Located in northern Taiwan, Taipei is the capital of the special municipality of Taiwan and has become one of the most visited cities in the world by tourists. Taipei is also the centre for government administration, economy and culture of the country, making it classified as a global metropolitan city. Among the factors that make Taipei an attractive and great holiday destination are its popular cultural landmarks and top-notch natural and modern attractions.
If you want to experience a comfortable journey touring around Taipei, winter may be a suitable time for you to visit. Winter in Taipei is cooling to mildly warm and great for any outdoor activities. On the other hand, the weather in summer is hot and humid. The summer season also coincides with a typhoon which may halt your plans touring in the city. Considering this situation, the winter season is peak season as it is favourable by tourists. To ensure you not missing out on exploring Taipei, visitors are highly advised to make your reservations beforehand.
Cotabato Airport – Cotabato Airport is a major domestic airport which serves Cotabato City, North Cotabato and Maguindanao. This airport, also known as Awang Airport, is located in the province of Maguindanao. At the moment, only three airlines are operating in Cotabato Airport. These airlines are Cebu Pacific, Cebgo and PAL Express. Cebu Pacific and PAL Express offer flights to Manila, whereas Cebgo to Zamboanga.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport – Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the largest and the main international airport serving Taipei and Taiwan. With passengers traffic of about 47 million annually, it is the busiest airport in Taiwan and tenth busiest airport for international traffic in the world. To cater to these high volumes of passengers, more than seventy airlines operate in Taiwan Taoyuan. Among these airlines include Tigerair Taiwan, Philippine Airlines and Philippine AirAsia. There are two terminals in this airport, both of which interconnected by Skytrain shuttles. To reach the city centre, passengers can choose to ride buses, MRT trains, high-speed rail or taxis.
Taipei experiences long summer and short winter seasons. Weather in summer is usually hot and humid with an average high temperature of 29 degrees centigrade. The hottest day may surge to 34 degrees celsius. Based on Taipei's geographical location, its summer is susceptible to the Pacific typhoon, which brings rainstorms from June to October. Rainfall is evenly distributed for the other months outside the summer season. Winter season is cooling compared to the rest of the year with an average temperature of 16 degrees centigrade.