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Weather: Spring begins from March, and is the best time of the year to visit Taiwan, as the weather is pleasant and cool. Average low and high temperatures are 14 °C (58 °F) and 18 °C (65 °F).
Clothing: It generally feels warm during the day, and wearing a long-sleeve shirt is enough. At early morning and evening a coat or a sweater is needed. Carrying an umbrella is recommended.
March is a cold and rainy month. Staying indoors, going to geothermal parks, skiing, and even a tropical beach are just a few of Taiwan's variety of experiences to enjoy.
Taipei 101: Relax and tour the 4th tallest building in the world as of 2013. Highlights are the luxury mall at ground level, the observation deck on the 89th floor, and the Ding Xian 101 restaurant on the top floor (floor 101).
Skiing: Hit the ski resort on Yushan Mountain. It is the second tallest mountain in Taiwan with a 3,886 meter (12,750 feet) high peak.
Kenting Beach: In marked contrast to snow, Kenting National Park has a tropical climate. Swim and relax in the sun.
Bask in Beitou: In Beitou, the geothermal water of the valley is a wonder to feel and smell. Though you are on the outskirts of a bustling metropolis, you can enjoy watching the water bubble up and feel thewarm steamy mists. For a little expense you can bathe in a hot spring bath.
Travel: Spring is high travel season. Flights to Taiwan and between Taiwan and China may be difficult to get.
Taiwan Tour Packages: See the best of Taiwan with our Taiwan tour packages. The tours are reasonably priced and can be customized to your requirements.