Reasons Why You Should Visit Taiwan This 2020

Think about your travel goals for 2020 as you plan your year. If you’re looking to visit a new country or have an exciting vacation, consider heading over to the island state of Taiwan.

Some might ask “Where is Taiwan?” After all, you don’t want to end up booking a flight to a completely remote location—or maybe you do. Taiwan is an island located in East Asia. It’s situated east of China, south of Japan, and north of the Philippines. Taiwan is a predominantly mountainous island with many cities established by the coastal areas. As such, there are so many things to do in Taiwan for every kind of traveler.



Diverse Locations

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Taiwan’s geography provides so many unique experiences for those looking for variety in their travels. Cities like Taipei and Kaohsiung offer numerous urban adventures and great nightlife activities. And when the busy city life becomes overwhelming, there are many park spaces all over for people to enjoy a break.

Hoping for a more relaxing vacation? You can simply head out to the mountains to enjoy the scenery and natural beauty of Taiwan. And with technology now, it’s easy to travel to rural locations and stay connected with family and friends back home.



Affordable Travel

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One of the biggest challenges that come with planning a vacation is funding your trip. Fortunately, Taiwan is a very affordable destination. From accommodations to transportation and food, it’s easy to get the most out of your budget when you visit Taiwan.

When you book packages with KKday, you can enjoy even more savings and be able to plan out every part of your trip. From airport pick-up to various activities, it’s easy to set your Taiwan itinerary for 2020.



Cultural Enrichment

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Learning about different cultures and local history is one of the best things about traveling. Even with all the urban development in Taiwan, it’s easy to discover the country’s culture. As you explore around the island, you’ll see the many cultural influences from other countries throughout its development as well as the local culture that makes Taiwan different from its neighbors.

In fact, there are so many ways to experience Taiwan’s culture that doesn’t just involve visiting historic sites or museums. In this age, traditional crafts and modern technology can provide a memorable travel experience. Taiwan has so many unique experiences that travelers can enjoy this year.



Great Weather

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Thanks to its location, Taiwan enjoys a mostly warm climate year-round. Its summers are hot but not quite as hot as the tropical countries of Southeast Asia. Winter doesn’t get too cold and snow tends to fall only in the mountain areas in the northern part of the country. However, typhoon season, which lasts from July to September, should be avoided so none of your plans get ruined by the heavy rainfall.

While most of the year is a good time to visit Taiwan, it’s best to visit in November or April when the weather is nice and cool. It’s also a good idea to consider visiting during the cherry blossom season which happens from January all the way to April depending on the location. Though Japan is known for its cherry blossoms, Taiwan is quickly becoming a new destination for people who want to view the beautiful blooms. In fact, even Nantou has its own cherry blossom festival! Wuling Farm is emerging as a top cherry blossom destination, too! Book your Taiwan Cherry Blossom Tour now!


Culinary Oasis

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Many people don’t just enjoy traveling to visit new places or try particular activities. A lot of tourists want to indulge in local cuisine and experience new foods. And this is one of the best reasons to visit Taiwan in 2020.

Taiwanese cuisine has so many different influences, from China to Japan and even America. So many different flavors and cooking styles come together to create Taiwanese food. And it’s very easy to enjoy culinary delights throughout Taiwan. Explore the numerous night markets and discover tasty Taiwanese street food or treat yourself to reinvented Taiwanese cuisine at one of Taiwan’s many modern restaurants. Whatever your taste in food, Taiwan has something that will captivate your appetite.


If you’re ready to plan your Taiwan trip, have a look at KKday’s travel personality guide to help you get started. Visit Taiwan this 2020 and discover a new place to add to your favorite vacation spots.



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