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Flights from Taipei Taoyuan International Airport

Departing from Taipei Taoyuan International Airport is straightforward and comfortable. Transportation options to the airport are aplenty, including the Taiwan High-Speed Railway (THSR), which connects many destinations to the airport, as well as the comprehensive, reliable and inexpensive public bus services. Alternatively, visitors can also hire taxis, hotel shuttle buses or limousines to get to the airport.

To travel between Terminals 1 and 2, passengers can use either the shuttle buses or the Skytrain, both of which are offered free by the airport.

However, before you leave Taipei, don’t forget to check out these attractions!

Taipei Taoyuan International Airport

The airport itself is packed to the brim with shopping and dining options, hosting both international and local brands. Taiwan’s famed food selections are also available in the food court, where you can get a snapshot of all the culinary pleasures from the country. Want to learn more about Taiwan? The airport also offers educational and artistic displays on various Taiwanese subjects.

Taipei 101

One of the most famous buildings in the world, Taipei 101 offers a plethora of activities. The Taipei 101 Mall is a congregation of some of the best stores in the world, comparable to other renowned shopping areas such as Fifth Avenue in New York. For an awe-inspiring view of Taipei, go up to the Taipei 101 Observatory, where you can experience Taipei at knee-trembling heights, but with the comfort of binoculars and pre-recorded audio tour guides.

Xinming Night Market

Taipei at night is a totally different experience. The Xinming Night Market is a thriving and lively market filled with hundreds of stores selling both food and crafts. Even if none of the food options strike your fancy, simply walking through all the colour and bustle grants you an unforgettable time.

Wondering where to go after leaving Taipei? Look no further than these options!

Macau

Not far from Taipei is the cosmopolitan city of Macau. In addition to modern facilities, Macau is also home to a UNESCO World Heritage site – the Historic Centre of Macau, which contains more than 20 historically-significant monuments and areas. Macau is an intriguing mix of Chinese as well as Portuguese culture, and as a result exhibits interesting architecture, traditions and food.

Osaka, Japan

Known as the food capital of Japan, Osaka is the place for you to challenge your gastronomical expectations. Osaka’s food options cater to any traveller – from street vendors selling delicious local delights such as takoyaki (octopus balls) to high-end dining establishments. Apart from food, visitors should also check out Osaka Castle, a defining symbol of the city.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rich in culture and art, Amsterdam exudes a curiously quirky vibe. Fittingly perhaps, the estimated number of bikes in Amsterdam has surpassed its human population. Besides bicycles, Amsterdam is also filled with a number of architectural and engineering wonders, from canal houses to the more than 1,200 bridges. Amsterdam also houses numerous art collections, and the Van Gogh Museum, home to the largest collection of Van Gogh pieces, is not to be missed.

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