Home
/
Flights
/
Manila to Taipei
Route desktop cover image
Flight from Manila to Taipei

Flying to Taipei

Things to know before you go
Cheapest one-way flight
₱ 3,248.83
Cheapest round-trip flight
₱ 5,472.44
Cheapest month to fly
June
Shortest flight duration

2 hr(s), 10 mins

Traveloka helps you find cheap and promo flights to Taipei (TPE)

Airline

Schedule

Price from

Cebu Pacific
Saturday, 11 May 2024
₱ 3,248.83
Cebu Pacific, Tigerair Taiwan
Wednesday, 08 May 2024
₱ 6,852.75
Cebu Pacific, Starlux
Friday, 17 May 2024
₱ 8,661.26
EVA Air
Saturday, 20 Apr 2024
₱ 9,542.84
Jeju Air
Tuesday, 23 Apr 2024
₱ 13,241.00
Royal Brunei Airlines
Monday, 22 Apr 2024
₱ 20,647.00
EVA Air , Xiamen Air
Monday, 22 Apr 2024
₱ 30,356.00
EVA Air , China Eastern Airlines
Friday, 10 May 2024
₱ 37,091.37
EVA Air , Cathay Pacific
Sunday, 21 Apr 2024
₱ 50,688.78
EVA Air , China Eastern Airlines, Xiamen Air
Tuesday, 23 Apr 2024
₱ 75,189.00

Find the cheapest time to fly to Taipei (TPE)

Here is the cheapest month - or even day - to fly to Taipei (TPE)

Top Hotels in Taipei

Tomorrow Hotel
Tomorrow Hotel
Ximen Holiday Fun Hotel
Ximen Holiday Fun Hotel
Hotel Midtown Richardson
Hotel Midtown Richardson
Hotel 6 - Wannien
Hotel 6 - Wannien
Liho Hotel - Hankou
Liho Hotel - Hankou
Taipei M Hotel - Main Station
Taipei M Hotel - Main Station
See all Hotels

Why book with Traveloka?

One place for all your needs

From flights, stays, to sights, just count on our complete products and Travel Guides.

Flexible booking options

Sudden change of plan? No worries! Reschedule or Refund without hassle.

Secure & convenient payment

Enjoy many secure ways to pay, in the currency that's most convenient for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a flight ticket from Manila to Taipei?
Planning to take off from Manila to Taipei? Grab your ticket on Traveloka with prices starting from ₱ 2,678.86, along with additional discounts & promos that can be found on our promo page.
How early should I get to the airport for a domestic & international flight?
For domestic flights, we recommend arriving at the airport at least 2 hours before your scheduled departure time. For international flights, aim to be at the airport at least 3 hours prior to ensure smooth check-in, security checks, and to account for any unexpected delays. It’s better to be early and relaxed than rushing at the last minute right?
When is the best time to buy airline tickets?
Timing is everything when it comes to grabbing airline tickets. Typically, it’s best to book around 4-6 weeks in advance for domestic flights and 2-3 months for international routes. But the prices also depend on the travel demand, seasonality, and major events. You can always monitor the fare trends on Traveloka and set alerts to catch the best deals or promotions!
What is the cheapest day to fly to Taipei?
Looking for the best deals to Taipei? Historically, midweek flights (particularly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays), tend to be cheaper due to lower demand. However, airfares can fluctuate so we recommend keeping an eye on flight prices and being flexible with your travel dates. Booking in advance can be one the hacks to travel to Taipei without breaking the bank!
What information do I need to know when booking a flight?
When booking a flight, every choice sets the tone for your trip. From the preferred flight route – be it direct or with layovers – to the in-flight experience – whether you opt for a standard economy seat or a luxurious first-class journey – and understanding baggage limits, there's a lot to weigh. Other considerations include travel insurance and the airline's booking policies.
How far in advance should I book an international flight?
For international flights, it’s wise to start your search about 5-6 months ahead with the optimal booking window being around 3-4 months before departure. This period often provides a balance between good fares and a reasonable choice of flight times and routes. But please note that several factors such as destination popularity, peak travel season, and regional major events can influence the timeline.
Do I need a passport and visa to fly between Manila to Taipei?
Traveling from Manila to Taipei typically requires specific documents. For international flights, a passport is almost always necessary. However, for domestic flights, neither a passport nor a visa is usually required, but an official ID will be needed. The necessity of a visa depends on the traveler's citizenship and Taipei's entry regulations. It's crucial to verify visa requirements, as rules can differ between countries.
Why should I book my flight with Traveloka?
Booking flight tickets with Traveloka can feel like diving into an ocean of options! Our platform provides the most comprehensive choices to ensure you find the perfect flight for your adventure. With our smooth booking process, you'll also be provided with a variety of payment methods. Anxious about transacting online? We've got you covered with our top-tier security for each transaction! With Traveloka, your flight booking journey becomes hassle-free!
How long does it take to fly from Manila to Taipei?
2 hour(s) and 10 minutes is the shortest flight time from Manila to Taipei.

Flight from Manila to Taipei

Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is the most populous city in the country. This city is famously known for its endless gigantic food markets, wild nightlife, spacious parks, interesting and quirky museums, and beautiful mountains. It just perfectly combines culture, nature, wonderful people, and affordability to attract tourists to visit them. It takes around 2.5 hours of flying time to travel from Manila to Taipei. This will differ based on the airlines and routes taken as well. Considering Traveloka offers various airline options such as Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, AirAsia, Emirates, and more, you have plenty to choose from. Some of the best attractions there are in Taipei such as the National Palace Museum, Longshan Temple, and Taipei 101.

When is the best time to fly from Manila to Taipei?

Taipei is generally warm throughout the year, but there is a certain period of the year that is good enough to do both outdoor and/or indoor activities. The usual period where Taipei is open for visiting is from early October to early December. This will be the optimum period to go on a holiday here in Taipei. The temperature will usually vary from 14°C to 34°C and is rarely below 10°C or above 36°C. Maybe to get the best time where you are not at the peak of the holiday season in Taipei, you can plan a travel to Taipei close to early October or December, just before the holiday peak starts.

Operating airlines available in Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp including both domestic and international carriers. Such airlines include Philippine Airlines, Jetstar, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Qatar Airways, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and many more. For further information in regards to travel safety during the pandemic can be referred to Traveloka’s travel requirements and guidelines during COVID-19.

What are the main airports available in Taipei?

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the main airport operating in Taipei. It is 48 km away from Taipei. The trip via car or any public land transportation will take around 45 minutes from the airport to the main city. The traveling time will only differ depending on the traffic condition at the time of the travel. Some of the airport facilities you can find at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport include check-in facilities, free wi-fi, duty-free outlets, restaurants, ATMs, baggage storage, and a lost & found center.

Highlights in Taipei.

National Palace Museum - Located in Taipei, National Palace Museum is the largest and home to the finest collection of Chinese art in the world. It houses over 70,000 artifacts including treasures in painting, calligraphy, statuary, bronzes, lacquerware, ceramics, jade, and religious objects. The museum also offers free guided tours in English for foreign tourists. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to the National Palace Museum. The National Palace Museum is 10 km away from Taipei and 47 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 25 minutes to drive from Taipei to the National Palace Museum and around 45 minutes from the airport. The National Palace Museum opens daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm to visit and closes on Monday. The entrance fee ranges from free to TWD820 based on the type of ticket.

Longshan Temple - Founded in 1738 by Han immigrants from Fujian, Longshan Temple has served as a municipal, guild, and self-defense center, as well as a house of worship. This temple was built to honor the goddess of mercy, Guanyin. It also houses over 100 statues worshipping other Chinese folk deities. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to Longshan Temple. Longshan Temple is 8 km away from Taipei and 45 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 25 minutes to drive from Taipei to the Longshan Temple and around 50 minutes from the airport. Longshan Temple opens daily from 6.00 am to 10.00 pm to visit with no entrance fee.

Taipei 101 - Opened in 2004, Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world until 2011 when the Burj Khalifa took its place. Standing tall at 508 m high, there is a decent food court in the basement of the tower and the first five floors are taken up by one of Taipei’s swankiest malls. The highlight of this tower is the indoor observation decks which are located on the 88th and 89th floors while the outdoor deck is on the 91st floor where you can see the entire Taiwan city. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to Taipei 101. Taipei 101 is 1 km away from Taipei and 51 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 2 minutes to drive from Taipei to Taipei 101 and around 50 minutes from the airport. Taipei 101 opens daily from 11.00 am to 7.00 pm to visit. The entrance fee to Taipei 101 Observatory ranges from free to TWD600 based on the type of ticket.

Travel tips to Taipei.

Less is Best when Traveling

We are not going minimalist here, but minimalism can help you get more things done. To determine how many you should bring with you, you should always go back to the question of where and what. Where are you going? What will you be doing? This will bring you back to consider if you do a lot of walking, then it is best to bring something you are comfortable with. The key example is to wear your everyday clothes because you know what you are comfortable with to go about your day. Don’t overthink too much in a “just in case” situation because that is the number one trap to bring more with you and in the end, it will just make your bag heavier with things you can either reuse or get easier there.

Always Stay In Touch

Despite the beauty of the world, it is not necessarily a safe one. Even if you are doing a solo trip, always keep in touch with your family and/or friends. Let them have a copy of your itinerary so that they have an idea of where you are. Keep them close in contact each day and let them know when you are changing locations during your trip.

Bring Extra ATM & Credit Cards During Your Travel

There is a saying that doesn’t keep all your money with you when you travel, but that doesn’t mean you should not bring extra money at all. Keep extra credit and atm cards with you when you travel. This will help greatly when things go south and believe me, it probably will. Keeping cards instead of cash with your person is better and safer.

How to Book with Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp

Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp is the leading lifestyle SuperApp in Southeast Asia with over 100,000 flight routes offered and more than 100,000 hotels across the map. Traveloka gives you the best of both services, right from your fingertips. Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp gives you the convenience you need when you are doing your flight search and flight booking. We always keep our user experience in mind when we build the mobile application system to ensure every user has a great experience using it.

Booking might be hard on certain online travel agency platforms, but Traveloka has its ways of making it easy for customers to book their flights.

Search your flight

From either the mobile app or the desktop, you will be able to easily search for your flights by filtering the necessary information such as travel date, trip type for either one-way or return, etc.

Choose and Book a flight

You will be given information about the airline name, flight schedule, and ticket price once you arrived at the flight search results page. You can further refine your searches based on the filters you set.

Fill in Contact Information and Passenger Details

If you already have an account with Traveloka, you will be able to fill in your details in advance, thus when it is time to fill in your contact information and passenger details, you can just click on the information.

Complete Your Payment

From the many payment methods available, choose one that best suits you.

Receive Your E-ticket

Within 60 minutes after your payment is confirmed, we will send your e-ticket to your email.

Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is the most populous city in the country. This city is famously known for its endless gigantic food markets, wild nightlife, spacious parks, interesting and quirky museums, and beautiful mountains. It just perfectly combines culture, nature, wonderful people, and affordability to attract tourists to visit them. It takes around 2.5 hours of flying time to travel from Manila to Taipei. This will differ based on the airlines and routes taken as well. Considering Traveloka offers various airline options such as Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, AirAsia, Emirates, and more, you have plenty to choose from. Some of the best attractions there are in Taipei such as the National Palace Museum, Longshan Temple, and Taipei 101.

When is the best time to fly from Manila to Taipei?

Taipei is generally warm throughout the year, but there is a certain period of the year that is good enough to do both outdoor and/or indoor activities. The usual period where Taipei is open for visiting is from early October to early December. This will be the optimum period to go on a holiday here in Taipei. The temperature will usually vary from 14°C to 34°C and is rarely below 10°C or above 36°C. Maybe to get the best time where you are not at the peak of the holiday season in Taipei, you can plan a travel to Taipei close to early October or December, just before the holiday peak starts.

Operating airlines available in Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp including both domestic and international carriers. Such airlines include Philippine Airlines, Jetstar, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Qatar Airways, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and many more. For further information in regards to travel safety during the pandemic can be referred to Traveloka’s travel requirements and guidelines during COVID-19.

What are the main airports available in Taipei?

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the main airport operating in Taipei. It is 48 km away from Taipei. The trip via car or any public land transportation will take around 45 minutes from the airport to the main city. The traveling time will only differ depending on the traffic condition at the time of the travel. Some of the airport facilities you can find at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport include check-in facilities, free wi-fi, duty-free outlets, restaurants, ATMs, baggage storage, and a lost & found center.

Highlights in Taipei.

National Palace Museum - Located in Taipei, National Palace Museum is the largest and home to the finest collection of Chinese art in the world. It houses over 70,000 artifacts including treasures in painting, calligraphy, statuary, bronzes, lacquerware, ceramics, jade, and religious objects. The museum also offers free guided tours in English for foreign tourists. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to the National Palace Museum. The National Palace Museum is 10 km away from Taipei and 47 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 25 minutes to drive from Taipei to the National Palace Museum and around 45 minutes from the airport. The National Palace Museum opens daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm to visit and closes on Monday. The entrance fee ranges from free to TWD820 based on the type of ticket.

Longshan Temple - Founded in 1738 by Han immigrants from Fujian, Longshan Temple has served as a municipal, guild, and self-defense center, as well as a house of worship. This temple was built to honor the goddess of mercy, Guanyin. It also houses over 100 statues worshipping other Chinese folk deities. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to Longshan Temple. Longshan Temple is 8 km away from Taipei and 45 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 25 minutes to drive from Taipei to the Longshan Temple and around 50 minutes from the airport. Longshan Temple opens daily from 6.00 am to 10.00 pm to visit with no entrance fee.

Taipei 101 - Opened in 2004, Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world until 2011 when the Burj Khalifa took its place. Standing tall at 508 m high, there is a decent food court in the basement of the tower and the first five floors are taken up by one of Taipei’s swankiest malls. The highlight of this tower is the indoor observation decks which are located on the 88th and 89th floors while the outdoor deck is on the 91st floor where you can see the entire Taiwan city. It will be a great loss to miss a visit to Taipei 101. Taipei 101 is 1 km away from Taipei and 51 km from the main airport. It will take roughly 2 minutes to drive from Taipei to Taipei 101 and around 50 minutes from the airport. Taipei 101 opens daily from 11.00 am to 7.00 pm to visit. The entrance fee to Taipei 101 Observatory ranges from free to TWD600 based on the type of ticket.

Travel tips to Taipei.

Less is Best when Traveling

We are not going minimalist here, but minimalism can help you get more things done. To determine how many you should bring with you, you should always go back to the question of where and what. Where are you going? What will you be doing? This will bring you back to consider if you do a lot of walking, then it is best to bring something you are comfortable with. The key example is to wear your everyday clothes because you know what you are comfortable with to go about your day. Don’t overthink too much in a “just in case” situation because that is the number one trap to bring more with you and in the end, it will just make your bag heavier with things you can either reuse or get easier there.

Always Stay In Touch

Despite the beauty of the world, it is not necessarily a safe one. Even if you are doing a solo trip, always keep in touch with your family and/or friends. Let them have a copy of your itinerary so that they have an idea of where you are. Keep them close in contact each day and let them know when you are changing locations during your trip.

Bring Extra ATM & Credit Cards During Your Travel

There is a saying that doesn’t keep all your money with you when you travel, but that doesn’t mean you should not bring extra money at all. Keep extra credit and atm cards with you when you travel. This will help greatly when things go south and believe me, it probably will. Keeping cards instead of cash with your person is better and safer.

How to Book with Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp

Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp is the leading lifestyle SuperApp in Southeast Asia with over 100,000 flight routes offered and more than 100,000 hotels across the map. Traveloka gives you the best of both services, right from your fingertips. Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp gives you the convenience you need when you are doing your flight search and flight booking. We always keep our user experience in mind when we build the mobile application system to ensure every user has a great experience using it.

Booking might be hard on certain online travel agency platforms, but Traveloka has its ways of making it easy for customers to book their flights.

Search your flight

From either the mobile app or the desktop, you will be able to easily search for your flights by filtering the necessary information such as travel date, trip type for either one-way or return, etc.

Choose and Book a flight

You will be given information about the airline name, flight schedule, and ticket price once you arrived at the flight search results page. You can further refine your searches based on the filters you set.

Fill in Contact Information and Passenger Details

If you already have an account with Traveloka, you will be able to fill in your details in advance, thus when it is time to fill in your contact information and passenger details, you can just click on the information.

Complete Your Payment

From the many payment methods available, choose one that best suits you.

Receive Your E-ticket

Within 60 minutes after your payment is confirmed, we will send your e-ticket to your email.

Flight-route-introduction-image
Flight Duration

2 hr(s) 10 mins

Airline Partners

Domestic & International Airline Partners
We are partnering with various airlines across the globe to get you to wherever you need to be.

Payment Partners

We are partnering with the most reliable payment service providers to make sure every transaction is smooth and worry-free!

For all your unique travel choices, we've got you!

Popular Route from Manila (MNL)

Popular Route from Taipei (TPE)

Top Domestic Destinations

Top International Destinations

Indonesia (Bahasa Indonesia)
Indonesia (English)
Malaysia (English)
Malaysia (Bahasa Melayu)
Singapore (English)
Thailand (English)
Thailand (ภาษาไทย)
Vietnam (English)
Vietnam (Vietnamese)
Australia (English)
Philippines (English)
Stay updated with travel tips, recommendations, and latest promos.
Subscribe to Newsletter

Have your dream trip at your fingertips. Get The App.