When it comes to Southeast Asian destinations that have it all, it’s hard to beat Taiwan. The home of bubble tea and a number of famous night markets, Taiwan’s capital of Taipei boasts some of the best food in the region.
If you’re in the mood for a more culture-centric vacation, the city also houses some of the most beautiful temples in Asia.
So if you’re planning a trip to Taiwan, check out our guide on flights to Taiwan.
Taiwan’s national carrier and its largest airline. Headquarters are located in Taoyuan International Airport.
The airline has collaborated with Michelin star chef Albert Tse to create inflight meals for its Business and First class passengers, so expect some world-class food options. But don’t worry, Economy passengers can expect some good meals too.
Get exclusive deals and perks when you become part of the Dynasty Flyer Program. Perks include a dedicated airport check-in counter, VIP lounge access, and priority baggage handling.
The flag carrier of the Philippines, PAL operates to 41 international destinations and 31 domestic destinations. Though a little bit more expensive than budget airline rates, what you get in terms of quality of service can’t be beat.
Thanks to PAL’s Food Festivals in the Sky, the airline’s collaboration with renowned chefs to develop delicious meals for its flights, you can enjoy world-class dining at 40,000 feet.
Before you start your Taiwan journey, purchase PAL’s pocket WiFi service myPAL Roam, which offers affordable Internet packages (for as low as PHP 200/day) when you go overseas.
Established in 2006, its main hub is at Hong Kong International Airport. The airline flies to over 30 cities, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
The airline prides itself in promoting traditional cuisine, so expect Chinese cookies and traditional Hong Kong-style tofu desserts with your meal.
Avail of the airline’s AirPass for up to 50 percent off when you purchase three to five sets of roundtrip tickets. Definitely something to consider if you’re a frequent flyer.
A Taiwanese airline based in Taoyuan Airport in Taipei, it flies to over 40 international destinations in Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia.
Eva Air’s inflight meal options are highly rated and offer a range of choices from Western to Eastern cuisine. Similar to other airlines, if you have any dietary restrictions, contact the airline at least 24 hours before your flight to notify them and choose special meal option.
Get a range of benefits when you avail of the airline’s Infinity MileageLands membership, from class upgrades to increased baggage allowance.
Now that you’re up to speed on the best way to get there, here are a few tips on how to make the time you spend at Taoyuan International Airport as hassle and stress-free as possible.
Taoyuan International Airport offers a range of activities and amenities to make the time you spend there worthwhile.
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