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International business class flights to Taiwan are a great way to make the long flight to this mystical country seem shorter. Business class flights are comfortable and offer you great meals and free alcoholic beverages. Your seat will allow you to actually sleep laying down during your flight. International business class flights to Taiwan offer you too many luxuries to list. It is also a great way to test out the higher end travel options available to consumers, without paying the high ticket prices of the first class cabin. There are business class flights to work with any budget and you can find cheap and inexpensive international business class tickets that work with any budget. Before you purchase your coach or economy vacation, take a look at some of the great deals, even cheap offers on international business class tickets to Taiwan.


Which Airport in Taiwan Should I Choose as my Destination Aiport?


Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, TPE is the best option for you to find great deals on affordable business class tickets to Taiwan. This airport is the busiest airport in Taiwan and serves more than 42 million passengers each year. There will be plenty of flights arriving at this airport for you to choose from. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, TPE, is located near Taiwan and works with all major airlines and air carriers. This airport has incredible services and amenities and is a great choice to travel via a business class flight. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, TPE will make sourcing affordable business class flights to Taiwan easy.



Top Ten Things to See and Things to Do in Taiwan


  1. Daan Forest Park- Based on New York’s Central Park, Daan Forest Park is an oasis in the heart of the city. This 64 acres of natural green urban park features green space, ponds, and a skating rink. There is also an amphitheater, jungle gym and playgrounds with swings. You will see locals jogging or enjoying a picnic on the grass.
  2. Elephant Mountain- Looking for hiking and great views of the city? Head over to Elephant Mountain where after a rigorous hike you are rewarded with incredible city panoramas. Best times to visit for memorable views are at sunrise or sunset, but to avoid crowds, come anytime outside of those hours. You won’t regret it.
  3. Liberty Square- Located in Zhongzheng is Liberty Square which is the heart and soul of Taipei City. Liberty Square is where locals congregate to protest any social or political issue. If there is a special guest visiting Taiwan, they are typically brought to the square. If not meeting for a special event, then locals are playing mahjong, practicing t’ai chi or just hanging out with friends here. The best way to arrive at the square is through Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall MRT train station.
  4. Taipei 101- At one point in time this was the tallest building in the world. It held this title for six years from 2004 until 2010 when it was Dubai’s Burj Khalifa surpassed it in height. Taipei 101 is 1,667 feet tall and can be seen from almost any location in Taipei. Although not the tallest building any longer, it still boasts the fastest elevator in the world which takes you to the 89th-floor observatory level. If you are brave enough, there is an outdoor deck on this floor with bird-like views of the city. There is an atrium shopping mall to pick up a coffee or souvenir to commemorate your visit.
  5. National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall- Built to honor Taiwan’s National Party leader, this hall features extraordinary bronze statues of the leader and exhibits to provide you with a glimpse into this controversial figures life. Visit in the early morning and you will see a large crowd practicing tai chi in unison. Chinese ponds surround the hall along with serene gardens.
  6. National Theatre and Concert Hall- Built in traditional Chinese architectural style, you might think you are stepping into a converted temple from hundreds of years ago. Actually, the twin buildings were completed in 1987. The National Theater and Concert Halls are performing venues showcasing Taiwanese artists and famous entertainers including Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift. Local festivals, like the Taipei International Arts and Taipei Film festivals, are held here too.
  7. Themed restaurants- Taipei is known for having an irreverent side to its dining options. For a one of kind eccentric dining experience try one of the strange themed restaurants like the Barbie Doll Café or Hello Kitty Sweets for desserts. There is even the Modern Toilet where soups and salads are served in small replicas of porcelain toilets.
  8. Huashan 1914 Creative Park- Located in a rundown and abandoned winery and sake distillery, is this artist and hipster scene called Huashan 1914 Creative Park. The collection of buildings has been converted into restaurants, shops, bars, cafes,  and pop-up art shows. Exposed beams, high warehouse ceilings, and exposed brick walls make for a very open and inviting space.
  9. Harajuku of Taipei- The Ximending Youth shopping district is an experience in color and wonder. This is where the youth and the chic groups go shopping for the latest fashion styles, attend live music events, eat at trendy restaurants, boutique cafe, or go bar hopping. Built during the Japanese period as a recreation center, it is now a certified attraction for the youth.
  10. Gongguan Night Market- Located along the Da’an District and Zhongzheng District border is one of the best, biggest and most interesting night markets in Taipei. With its close proximity to National Taiwan University, the crowd is distinctly younger than most. This is probably why the food here is more Southwest Asian than traditional Taiwanese. Food vendors line the street selling specialties like pan-fried buns, Cantonese-style roasted duck, and bubble tea.



When is the Right Time to Travel and When Should I Purchase my Tickets?


There is not really a right or wrong time to travel. There is a high season for traveling and it is generally the summer months. These months offer mild weather, but they do cause attractions to be crowded and can drive the price of hotels and airfare up.


The best plan of action is to check when you can travel. If you are limited in the time and the number of days you can travel this year, then you’ll need to work with your own schedule. If that means you can only travel in July, then you need to stick to that and only look in July. Don’t look at what deals are offered in October or February if you can only travel in July. Also, check the weather before you plan any trip. Winter months make for really great winter activities. But Winter months don’t make great trips if you don’t like being outside when the weather is cold. Plan accordingly. Be creative and remember a vacation is supposed to recharge your batteries and inspire you. Be ready for the planning process to take some time. It is always better to read everything twice, write it down, and then map out your ideas day by day. Then go back and purchase everything. Now you’re ready. Time to get started!

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