4 Seasons of Taiwan And The Differences They Offer to the Travellers?

Tourism has seen a gigantic rise in the realm of Taiwan’s economy and it is no wonder that tourists from all over the world are flocking to the country for sightseeing. Travelling is not independent process and one has to follow certain obligation before planning to travel and therefore, one can’t deny the major role that seasons play in the tourism.

It must not be minced when it comes to Taiwan because it is one of the most versatile places for travelling as one can visit the place throughout the year. But being said that, there is a different experience altogether for visiting the place in those different seasons. The difference is obvious as every place appears different at different times of the year and Taiwan is no excepion. Although, what really stands out is the fact that these seasons do not hamper the overall experience of a visitor and offer something equally riveting and enjoyable with those seasonal changes making it an alrounder if to say so.

Taiwan has enough natural attractions to keep up with th seasonal changes and end up offering sufficient joy to the travellers. If you have visited the country once, it is still highly recommended that you try a different season the next time. It would be as much exciting as the previous one. In case you do plan to visit Taiwan anytime soon, here are a few amazing Klook 促銷代碼 and Expedia 促銷代碼 to avail exciting deals and offers on your travel booking.

Let us now look at the different seasons of the year and what different they offer to a visitor who has come for travelling.

Spring

springsThe spring season in Taiwan runs between the month of March and May. As is common with the spring season, the temperature qare usually on a milder side and you can get a really nice 20-25 degree celcius for a comfortable trip. The spring is one of the best season as far as flora and fauna is concerned as vegetation is on the peak of its beauty during the springs. You can see a veariety of flowers alongs with cherries and plums blossoming during this season.

The cooler temperature makes it easier for the adventure lovers as they could enjoy hiking, trekking and roaming around carelessly without having to worry about the climatic factors. This time of the year does not has too many local holidays and you can easily go around using public transport without much fuss. Although, MAy is usually on a wetter side and alot rain occurs during this time of the year.

Summer

summerSummer as usual is hot and even the local population tries to avoid the sun during the summer afternoons. This invariably means that one could easily get tired within a matter of few minutes during the mid noon hours. Although, one thing that is common during the summers is the rain which is why this time of the year is generaly reffered to as the typhoon season by the locals.

You can expect heavy rainfall all of a sudden and the sun would soon take over the proceedings after the downpouyr. Consistent rain for days is not usually seen in this part of the world and one ought to feel that it is rather frustrating to see it rain for a bit and then see the clouds disappear to make the way for sun. Though, you could relish the customary dragon boat race ar the start of summer which attracts people from acroos the globe to participate in it. If you don’t mind hot and humid conditions, this time might be an ideal choice or else you should wait untill it gets over.

Autumn

AutumnIf you ask a local, he would surely recommend you to visit the country during the Autumn season and rightly so. The basic reason is the calming down of the sudden downpours and the cooling down of average climatic conditions. Although you can still experience the right amount of sunlight to make your days worthwhile. This season is the most convenient one for those people visiting the place for sightseeing.

Anyone who lives here will tell you that autumn is the perfect season to visit Taiwan. The typhoon season is winding down and the weather cools considerably. There are very little rain and lots of sunshine, making it a very comfortable season for sightseeing. In local traditions, there are two major festivals that are celebrated in Autumn season which are the MOon Festival and Double Ten Day.  While moon festival is cultural in nature, the Double Ten Day is actually organized by conducting the Army parades and display of fireworks and crackers.

Winter

WinterWinters are mild and therefore you can certain relish the cold climate for travelling. The country doesnot get any cooler than 10 degrees which means you don’t need to carry much of your winterwears along with you while travelling. At the end of the winter, chinese new year is celebrate which is one of the grandest celebration of the country and can last up to a week or 10 days.

Taiwanese are not typically into celebrating Christmas. Teipei 101 conducts an event famous for its new year celebration with very extravagant and healthy celebrations. Because of the holiday season, Winters might not suit the travellers as much as some of the other seasons as visitors could be frustrated by the rush of public in the public transports.

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