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Traveler Guide to Seasons & Weather in Taiwan

Winter in Taiwan

Winters in Taiwan (December to February) are mild and foggy, averaging about 50°F (10°C), infrequently getting cold enough for frost or snow in the mountains.
This can be the best time to visit, as temperatures and humidity are at their most pleasant November to April, but it’s also low season (with the exception of January and Chinese New Year) so you can snatch the some of the best travel deals.
Average Temperature °C = 16°C Average Temperature °F = 60°F

Spring in Taiwan (March to May) is warm to hot, with Taipei averaging about 78°F (25°C). Cherry blossoms also bloom this season, and climb up Yangmingshan Hill offers some of the best views.
Spring is also one of the best times to visit Taiwan’s southern beaches and outer islands, though plan ahead as spring bookings often fill up quickly from Chinese tourists.

Average Temperature °C = 21°C Average Temperature °F = 70°F

Autumn in Taiwan

Autumn in Taiwan (September to November) stays warm and sunny, with less rain than summer. Keep an eye on the weather, as typhoon season lasts until October.
Average Temperature °C = 23°C Average Temperature °F = 74°F

Summer in Taiwan

Summers in Taiwan (June to August) are hot and humid, averaging about 86°F (30°C), but reaching temperatures of 100°F (38°C). This is also peak travel season, and accommodations and activities become more expensive.
June to October is also typhoon season, with most typhoons occurring July to September. May and June have the most rain and thunderstorms.
Average Temperature °C = 27°C Average Temperature °F = 80°F