Can I travel to Taiwan now?
Taiwan has lifted some of its travel restrictions, allowing tourists from most countries to enter the country with a valid visa. Citizens from all countries are still advised to observe a 7-day self-initiated epidemic prevention period upon arrival in Taiwan.
All travelers are required to undergo a seven-day self-initiated epidemic prevention. Those who have experienced symptoms of COVID-19 in the 14 days before arrival should voluntarily report their symptoms to a Taiwan Centers for Disease Control quarantine officer at the airport/port. Such travelers should cooperate in undergoing a saliva test. All travelers are required to follow other regulations and instructions announced by Taiwan Centers for Disease Control. For visa exemption schemes, landing visa, e-visa or general visa application, please visit National Immigration Agency website for details. For Travel Authorization Certificate for nationals from Southeast Asian countries (Conditional Visa-Free Entry), please visit Ministry of Labor website for details. Migrant workers should follow instructions by Ministry of Labor. Students should follow instructions by Ministry of Education.
Special rules apply for travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macao.
Refer to our website for up-to-date information on the latest covid related restrictions.
All travellers must continue to adhere to Taiwan's stringent health measures, including wearing a mask at all times and undergoing temperature checks upon arrival. Failure to comply with these rules could result in fines or deportation.
The safety of its citizens remains Taiwan's number one priority, so please be sure to check the latest travel advice before planning your journey. It is important that you are aware of the current restrictions and regulations in place when travelling to Taiwan. Following these guidelines can help ensure a safe.
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