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Direct, non-stop flights to Taipei

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Singapore Taipei SGD 193.00 Book

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Important information

Carry-on baggage limits, including size restrictions, will be strictly applied. Passengers with more than the applicable carry-on baggage allowance will need to check in baggage, and charges will apply.

Price based on payment at SingPost or by Jetstar Voucher for bookings through jetstar.com. For all other bookings, a Booking and Service fee of SGD$3 - SGD$10 per passenger, per flight applies.

Starter fares are non-refundable. Limited changes are permitted, charges apply. Availability is limited (not available on all flights or days). Limited availability on bookings made close to travel date, public holiday weekends and school holidays. All travel on Jetstar is subject to the Jetstar Conditions of Carriage.

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Taipei

The colours most closely associated with Taiwan as a whole may be forest green and sea blue, but the capital leans more towards multiple shades of neon and incandescent white. Embraced by mountains in the island’s north, Taipei is a major metropolis of three million people that’s packed with towering skyscrapers, heritage landmarks, bustling markets and ancient shrines. The city’s historic centre is home to the mammoth National Palace Museum and Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall along with the venerable Mengjia Longshan and Baoan Temples. To the east is the eye-popping Taipei 101 and a vast array of other skyscrapers along with department stores, restaurants, teahouses and night markets. To the north are the Yangmingshan and Xinbeitou Hot Springs along with a range of hiking and biking trails, while Maokong with its temples, teashops and scenic views from its 4.3km gondola (cable car) lift makes for a great hinterland day trip.

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