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Are you looking for cheap flights to Taipei? At Crystal Travel get ready to find a wide range of cheap flights from London to Taipei. With us, you are always just a click away from securing the cheap flights to Taipei. Find the best deals and attractive discounts on your choice of flight. We believe in making your travel memorable, by constantly updating you with the latest flight updates. Once you land on the Crystal Travel website, it is easy to lock the cheap flight deal with your favourite airline. Explore the best of Taiwanese capital by booking cheap tickets to Taipei.

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Book Cheap Flight Tickets to Taipei

Your search for cheap tickets to Taipei ends at Crystal Travel. We know that higher travel chargers have a taxing impact on your holiday budget. To avoid this, we offer you the cheapest flight so that you can enjoy your stay to the fullest. Taipei the capital of Taiwan is an ultra-modern city featuring skyscrapers and upscale shopping spots. If you are looking to escape this scintillating destination, then the best way is by availing cheap airfares. With us, we not only offer cheap flight tickets but also provide you with tips to secure a one. The best way to find a cheap flight is by booking tickets in advance. Majority of flights offer huge discounts on advance ticket bookings.

At present, there are 7 direct flights to Taipei from London. An average flight takes 13 hours and 05 minutes to cover a distance of 60, 67 miles. The best-rated airlines on this route are KLM, Emirates, China Airlines, Vietnam Airlines and XiamenAir.

About Taipei

Taipei is one of the most stunning destinations in South East Asia and is favourite amongst the tourists. The destination is cherished for its scintillating natural beauty and colonial past. The city is also Taiwan’s political and financial centre with a home to more than 5000 temples. One of the tallest buildings in the world – Taipei 101, is also located in the city. If you are planning a holiday to the city then get ready for an incredible stay. There is so much to explore and indulge in an array of activities such as scuba diving and more. The city is also home to colossal malls, boutiques, restaurants and bars.

If you are an art lover then there is so much to explore from National Palace Museum where you can find approximately 70000 Chinese artefacts. Other major attractions dotting the city are National Concert Hall, the President Office Building, and the National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall.

Best Time to Visit Taipei

If you are planning a trip to Taipei, it is better to be familiar with the city's weather. The month of June, July and August are known to boost hot and humid climate. During these months there are high chances of getting cheap airfares. In June, the Dragon Boat Festival is a major event, which attracts people from across the globe. If you are looking for a cooler climate, you can book your flight in September. October to November witness rainfall. December is again the best time to visit Taipei due to the favourable climate. New Year celebration with a fireworks display from Taipei 101 attracts a colossal crowd.

High Season: December is the most popular time to fly.

Low Season: May to June is the best time to beat the crowds.

Best Places to Visit in Taipei

Shilin Night Market: The Shilin Night Market in Taipei is a great place to go and explore varied local delicacies it has. It is a crowded market with people gorging on skewered squid, grilled chicken hearts, oyster omelettes and tofu.

Beitou Hot Springs: The whole of Taipei is full of hot springs dotting the city. Beitou Hot springs are undoubtedly is one of the best places to visit and enjoy the Japanese style bath with tea gardens close to the place. Depending on your budget you can opt for the bath and relax your body.

Taipei 101: The Taipei 101 is a major landmark in Taiwan. The building until the completion of Burj Khalifa in 2010 was the tallest skyscraper in the world. Its observatory deck on the 88th and 89th floor and also an Outdoor Observation deck on the 91st floor offer a beautiful and sweeping view of the city and miles of landscape.

Elephant Mountain: The Elephant Mountain offers a refreshing nature trail for tourists. Get the enthralling view of the Taipei 101 from the mountain. The forest covered mountain also forms a ride around the city, making it possible for the tourists to walk and enjoy the captivating beauty.

National Palace Museum: The museum is a must visit to see the world’s biggest collection of Chinese art. See the various Buddhist artefacts and peculiar artwork such as displayed at the museum. It is also the site for various international exhibitions, the museum showcases an insight into ancient Chinese cultures, such as the calligraphy and hanging scrolls.

Rock Climb at Long Dong: The Long Dong cave is a great place to go for some adventure rock climbing. Nicknamed “Dragon Cave”, due to the formation of one of the rocks, the place is also famous among the divers and snorkelers.

Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial: The Memorial a popular tourist spot was built in the memory of Taiwan’s former president Chiang Kai-Shek. The memorial has the National Concert Hall and National Theatre. Also, it has a museum separately honouring the Chiang’s life. The memorial is also great to take a leisurely walk or try Tai Chi with locals who frequent the park regularly.

Xingtian Temple: The Xingtian Temple in Taiwan is dedicated to Guangdong, the god of war and martial art. Also, it is one of the most visited temples featuring fortune telling oracle blocks. The temple is also known for its dragon’s sculptures featuring extensively in the temple design. It was constructed in the year 1967, and to curb pollution the temple banded the burning of incense.

Daan Forest Park: The Daan Forest Park is a great breather especially for locals featuring greenery and open space in the heart of the city. The park, a great place to leisurely walk and enjoys everyday life watching locals perform martial arts and more. The place also has a park with turtles and ducks perfect to take out the kids.

Fort San Domingo: The colonial era fort was constructed by the Spanish in the seventeenth century. The fort has been in control of various colonial entities such as the Dutch, Chinese, British and American forces. Inside the fort, there are interesting exhibits and due to its hillside location making it perfect for a sunset click.

Airport serving London & Taipei

London: London is served by six airports: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Some airports are in proximity compare to others. Every London airport is served by at least two public transport. You could choose from the wide range of transport that suits best to you. If you are looking for an affordable transport network than National Express coach service available from Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport and Stansted Airport. You can also take a Tube and DLR from Heathrow Airport and London City Airport. From Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport you can also board mainline train service. Taxi services are available from all five airports, but it could cost you more.

Taipei: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is the primary airport serving the Taipei city. The airport is located 30 km away from the city centre. The Taoyuan Airport MRT, freeway buses, airport shuttle, taxis and cabs are available to exit the airport and reach the city centre.

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