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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from Brisbane to Taipei are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
China Airlines provides 87 of the non-stop flights between Brisbane and Taipei.
BNE ✈ TPE
The capital city of Taiwan is a bustling urban landscape with a lot to offer. Located in the northern part of the Island nation, Taipei heads administration for twelve districts and is also the financial and cultural hub.
The city of Taipei has had a rapid growth spanning over the last century. Though most of its historical architecture has gone, there is a strong Japanese influence in its modern architecture. Taipei is just as vibrant as most of its East Asian counterparts and offers a multitude of food and culture. The city has a subtropical climate, so carrying a jacket and umbrella along is advisable. The downtown part of Taipei divided into East and West. The Western region is more rooted in the olden way of life in Taipei and a great place to visit for those interested in the history of the situation. The Eastern region, on the other hand, is a vision of the future with every bit of modernity made available at your immediate vicinity.
Tip: The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is the most well connected and convenient mode of transport across Taipei. It is safe and affordable too.
The primary airport of the city is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE). The airport is approximately 30 kilometres from the city. The entire town is, well connected to the Taipei airport through the MRT services, buses, and taxis. The Express Airport Buses are specifically meant to make transportation to and from the airport easier and affordable. The AirPoPo Taoyuan Airport Shuttle is one of the more popular services available. Typically flights from Brisbane to Taipei take under 12 hours.
Airlines such as Eva Air and China Airlines offers direct flights from Brisbane Airport (BNE). Other airlines like Cathay Pacific, KLM, Delta, and Thai Airways give you multiple options for connecting flights.
Tip: You can rent a bike and travel around the city by purchasing an Easy card and providing your phone number.
At first glance, Taipei may seem like a concrete jungle, but the city has so much more to offer. The Elephant Mountain, for instance, has a lush green forest cover and you can visit temples within it. Though it may involve climbing stairs, the view of the city makes it all worth it. The most prolific structure you will notice is the Taipei 101 building, which has a shaped like bamboo. There are over a dozen memorial halls, museums, and galleries strewn across the city. For an insight into Taiwanese culture, visit the temples in West Taiwan and Dalongdong.
Travelling to Taipei on a budget can still be fun if you are an epicure. There is tons of local street food available at very affordable prices. If you love Bubble tea, then you are in for a treat, the drink is available at every corner. For the ones that like to party it up, Taipei offers a great nightlife with locally brewed drinks.
Tip: The night markets in Taipei are a must-see attraction and have a lot to offer for an epicure.
There are a handful of flights from Brisbane to Taipei, and if you are on a budget, a booking would be the best option.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Brisbane(BNE) to Taipei(TPE). However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.