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Flights to Taichung (RMQ) FAQ

  • What is the average flight ticket price from United States to Taichung?

    The average ticket price to is US$57 . Please use this price as a reference only.

  • The most popular month to visit Taichung from United States

    September. The average price of flight tickets to Taichung in September is US$57 .

  • The least popular month to visit Taichung from United States

    September. The average price of flight tickets to Taichung in September is US$57 .

  • Major airports in Taichung

    Ching Chuang Kang Airport

  • Popular Airlines that fly to Taichung

    Popular airlines flying to : Mandarin Airlines, Vietjet, & Uni Air

Flights to Taichung (RMQ)

Located in central Taiwan, Taichung is home to a populace of 2.81 million. The city is the second most populous in Taiwan and is located in the Taichung Basin. The city was developed by the Japanese and was handed over to ROC once the war ended. True to Taiwan’s reputation, Taichung is a major manufacturing hub and offers world-class experiences, both culturally and economically. 

Tip: Taichung experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year. But showers occur throughout the year and it’s a good idea to carry a light rain jacket during your travel.

Flying to Taichung:

Previously Ching Chuan Kang Airport, Taichung International Airport (RMP) is an international commercial-cum-military airport that sees air traffic movement of about 2.6 million passengers each year. Direct flights to Taichung include scheduled flights from China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam. Finding Cheap flights to Taichung is easy, thanks to budget airlines like Tigerair Taiwan and HK Express. Other airlines that fly to Taichung include Cathay Dragon, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, VietJetAir, and many more. If you’re traveling from neighboring countries, Mandarin Airlines offers maximum connectivity. For the luxury experience, you can opt for charter flights from Sky Angkor Airlines and Lanmei Airlines.

Tip: The international terminal is modern and clean and offers most of the standard amenities. 

Transport options in Taichung:

The airport is about 20 km from Downtown Taichung. Bus routes are available along A1, A2 and A3 express routes to quickly get you to your destination in the city. Unlike the rest of Taipei, Taichung does not yet have an MRT system. However, that is not to say Taichung city isn’t well connected. An extensive bus network connects you to all parts of town with ease. As a future-forward city, it’s no surprise that Google Maps already offer real-time bus updates for easy navigation within the city. For the adventurous, rent-a-scooter options are available. Taxis and Uber are also convenient. Downtown is easy to travel by foot.

Tip: If you plan to travel by bus frequently, pick up an EasyCard, iPass or iCash card for free travel within 10km. Note that tipping is not necessary for taxis. 

Culture trip in Taichung:

A large part of recreation in Taichung involves visiting historic sites that celebrate the town’s arduous history and current achievements. Top places to visit include:

National Museum of Natural Science: An elaborate science-themed museum that offers hands-on experiences for fun family time. Top attractions include a large botanical garden, an impressive greenhouse, an earthquake museum, and theaters. Recommended for a visit only if you understand Chinese, as all accompanying information is only available in Chinese.

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts: Housing the largest collection of Taiwanese art, this museum includes unique experiences as well as a reading room. Children’s entry is free.

Rainbow Village: A heartwarming story that spread across the town through his painting, Rainbow village features colorful art of birds, animals, and life in general, by former soldier Huang Yung-Fu.

Stock 20: A warehouse converted into a museum and studio space, this destination features modern art from both local and foreign artists.

Taichung Folklore Park: A window into the world of traditional Taichung life, this park is a recreation of a rustic Taiwan. It is an interesting place to visit, to really take in the transformation of this island nation from a self-sufficient village to the industrious giant it is today.

Temples: Taichung’s temples are the best storytellers of the city’s history. Some landmark sites include Wen Chang Temple, Lecheng Temple, Taichung Martyr’s Shrine, Confucius Temple and Li Ancestral Shrine.

Tip: Taichung City Hall and National Taichung Theatre are worth a visit for architecture-enthusiasts.

More to do in Taichung:

As a modern destination, Taichung has a lot to offer to visitors. Here’s a list of places you can visit by interest.

Shopping: Feng Chia Night Market offers all kinds of knick-knacks including popular local Taiwanese dishes. Other popular night markets include Yizhong street, Zhonghua night market, and Donghai Might market.

Nature: The lung space of the city is the Parkway, a greenery corridor between the Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum of Natural Science. Zhongzeng park is a popular destination for bikers. This park features a foot massage bath and an open-air pool. For the more adventurous, hiking along the wooden walkways in DaKeng is recommended. You can also visit Dasyueshan, the National Forest Recreational Area of Taichung. If you want to get away from city life, Wuling Farm offers a picturesque hiking and camping destination is great for bird watching. Xueshan also offers an exquisite experience and stunning views from a height of 3,886m above sea-level. It is the second-highest mountain in Taiwan. 

Wine & Dine: Foodies are recommended to hit the traditional market streets of Taichung. Xiang Shang Market and Jianguo Market are recommended for picking up specialty seafood fresh. Yizhong Street is well known for its many restaurants. As a major city, Taichung generally offers all the major specialties of Chinese cuisine, including pork buns, dumplings, tea, traditional bread and more. For a downtown experience with rooftop views from towering skyscrapers, Qiqi is recommended.

Tip: Visiting Taichung Winery, an operational winery and museum are also highly recommended for a nuanced experience.

Most Taichung locals would suggest you stay in Feng Chia due to its vicinity to the most popular sites in the city. As a large and well-developed city, it isnt difficult to find hotels that fit your budget. If you have the time, you can also dedicate one day for a stay at one of the hot spring resorts in Guguan. While looking for flights to Taichung, ensure you bag great deals by combining with hotel reservations. If you’re finding it difficult to plan a worthy stay in Taichung, make use of Trip.com’s personal itinerary planner. The app and user-friendly site, both offer you recommendations based on your personal preferences. What’s more convenient is that the site also takes care of booking passes to popular tourist destinations so you don’t have to waste too much time waiting in lines. With 24-hour customer service, Trip.com makes it easy for you to enjoy a safe and sound journey.

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