Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan, is a modern megalopolis on the northerly peak of the country. The city is a sociological and commercial center. With years of fascinating and conflicted history, this isle metropolis has much to offer for tourists, conference organizers, and delegates.

From the most exquisite in shopping and fashion to popular stores and antique museums, Taipei is the core of Taiwan and is a must-visit destination for visitors of all ages. The city has stuffy, subtropical weather. The summertime can be warm and stuffy and is oftentimes affected by storms. The most enjoyable seasons to tour are in the springtime and autumn. Between the months of March and May, travelers can anticipate tropical, sunny climate and a capital in complete blossom. The numerous gardens in the capital make springtime an excellent period to tour. From the months of September to November, the climate is colder and less stuffy.

Transport, once you arrive in Taipei, is no difficulty. With an excellent MRT subway transportation system as well as a rapid train route to townships on the westernmost shoreline and the Taoyuan International Airport being barely 20 km from inner Taipei, it is simple to move about. For those traveling from the US and Europe, flights to Taiwan's capital are frequent and are oftentimes uninterrupted. Although travel to and from mainland China was restricted earlier, presently there are every day flights connecting significant Chinese cities to Taiwan's capital.