Top 5 Do Travel Places by Singapore Airlines Taipei Office in Taiwan

Taiwan has always been in the news because of China and because of its strategic geographical importance. However not many know or read about Taiwan apart from its geopolitical context. And let me tell you it is a beautiful place to visit, travel, and explore. So, come let us educate ourselves by looking at the top 5 places that are a must-visit in Taiwan.

Also, these places are not placed on a ranked basis and are brought to you by the Singapore Airlines Taipei Office in Taiwan. Before we start let me introduce you to Singapore Airlines Taipei Office in Taiwan.

Singapore Airlines Taipei Office in Taiwan

Welcome to the Singapore Airlines Taipei Office in Taiwan, where our friendly team takes pride in ensuring you are provided with efficient and professional travel services and support. For convenience, our Taipei office offers a broad range of services, from flight reservations to checking on baggage, special travel needs, and even KrisFlyer membership services. Our friendly and efficient team is always ready to assist in making your travel experience with Singapore Airlines as smooth and as enjoyable as possible—from the planning phase all the way to your return home. We definitely take pride in our superior customer service and customized solutions for every need of traveling.

Inspiring our travelers, we have carefully created a platform of adventure travel locales that will elevate this journey to a whole new level of satisfaction. The program is aimed at opening new horizons for our passengers and helping them in making unforgettable experiences. If you want to join outdoor adventures or find nature getaways, we have destinations for all adventure seekers in our selection. We are showcasing these special trips to create a sense of adventure among our passengers, hence equipping and inspiring them to start planning their next adventure.

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Lí-hó! Taiwan is once again ready for tourists from the Philippines and the rest of the world, boasting crystal-like landscapes, vivid cultural experiences, and great food. Further, because of its Visa-Free Program’s further extension, Filipinos now have up to 14 days of visa-free travel until July 2025. It may be for business or leisure; go for it in Taiwan — bask in unforgettable adventures. Here are the top five places you really should not miss, brought to you by the Singapore Airlines Taipei Office.

1. Yushan National Park

Address: №515, Sec. 1, Jhongshan Rd., Shueili Township, Nantou County553203, Taiwan

Contact: +886 4 9277 3121

Situated in Yushan National Park, beautiful Jade Mountain truly is a heaven for nature lovers. The peaks of this park are over 3000 meters high, so this area is ideal for hiking and trekking. At 3,952 meters, Jade Mountain is the fourth-tallest island mountain in the world and offers awesome views with excitingly beautiful adventures. Whether you are a professional hiker or just want to relax and enjoy Taiwan’s landscapes, Yushan National Park is an area that you should visit at all costs.

Besides the magnificent mountains, Yushan National Park is a superb, abounding flora and fauna. Different trails can serve visitors to explore the sceneries of the park, its landscape, and its abundance of biodiversity. The serene atmosphere and clean natural environment are perfect for the retreat from noise in the cities. Those in search of the essence of nature — Yushan National Park offers an unforgettable experience.

2. Taroko Gorge

Address: 972, Taiwan, Hualien County, Xiulin Township, 富世291號
Contact: +886 3 862 1100

One of Taiwan’s greatest natural attractions is Taroko Gorge. It stretches across almost 100,000 hectares, from marble walls to deep valleys and clear, rushing rivers. One of Taroko Gorge’s most beautiful spots is the Eternal Spring Shrine, a lovely monument constructed on the hill in memory of the many workers who died building the Central Cross-Island Highway. The Serene Walk of the Shakadang Trail, accompanied by the sound of a crystal-clear stream; Truku tribal village offers a place to experience aboriginal culture with its delicacies and traditional crafts.

This dramatic scenery is coupled with a strong sense of cultural heritage. This is the homeland of the indigenous Truku people, who have been living here for centuries. While one explores the gorge, there are plenty of opportunities to appreciate both natural beauty and cultural history. Taroko Gorge is one of the shows of Taiwan’s incredible diversity and should be on the must-visit places list for people coming to Taiwan.

3. Sun Moon Lake

Address: 599號, Zhongshan Rd, Yuchi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan 555
Contact: +886 49 2855668

Sun Moon Lake is located in Nantou and is serene and picturesque. The surrounding of the lake only consists of forests and mountains, hence giving peace away from the city to the visitors. The lake can be toured on ferry boats or via the cable car, from which it provides an excellent aerial view, with speedy services. Tranquil water combined with serene surroundings makes the Sun Moon Lake perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.

In the vicinity of Sun Moon Lake, the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village is waiting to enrich one’s experience with exhibits and seasonal festivals. These include the Cherry Blossom Festival in February and the Lavender Festival in March, where colors burst forth and attract visitors from across many miles. With this combination of natural beauty and culture, Sun Moon Lake happens to be just the place for spending a leisurely vacation.

4. Taipei 101

Address: 7, Section 5, Xinyi Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Contact: +886 2 8101 8800

While Taipei 101 no longer is the world’s tallest skyscraper, it still represents a modern Taiwan. Drawing inspiration from an Asian pagoda and the bamboo stalk, it is an even more uniquely architectural wonder. Drive up to the 89th floor with record-breaking elevator speed to the observation deck and enjoy the 360-degree views over Taipei. For the more adventurous, there’s an open deck on the 91st floor.

Other than the splendid views, Taipei 101 is also a great location for shopping. There is an internal mall within the skyscraper that consists of a variety of popular local and international brands. These even include the very famous Din Tai Fung restaurant. From shopping and food to the views, it has memorable experiences to offer to every kind of visitor.

5. Dragon & Tiger Pagodas

Address: №9號, Liantan Rd, Zuoying District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 813
Contact: +886 7 581 9286

Probably the most colorful and original structures in Kaohsiung are the Dragon & Tiger Pagodas. Managed on Lotus Lake, these artwork-like pagodas connote good luck and come with great views from the buildings’ seven stories. Certainly, one enters through the dragon’s mouth and exits by the tiger’s mouth, perhaps turning bad luck into good. So, the bright coloring and intricate designs make both pagodas a must-visit for one coming to Kaohsiung.

While speaking about street art and cultural landmarks, this city of Kaohsiung is no different, as you will go around it finding modern attractions along with traditional temples. The Dragon & Tiger Pagodas are just the epitome of cultural heritage and natural beauty that a tourist would like to visit for historical sites and scenic beauty.

And that’s not it there is a lot more to explore visit us to know more.