Just off the coast of mainland China lies the island nation of Taiwan. To find the cheapest airfares to Taiwan available online, make all your travel plans with CheapFaresNow.com.
If you are a baseball fan, you will find highly competitive games year round on Taiwan, since there is no “off-season”. Perhaps that is why the Taiwanese Little League teams often do so well in the Little League World Series year after year. Of course there is much more to see and do in Taiwan, but allow time to take in a game or two.
An aerial view of Taiwan looks like a sweet potato, and the people of Taiwan sometimes refer to themselves and the “children of the sweet potato”, though sugar cane and camphor oil were primary products until half way through the 20th century. The island has a terrain that ranges from rugged mountains to coastal plains, and until recent years rice was a primary crop. Now the primary agricultural exports are bananas, guavas and high mountain teas. In some areas the population density now contributes serious pollution problems and the 23 million inhabitants face all the challenges of the modern world. For the visitor there are many opportunities to get a feel for the real Taiwanese culture by visiting the National Palace Museum, with over 650,000 items of jade, gold, calligraphy, ivory, paintings, embroidery and delicate porcelains. This entire collection was moved to Taiwan from the Forbidden City in Beijing in 1949.
Though tensions still exist between Taiwan and mainland China, the area is stable and tourism is flourishing. Book your tickets with CheapFaresNow.com and we’ll guarantee you the cheapest fares. If you find a lower price within 24 hours, we’ll refund the difference.
So pack your bags and head for the airport. Taiwan is waiting for you.