Cheap flights to Taipei
The capital of Taiwan and home to more than 7 million people, Taipei certainly manages to squash a fair bit of adventure into its city limits. If you’ve ever visited Hong Kong you’re likely to enjoy your time in Taipei, the cities are eerily similar in some respects with super shopping malls to satiate your spending appetite, but plenty of hiking options on the outskirts too. If you’re looking to unwind, Taipei has a couple of natural hot springs where you move your way through pools that gradually increase in temperature until you’re sitting in what the locals would describe as 'tea-hot' water. Take a trip to Taipei with cheap flights from Students Flights to immerse yourself in Taiwanese bubble tea!
Flights from Australia to Taipei disembark at 2 major international hubs - Chiang Kai-Shek Airport (TPE) and Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA). To get from the airport to your accommodation and city centre, a range of public transport and taxis are at your disposal. Most hotels and resorts will also offer a shuttle service. Speak to your Student Flights consultant for advice on private transfers.
Flights from Australia to Taipei usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne as well as other services from most capital cities, including Darwin and Adelaide. A direct flight from Sydney to Taipei flight takes approximately 9 to 10 hours. Flying with China Eastern Airways or Qantas, expect a stopover in Shanghai, but some Qantas flights will also be direct – ask your Student Flights consultant about the cheapest or most direct routes to Taipei. During the flight, airlines will often provide drinks and meals as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Taipei
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Taipei:
Taipei Holiday Packages
Taipei is a shopper's and hiker's delight and the dedicated team at Student Flights has a a range of holiday packages to ensure your accommodation and transfers are all taken care of during your stay. Ask us about what you can bundle into your Taipei holiday package.
Taiwan’s capital of Taipei is not only jam-packed with travel adventures, but with people too, many of whom live in the city to work in the country’s largest cultural and government centres. Taipei is split into several districts, like Beitou – which is famous for its hot springs, and Shilin, which has excellent museums and the famous National Palace Museum itself. Nangang is known for its IT industrial complexes, and you will find tea plantations in Wenshan and shopping malls galore in Neihu. If you're travelling here, ensure a visit to the night markets is on your agenda. Taipei offers a delectable array of food options at the night markets alongside souvenir shops and clothing stores. If you want the evening revelry to carry on, head into any number of the karaoke bars in the city and settle in for the night. Taipei 101 will give you a worthwhile dose of vertigo with its dizzying 101 levels and even an outdoor level on the 91st floor – something to remember and a great photo op.
For the lowdown on where to eat, play and stay in Taipei, make our Taipei Travel Guide your first stop. Student Flights travel consultants can offer you the best advice possible on the latest deals and info about flights, accommodation and tours.
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