|Apply Taiwan Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|30 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Single Entry||90 Days||30 Days||7 - 9 Days||78.0 USD|
Officially known as the Republic of China, Taiwan is known for its skyscrapers, gardens and beautiful buildings. There are many cities in Taiwan which are worth visiting. Taipei is famous for its sky-high buildings and places to dine, shop and relax in general. Taipei 101 was the tallest building of the world before Burj Khalifa and its height is an astonishing 509 meters. Taroko National park has the Taroko gorge, a shrine, and numerous exquisite animals while the town of Jiufen is packed with tea-houses and souvenir shops. It also houses the Gold mine museum which holds testimony to the country's rich history. National Chiang Kai-shek memorial hall was made in the memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China and now is a symbol of the whole country. Citizens of around 65 countries do not need a visa to visit Taiwan and the rest of them can apply for an e-visa, avail visa-on-arrival for a fee or go to their nearest Taiwanese embassy. Since the advent of an e-visa, traveling to Taiwan has become hassle free and quick.
|Citizens of the following countries can get Taiwan e-visa.|
|Qatar||Saudi Arabia||Solomon Islands||Swaziland||Turkey||United Arab Emirates|
A tourist visa is for those who want to visit the country for tourism or sight-seeing. Through this visa, one cannot find any work, attend any meeting or conferences and visit his friends/family.
You cannot apply for a residence visa.
No, your e-visa is invalid. You must reapply for another visa. Otherwise, you will be refused entry after entering the country or will be required to apply for a visa at the airport after the permit.
No. You do not need to apply for an e-visa if you do not leave the international transit area of the airport in Taiwan.
Yes. Each traveler must have his or her own e-visa.
No. You must reapply and obtain a new e-visa.
Mainland Chinese residents are not eligible to apply for an e-visa. Prior approval from the Taiwanese government may be required, and the traveler must hold an entry and exit permit prior to traveling.
No, visitors to Taiwan must obtain an e-visa before arrival. The only exception to this rule are nationals of Turkey.
Yes. When applying for your child, please use your child’s ID data as well as your passport information.
If you want to stay in Taiwan for longer than the e-visa permit, you must apply to the ROC Foreign Affairs Office for a general visa that matches your event and duration of stay in Taiwan.
No. The validity of an eVisa starts from the date specified in the approval form. The eVisa is a single-entry visa valid for three months with a maximum duration of stay of 30 days, and cannot be extended. eVisa holders can enter Taiwan on any date within the period of validity.
No. We do not offer refunds for unused eVisas.
No. Multiple-entry eVisas are not provided.
We recommend that you apply for an eVisa at least seven days before the actual date of travel.
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