only amusement park based on the theme of family in Taiwan. There are 13 carnival attractions in the park including a large ferry wheel, roller coaster, bumper cars, swinging ship, and monorail.

  • Open Hours:
    • 9 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday to Friday (close on Monday)
    • 9 AM to 9 PM on Saturday
    • 9 AM to 6PM on Sunday
  • Entrance Fees:
    • 30 NTD per person (only for entrance)
    • 20-30 NTD per ride
    • 350 NTD day pass with unlimited ride
  • Transportation:
    • Tourists can take Taipei Metro to Jiangtan Station then take bus no. 40 or Red 30

National Taiwan Science Education Center

The National Taiwan Science Education Center is a great place to learn about science, regardless of your age. There are interactive exhibitions for you and your kids to learn and have fun.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:00-17:00, Tuesday to Friday (close on Monday)
    • 09:00-18:00, Saturday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 100 NTD for exhibitions
    • 100 NTD for 3D theater
  • Transportation:
    • Just next to Taipei Children Amusement Park

Taipei Astronomical Museum

Do you have wonders about the universe?
You can start your space journey from Taipei Astronomical Museum. The 3D max dome theater is highly recommended. Visitors can view the stimulated starry sky.

  • Open Hour:
    • 9 AM 5 PM, Tuesday to Friday (close on Monday)
    • 9 AM to 8 PM, Saturday
    • 9 AM to 5 PM, Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 40 NTD for exhibition
    • 100 NTD for astronomical theater
  • Transportation
    • Just next to Taipei Children Amusement Park

Taoyuan with kids

Yingge Taipei City Ceramic Museum

In the museum, you can learn about the development of ceramic craftsmanship. At B1, there is a classroom where people can join the ceramic curriculum. Children can have fun on the Square of Water and the Square of Earth. One is featured as a paddling pool, and the other is featured as a sandpit.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:30-17:00, Monday to Friday
    • 09:30-18:00, Sunday to Saturday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 80 NTD for exhibition
  • Transportation:
    • Tourists can take TRA (Taiwan Railway) to Yingge Station and follow the sign to the museum

Hsinchu with kids

Science Amusement Park (Little Ding-Dong Science Amusement Park)

Ding-Dong Science Theme Park is the only outdoor natural science playground in Taiwan. It incorporates art with scientific principles to offer visitors experiences of optical and mechanical phenomena.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:00-17:00, Monday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 500 NTD per person
  • Transportation:
    • Take TRA to Xinfeng Station then take a taxi

Window on China

It’s a theme park comprise of an amusement park, water world, and Globetrot. Globetrot is featured as a Miniature Wonderland with small scale world famous architectures and landmarks. Visitors can scroll in the area to have a micro trip around the world.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:00-16:30 (Monday to Friday)
    • 09:30-17:00 (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 799 NTD per person

Taichung with kids

Gaomei Wetland

It is a grassy and muddy tidal flat where you can catch the sea breeze and watch beautiful sunsets. It also a place where you can spot thousands of crabs, mud-skippers, and rare birds.

Wuling Farm

Wuling Farm a place worth visiting throughout the year. In spring, tourists can admire the sakura blossom. In summer, it’s a place to escape the summer heat and pick up juicy fruits. In autumn, you can see the golden leaves shining under the sunbeam. In winter, it’s one of the places in Taiwan for people to see the snow.  

Nantou with kids

Sun Moon Lake

There are three ways to enjoy the poetic view of Sun Moon Lake: by bike, by boats, by cable cars. The bicycle trail around the lake is elected as one of the most beautiful trails of the world. You can have a short bike ride with your kid then take a boat across the lake and have a full panorama on the cable car. That would be an unforgettable memory for a Taiwan family trip.

Cingjing Farm

Cingjing Farm is located at the mountain with a height of 1750 meters. Because of the terrain, the grassland is often covered with mist. Visitors are fascinated with the dreamlike view. If you have kids, do not miss the show which demonstrates how the staff shear the sheep and how shepherd dogs go their jobs.

  • Open Hour:
    • 08:00-17:00, Monday to Sunday

Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village

There are 14 tribes in Taiwan. (Read more) There are a lot of activities for parents and children to explore the tribal culture. From hunting, weaving, to craftsmanship and ritual.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:30-17:00, Monday to Friday
    • 09:30-17:30, Saturday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 850 NTD per person

Chiayi with kids

Alishan National Forest

Alishan is the most popular national forest in Taiwan of all time. Every early morning, there are numerous tourist taking the first train to 祝山 station to see the sunrise. After sunrise, you can follow the sign to take a walk in the forest, indulge yourself in the green shower of the cedar woods, and admire the majestic god’s wood of thousands year old.

  • Entrance Fee:
    • 300 NTD per person


Fenqihu is the mid-point of the Alishan railway. The old street has been developed for more than a century, and it is the highest one in Taiwan. Before you go up to Alishan, you can stop here for a while and get a railway lunch box.

Tainan with kids

Sicao Mangrove Green Tunnel

Sicao Mangrove Green Tunnel is said to be the Amazon of Taiwan. It is an aquatic tunnel, which offers some of the best mangrove forest ecologies within Taiwan.

  • Open Hour:
    • 08:30-17:00 (April to August)
    • 08:00-16:30 (September to March)
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 200 NTD

Jing Zhai Jiao Tile Paved Salt Fields

The salt fields in Beimen are the oldest remains of tile paved salt fields in existence. Every day the sunset shines on the salt field and it reflects the sky’s beauty, with the clouds over Beimen Lagoon on the horizon. 

Chimei Museum

You don’t need to be in Europe to admire the grand palace. Chimei Museum was built in the style combined with Greece and Rome. There are more than 12,000 collections, from artworks, instruments to weapons and specimens.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:30-17:30, Thursday to Tuesday (Close on Wednesday)
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 200 NTD

Kaohsiung with kids

The Pier-2 Art Center

The art center was an abandoned warehouse, but now it is a hub of artistic activities. The exhibitions and the installment arts at exterior space are popular spots for people to create instaworthy pictures with children.

  • Open Hour:
    • 10:00-18:00, Monday to Thursday
    • 10:00-20:00, Friday to Sunday

Fo Guang Shan

Here you will find the biggest Buddhist center of South Taiwan. The architecture of the temples is very characteristic, and at the southeastern side of Fo Guang Shan Monastery, the most prominent landmark of the region is found: a huge golden statue of Buddha Amitabha which measures some 120 meters. The main square is surrounded by 480 standing Buddha’s, while water and mountains from the magnificent scenery.

  • Open Hour:
    • 08:00-17:00, Monday to Sunday

Pingtung with kids

National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium

Located in Kenting National Park, the National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium is Taiwan’s largest marine ecology display center. The museum has three main exhibitions. Waters of Taiwan, Coral Kingdom, and Waters of the World. Visitors can sleepover in the aquarium with the fish and aquatic life swimming around.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:00-17:30, Monday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 450 NTD

Kenting Baisha Bay

The beach of Baisha Bay consists of the fragments of seashells. That’s why it’s white. Here you can spend your whole day just lying on the beach or do some exciting water sports.

Taitung with kids

Mr. Brown’s Avenue

It was just an anonymous strait way stretching to the paddle field. Without any street lamp and a utility pole, you can see the full picture of the mountain ridges from afar and the endless verdant land.


It’s an isle composed of coral reefs. Go across the bridge you can explore the terrain of sea erosion. If you are a great observer, you can spot many kinds of creatures.

Hualien with kids


Taroko is no doubt the most popular destination for tourists. There are trails available for family tours. On the Sakadang trail, you can see the valley with crystal clear water and the wrinkles on the bare rock revealing a masterpiece of nature. Baiyang trail offers people an escape for summer. Follow the sign you can enter the Cave of Water Curtain. The water in the tunnel naturally forms water curtains inside, giving it a mysterious veil.


It’s a bay of a new moon curve. The best time to visit Qixindtan is around sunrise when the sun dyes the clouds and the ocean with brilliant colors.

Lichuan Aquafarm

Lichuan Aqua Farm is famous for the gold clams which are full of nutrients. Visitors can experience the nostalgic recreation-calms digging and have a tasty clam feast.

  • Open Hour:
    • 09:00-17:30, Monday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 120 NTD for clam-digging
    • 150 NTD for DIY

Baibao River Park

The splashing waterfall can wash out the summer heat and cool down your mind. Bai Bao River was a jade mining field, abundant of jade and precious stone. Here you can collect some stones as your unique Taiwanese souvenirs. 

Jingpu Tribe

Here the friendly local will take you to see the beauty of the Pacific Ocean by floating on the raft. If you are fans of “Hunger game ”, don’t miss the course of bow shooting. In the tribe, you can learn the unique way to do the fishing and do some handicraft to make your own bracelet.

Yilan with kids

Taiping Mountain (Taipingshan Forest Park)

With a moist climate and abundant rainfall, it has nurtured an environment rich in ecological resources. Tourists can take Pong Pong Train to different stations in the park. Jiangching is the most popular trail. The railway used for transporting logs is preserved on the trail.

  • Open Hours:
    • 04:00-20:00 Monday to Sunday
  • Entrance Fee:
    • 150 NTD for weekdays
    • 200 NTD for weekends and national holidays

National Center of Traditional Art

In this park, you can see a full vision of Chinese folklife, the beauty of traditional craftsmanship, and its renovation. There are a lot of family-friendly activities for people to explore traditional folk art.

How to get to Taipei City from the airports with kids?

From Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) to Taipei City

Taoyuan International Airport is actually in the city of Taoyuan, not Taipei.

1. Airport MRT

By the airport MRT, you can reach several main stations such as Taipei Main Station, Sanchong Station, New Taipei Industrial Park, and Taoyuan HSR Station. If you want to now further how you can take Taipei MRT, please visit here.

Station Transfer to
Taipei Main StationMRT Red Line (Tamsui-Xinyi Line)
MRT Blue Line (Bannan Line)
MRT Green Line (Songshan-Xindian Line)
Taiwan High-Speed Railway (THSR)
Taiwan Railway
Sanchong StationMRT Orange Line (Zhonghe-Xinlu Line)
New Taipei Industrial ParkMRT Circular Line
Taoyuan HSR StationTaiwan High Speed Railway (THSR)

For details like the timetable, you can go to the official website of Taoyuan International Airport.

2. Shuttle bus

Before Airport MRT was constructed, the shuttle bus is the most convenient way to get to your destination. If you are not heading to Taipei, the shuttle bus might be your best choice. There are buses to Taipei, Banqiao, Xindian, Taoyuan, Zhongli, Zhongli Transit Station, Taichung, Yilan Transfer Station, and Hsinchu.

Taipei1819 to Taipei Main Station
1819A to Taipei Main Station (via MRT Yuanshan Station)
1840 to Songshan Airport
1843 to Nangang Exhibition Center
1841 to Songshan Airport
5201 Bus
1960 East Bus
1961 West Bus
Banqiao1962 Bus
Xindian1968 Bus
Taoyuan5059 Bus
Zhongli5089 Bus
Zhongli Transit Station1627 Bus
Taichung1860 Bus
1623 Bus
Yilan Transfer Station1661 to Yilan Transfer Station

3. Taxi

You can easily grab a taxi at the west side (meeting point 26) of the Terminal 1’s and Terminal 2’s Arrivals Lobby, since its a 24 hours-service. Even though it is uncommon, but if you want to avoid being ripped off by the greedy driver, you can book Airport Pick Up private transfer by Justaiwantour.

How to get to Taipei City from Keelung Port with kids?

Passengers can take bus 1550 or 1551 to Taipei City. However, we suggest passengers get our private chartered service. You can designate the place you want to go to. If you have no idea, we can manage it for you.

How to travel around Taiwan with kids ?

  • High-Speed Rail: High-speed rail is the fastest way to travel from Taipei to Kaohsiung. It takes less than two hours. It’s the top choice for business travelers and tourists with limited time.
  • Taiwan Railway: TRA is the only choice to travel to the east by railway. Passengers can enjoy the pleasant view of the Pacific Ocean and the Coastal Mountains Range.
  • Intercity Bus: There are certain places that can not be reached by TRA. In that case, you can take intercity buses into consideration.
  • Private Chartered Service: We offer you private chartered service so you don’t need to spend time on planning and worry about getting lost.

How to travel around Taipei with kids?

  • Taipei Metro: With 131 stations on 6 lines, Taipei Metro can take you to almost everywhere in Taipei.
  • Youbike: Riding a bike is also a good way to explore the city. There are 400 Youbike stations in Taipei Metropolis. You can always come across them unexpectedly.

Taipei Must-visit Spots Private Day Tour

  • Dihua Old Street
  • Longshan temple
  • Lunch at Din Tai Fung (Set-meal)
  • Taipei 101
  • Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
  • National Palace Museum

If this is the first time to Taipei and you only have limited time, this tour can take you to the most iconic, must-visit spots with kids.

What to eat on the tour? We recommended you to have lunch at Din Tai Fung to taste the popular xiao long bao.

Taipei 101

Read More:【Taiwan Layover Tour】- How To Get Around Taipei Within Limited Time?

Yehliu, Laomei & Jiufen Private Day Tour

  • Green Reef at Laomei: Seasonal (Alternative Plan: Elephant Trunk Rock)
  • Yehliu Geopark
  • Jiufen Old Street
  • Pingxi Old Street

Every year from March to May, the reefs at Laomei are covered with green carpet made of algae. This attraction is an opened-secret for photographers.

What to eat on the tour? There are seafood restaurants around Yehliu. Be sure to try the fresh and well-cooked seafood before you leave.

Laomei Green Reef

Read more: Spring Only! The Dreamlike Laomei Green Reef

Jiufen & Pingxi Nostalgic Railway Private Day Tour

  • Yin Yang Sea
  • Chiufen
  • Shifen Waterfall
  • Shifen Old Street
  • Jingtong

Jiufen and Pinxi are the most popular attractions in northern Taiwan. In this tour, you can explore the mountain towns with a short ride on the railway with kids. Kids will have a special experience with this rail trip and have fun with launching the lantern which you can write down some blessing words.


Read More:【Taipei Layover Tour】 6 to 8 Hour Layover to Jiufen Old Street – Private Car

Eco- Friendly Jiufen & Shifen Old Streets Private Day Tour

  • Yin Yang Sea
  • Golden Waterfall
  • Shifen Waterfalls
  • Jiufen Old Street (enjoy delicious taro balls)
  • Shifen Old Street (release eco-friendly sky lantern)
  • Shifen – Jintong train

If you worry that launching the sky lanterns will be harmful to the environment, you can join this eco-friendly tour. The lantern will be completely burned so there will not be any relic left.

Sky Lantern

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OH MY GOD!- Pray for Wealth, Career, Health, Love, Academic, Peace

  • Guandu Temple
  • Nung Chan Monastery
  • Baoan Temple
  • Confucius Temple
  • Xiahai City God Temple
  • Longshan Temple

If you are an enthusiasm for religions, this tour will be your top choice. You will be blessed by the gods who are in charge of love, marriage, wealth, wisdom, and academic achievement. Also, you can appreciate the beauty of the temples with different features.

What to eat on the tour? It’s a tour based on Buddhist and Taoist culture. Therefore we recommend you try the vegan food at Nung Chan Monastery and experience the religious vegan culture.

Pray for wealth, career, health, love, academic, peace

First UBER Ever – Local Beitou Walking Tour

  • Meet your guide at Beitou MRT station
  • Beitou traditional Taiwanese markets(lunch on own-taste local cuisines)
  • Experience the motorcycle express to Beitou Museum
  • (Reminder:walking tour below)
  • Pu chi Temple
  • Beitou Thermal valley
  • Boil eggs with hot springs
  • Air Defense Maze
  • Plum Garden
  • Beitou Hot Spring Museum
  • Beitou Library
  • Beitou Public Hot Sping

Take a deep look into the hot spring culture in Beitou, then you would know that the concept of Uber had been inspired 50 years ago.

What to eat on the tour? Our tour guide will take you to the local market to find out the best snacks and cuisine.

Beitou Thermal Valley

Read More:【Beitou Day Tour】 Relaxation and Wellness in Beitou: Exploring Taiwan’s Hot Spring Paradise

Yangmingshan Hiking & Hot Spring Luxury Private Tour

  • Yangmingshan National Park
  • Yangmingshan trail hiking
  • Zhuzihu Scenic Spot (Lunch on wild herbs and free range chickens)
  • Hot Spring in a high-class hotel
  • Drop you off at your accommodation in Taipei City

Yangmingshan national park serves as a relaxing retreat for people in Taipei. Justaiwantour will also take you to explore the hiking trail in Yangmingshan and enjoy Taiwan’s beautiful nature and volcano landscape. After hiking, you can be bathed in the hot spring in a high-level hotel with kids.

Yangmingshan national park

Read More:【Taipei Day Tour】 Yangmingshan to Tamsui – A Scenic Tour in Taiwan

Maokong Tea & Shenkeng Stinky Tofu Private Day Tour

  • Maokong Gondola
  • Tianen Temple
  • Little Sky Trail
  • Tea flavor Lunch (at traveler’s expense)
  • Taipei Tea Promotion Center for Tieguanyin and Baozhong
  • Zhinan Temple
  • Recommend to try Stinky Tofu at Shenkeng Old Street

Taiwanese tea has conquered the taste bud of people all over the world. In this tour, you can have a close look at the tea farm and be immersed in the fragrance of the tea. What’ more? We also offer a surprise for you: a stinky tofu challenge. If you regard yourself as a food adventurer, this is your best chance to get shocked.


Read More: 【Taipei Day Tour】 Maokong: The Tranquil Tea Haven and Scenic Escape of Taipei

Baking Traditional Cake & Taiwan Street Food Tour

  • Pick you up at MRT Shilin Station
  • Kuo Yuan Ye Museum of Cake and Pastry: DIY Pineapple Cakes
  • Try on Chinese Traditional wedding costume
  • Shilin Night Market

Pineapple cakes are popular souvenirs among tourists. It’s also the most representative Taiwanese pastry. In this tour, tourists can learn how to make pineapple cake in the DIY course. While baking the cake, they can try on the traditional wedding garment to experience the old marriage culture. At the end of the tour, tourists can enjoy local delicacies recommended by the tour guide.

Making Taiwanese Pineapple Cake

Read More:【Taiwan Food Tour】Taiwanese Pineapple cake-The Taste of Auspicious and Prosperity, or【Taiwan Food Tour】 A Journey Through Taiwan’s Sweet Delights

Hidden Gems Around Taipei

  • Chingshan Waterfall
  • Shimen Terrace
  • Jingshan Old Street
  • Nanzilin
Moutain and Farm

If you are tired of the popular attractions in Taipei like Taipei 101, Jiufen, and Pingxi, and you are looking for a unique experience, then this tour is no doubt your first choice. Follow our tour guide into the tranquil, isolated village to see the only terrace farm existing in Taiwan, and then take an easy hiking trail to explore the hidden waterfall in Shimen. After having lunch at Jingshan Old Street, you can explore the special territory-Camel Hill at Wanli, and see the panorama in Nanzilin.

What to eat on the tour? We will take you to Jingshan Duck Meat, which is the most popular restaurant in the district to have a duck-themed lunch.

Read More:【Taipei Travel Guide】Call For Explorers-Unlock the Worth Visiting Spots With Expats In Taiwan

Family-Friendly Hotel with kids

Finders Hotel

Children under 13 years old are free of charge (no extra bed added). There are recreational facilities for kids to have fun. In other words, you don’t need to worry that they will be annoying when they are bored.

CitizensM (Beimen)

Children under 10 years old are free of charge (no extra bed added) The buffet is opened 24 hours a. You can have some drinks at the bar while your kids are having late night supper.

Click Hotel-Ximending Branch

Click Hotel offers a lot of family-friendly facilities, from cribs,
strollers, to baby bathtubs. Children under 7 years old are free of charge.

Restaurant in Taipei with kids

Da Wan BBQ

For Japanese barbecue, head over to Da Wan BBQ. This restaurant is famous for a Japanese cooking style called Yakiniku, a term meaning grilled meat, and is a must for anyone visiting Taipei.

Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodles

The restaurant is legendary for its single menu item, soft rice noodles served in a thick, flavorful gravy. The famous dish comes in two sizes and can be topped with chili sauce, vinegar, and/or and garlic. 

Big Tea Pot Tea House

For some peace and quiet, as well as outstanding panoramic views of Maokong Mountain, head over to Big Tea Pot Tea House. Nestled against the mountainside, this popular tea house offers Taiwanese-style dishes, as well as a variety of hot teas.

The Kitchen Table

For anyone who can’t decide on what to eat for dinner, the international variety offered by The Kitchen Table is the perfect solution. This restaurant offers an expansive selection, with a full breakfast buffet in the morning, a light lunch buffet with colorful desserts in the afternoon, and a more hearty dinner buffet in the evening.

Yongkang Beef Noodle

Yongkang Beef Noodle is a quaint, family-run restaurant that has been around since 1963 and is known for serving some of the best beef noodle soup in Taipei. Though the shop originated as a modest food stall, it has grown to become a favorite destination for locals and tourists alike.

For more restaurants in Taipei, you can take our previous articles for reference.

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Things to Know Before You go to Taiwan

There is Still a Language Barrier: Though a lot of young people in Taipei can speak English, people who live in other cities are only based on Mandarin and Taiwanese.

People are Incredibly Helpful: If you stand on the street with a confused expression, there will be hospitable Taiwanese give you a hand.

Signage Can be Confusing: The maps and the direction signs can be confusing, especially in the Taipei metro and main station. But don’t worry. If you need any help, just ask other people.

An EasyCard is Essential: Get yourself an EasyCard is the first thing to do in Taiwan. It can be used as transportation tickets. A lot of shops accept EasyCard payment so you don’t need to carry too much cash.

Convenience Stores are More Than Just Convenient: Convenience stores can cover 90 percent of your daily need in Taiwan.

Read More:【Taiwan Travel Guide】The Ultimate Guide of Easycard

Trash Cars Play Beethoven: When you hear the melody of Beethoven, don’t rush out to get ice cream con. The melody is played to tell people that it’s time to drop out of their garbage.

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Some delicacies are mind-blowing: Taiwanese foods are delicious, but some street foods look kind of fearsome for the aliens.

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FAQ of Taiwan Family Trip

Q1: What’s the best way to travel in Taiwan?

A1: It depends on who you go travel with. If you are with kids and seniors, it’s better to drive or to have chartered service.

Q2: Is there any outdoor activity suitable for family trip?

A2: There are easy hiking trails around Taipei. You can join our tour: Hidden Gems Around Taipei. Also, you can take our blog: 5 Selected Waterfalls for You to Explore Around Taipei for reference.

Q3: When is the best time to visit Taiwan?

A3: There are various views and activities in different seasons. As far as the weather issue is concerned, spring and fall are better times for visitors. (In Taiwan, summer can be humid and sweltering; In northern and eastern Taiwan, winter can be rainy most of the time.)

Q4: How long does it take to travel around Taiwan?

A4: If you want an in-depth tour to see all the worth-visiting spots, it may take 10 to 14 days. If you just want to see the must-visit spots, then 5 to 7 days may be enough.

  • Taipei and surrounding towns like Jiufen: 3-4 days
  • The interior highlands: 2-6 days (including 1-2 days for Taroko National Park, 1-2 days for Sun Moon Lake, and 1-2 days for Yushan/Alishan area)
  • East coast (driving along the scenic ocean roads): 2-3 days
  • The south (Tainan, Kaohsiung, and Kenting): 3-4 days

最後修改日期: 10 月 23, 2023