Book business class flights to Taiwan with Fly World Class for a luxurious journey to a lush tropical land with contemporary sophistication. Taiwan is an economic powerhouse with influences from Europe, Japan, and China. The landscape on the island of Taiwan is gorgeous, with jagged mountains all along the eastern side, dense forests, tumbling waterfalls, wildlife in abundance, and wandering rivers. The highest peak in Taiwan is Jade Mountain, which measures more than 12,000 feet. The crests of five other mountaintops aren’t far behind in height, at more than 11,500 each. Thanks to these lofty mountains, Taiwan is the fourth highest island in the world. Many adventure seekers to Taiwan with plans to trek the Taroko Gorge canyon or view enormous cypress trees that are 2,800 years old while taking a ride on the Alishan Forest Railway.
Many visitors to Taiwan via Taipei’s Chiang Kai Shek (CKS) International Airport (TPE) enjoy exploring the many cultural delights in one of the world’s most populous cities. The city flourishes with industry and offers spectacular options in entertainment. Of the many gleaming skyscrapers, Taipei 101 offers the best view, being the eighth tallest building in the world. Besides enjoying a magnificent view from the top, visitors find raucous nightclubs, fashion boutiques, well-reviewed restaurants, and upscale shops on the building’s lower levels. National Palace Museum is a favorite place to visit for many architects and history buffs. It is one of the world’s largest museums of its kind and displays over 10,000 years of Chinese history. The museum’s collection includes pieces from the Neolithic period, which includes Qing Dynasty.
Many travel to Taiwan include a visit to Mengjia Longshan Temple on their itineraries. The ornate temple was built in 1738 and was originally intended as a gathering place and a place of worship for Chinese settlers. Chinese dragons on the structure are favorites on the remarkable temple.
World-class travelers who travel first class to Taiwan arrive at Tainan Airport (TNN), to visit the country’s oldest city. Tainan was originally formed by the Dutch East India Company and has many historical towers, temples, and fortresses from days gone by. Visitors enjoy marveling at the Wufei Temple, Zhuxi Temple, and Datianhou Temple, and exploring the nation’s traditions at the National Museum of Taiwan History. Other major attractions are the Chihkan Towers and the Eternal Golden Castle. Although filled with rich history, the city also has a flourishing shopping district, the largest night market in Taiwan, and a thoroughly modern scene.
Book cheap first class airfare tickets to Taiwan with our travel experts at Fly World Class for a luxurious, relaxed trip to a world-class destination. You will arrive relaxed and ready to explore, whether you land at Taipei’s Chiang Kai Shek (CKS) International Airport (TPE), Tainan Airport (TNN), or any of the other airfields in Taiwan.