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Taipei is the capital and the largest city in Taiwan located along the Tamsui River in the Taipei Basin. It is a tough little city which is a melting pot of Chinese, Japanese Southeast Asian and American influences which all make it a beautiful living museum. Its oddness is one of the charms that attract visitors to visit it and enjoy a fun-packed holiday. Another aspect that attracts visitors here is its many studio apartments don’t have kitchens. Eating out is cheap, casual and tasty and is one of the best ways to understand the Taiwanese culture. Great care has been taken to make the city a liveable place for people with great public transport facility, availability of coffees shops and free umbrella for the rainy season etc make it a clean and green city worth visit. So hurry! Pack your bags now and book flights to Taipei now. Search and compare cheap flights from London to Taipei with Flight Office.
Among the major attractions in Taipei start your sightseeing tour to Taipei with a visit to Taipei 101 Building the towering skyscraper to enjoy the panoramic view of the city. Don’t miss a visit to Shilin Night Market which is indisputably one of the most popular night markets where you can shop, feast and enjoy mingling with local crowds. Taiwan’s hot springs are not to be missed and there are plenty of them as well. The neighbouring Beitou is one of the best places to dive in which you can reach in half an hour on the MRT line for a quick afternoon’s soak as there are lots of luxury and low accommodations as well. The Millennium Hot Spring is also a reasonable public bath over here. Do visit the stunning National Palace Museum which is filled with the world’s largest collection of Chinese Art and often hosts a Prestigious International Exhibitions. Taiwan is primarily a Buddhist nation and one of the Buddhist temples that you must visit here is Xingtian dedicated to Guangdong, the God of wars and martial arts. Other amazing attractions that you must visit include Hiking at Mount Keelung, Bopiliao Old Street, sunset at Danshui, Trek on top of the Fort San Domingo etc.
When planning a trip to Taipei nothing deserves more attention than the weather. Taipei is located in Taiwan’s sub-tropical zone and thus does not have gigantic four-season temperature swings like European or North American cities. The best time to visit is between April - June, and September - November when the weather is pleasant, and the tourist season isn’t at its peak.
If you are looking for the best deals on flights to Taipei from the United Kingdom then flightoffice.co.uk offers you the best. Airlines that offer flights between both the destinations include KLM, Air China, Air France, Cathy Pacific, Eva Air, Vietnam Airlines, China Eastern, Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Emirates and Philippines Airlines etc. There are 7 nonstop flights between London and Taipei averaging one daily. China Airline is the most frequent flyer on this route.
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