Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan situated at the northern tip of the island. The population in Taiwan is estimated to be over 2.7 million people, and it is the fourth biggest administrative area after Taichung, Kaohsiung, and New Taipei.
The perfect time to fly from Singapore to Taipei is from June to August which is during the summer season. It is the off-peak period for the visitors because the visitors can get a budget trip, hotel discounts, and the flight ticket price is much lower. The visitors can also go to a few festivals during Ghost month in July. The visitors need to be prepared to sweat a lot since the weather will be hot and humid. For the visitors who want to have a little bit cooler weather, the visitors can get to Taipei during the fall.
The only main airport in Singapore is the Singapore Changi Airport. This airport has four terminals which consist of international and domestic flights. Among the flights that make their route to Singapore airport are American Airlines, British Airways, Etihad, Malindo Air, AirAsia and many more. This airport is located only 24 minutes away from the main island of Singapore. The journey from Singapore to Taipei takes about 4 hours. The visitors will land at Taoyuan International Airport which is the main airport of Taipei. There are two terminals in the airport. The first terminal receives flights from Scoot and China Airlines. The second terminal receives flights from EVA Air and Singapore Airlines. The visitors can easily grab a taxi at the airport entrance and get to Taipei city with 36 minutes of driving.
Singapore has a tropical climate, rainfall, and monsoon season. There are two monsoon seasons in Singapore such as the Southwest Monsoon Season from June to September and the Northeast Monsoon Season from December to March. Singapore flights will not operate when the weather is bad, and the same goes for the Taipei flights. The climate in Taipei is subtropical. The best time to visit Taipei is during the fall from September to November because the weather is cooler and less rainfall. Then, the weather will be hot and humid during the summer season. Taipei will start to get colder from December to February. From March to May, Taipei has a mild temperature during the spring season.
1. Taipei 101 - Taipei 101 is the tallest green building in the world. This 101-storey building with a height of 508 metres is designed to fight the earthquakes and typhoons in Taiwan. The visitors need to purchase a ticket to see a panoramic view from the observation deck and make a tour of their museum. Taipei 101 also houses a shopping mall, restaurants, and a few stores.
2. Yangmingshan National Park - Yangmingshan National Park is a popular destination for hiking trails and its beautiful cherry blossoms. There will be hiking trails to Mount Qixing from Xiaoyoukeng. Mount Qixing has the highest peak of Taipei city. The hiking trails continue to Qixing Park, Menghuan Pond, and Lengshuikeng. Along the way, the visitors can appreciate a stunning view of the surrounding area.
3. National Palace Museum - National Palace Museum was officially opened to the public in 1965. This museum has displayed over 600000 collections of ancient Chinese artefacts and artworks. The visitors can see that this museum uses the latest digital technology to preserve their collections and to enhance their tour experience for the visitors.