Taipei is the capital of Taiwan, a city known for underrated nightlife and incredibly educated, intelligent girls.
Taiwanese women in the capital often speak decent English, have good jobs, and a slight obsession with foreign men.
The city already has its fair share of expats, but this certainly isn’t Thailand. You won’t find too many foreigners here, which is a bonus in my opinion, no matter if you’re here for the views or for meeting a beautiful lady.
If you like to party and don’t want to learn an Asian language, then Taipei could be the perfect spot for you.
Taipei, Taiwan Quick Facts
Population: Nearly 3 million people in the city proper.
Weather: Taipei is a warmer city, but it’s not too tropical. You’ll find weather varies from month to month here. During June, July, and August – you can expect temperatures in the 80s. In the winter months, lows reach the mid-50s. Rain can be an issue, too. September is definitely the worst month for rain in Taipei.
Safety: Taipei is safe. Honestly, you shouldn’t have any security issues here. This isn’t Latin America, or even the Philippines.
Travel Tips & Information
MUSTS: One of the reasons Taipei doesn’t get that many tourists is that there’s no “Must” do thing in the city.
If you must do one tourist thing in the city, try and check out Taipei 101. The view from this giant skyscraper is certainly worth it for the Instagram photo alone.
Apartment Prices: Taipei isn’t dirt cheap like other Asian locales. You’ll need between $700-1,200 per month for a decent apartment in Xinyi.
And yeah, you’ll definitely want to stay in Xinyi – if your budget allows for it. As of now, that’s where all the action is in Taipei.
Hostel Dorm Prices: $10-15 a night for a dorm bed is about right here.
Taiwanese Women: Quick Overview
Nightlife in Taipei, Taiwan: So why do people come to Taipei? To party!
The nightlife in Taipei is surprisingly good. Well, it can be awesome. There’s a decent high-end scene, and it can be pretty international, too.
If you’re not enjoying the nightlife in this city, then you’re definitely doing something wrong.
There are a million and one options to party in Taipei, but we’ll keep things simple here. On any given weekend, you’ll want to check out:
- Omni: You should start your partying in Taipei at Omni. It’s been revamped and is beyond legit. You can meet some really fine Taiwanese women here, and they’ll be interested in foreigners. If you can get into KOR (inside Omni), then you may meet some high-class chicks. However, I found the girls in KOR to be a little more difficult.
- Elektro: A pumping club playing electronic music, this spot is huge and draws some big names to perform. You can meet some beautiful chicks in here. Just know – this is more of a “megaclub” type of place. Girls will be cute here.
- Babe 18: You won’t meet the cutest girls in Taipei in Babe 18. However, they will be interested in foreigners and the music rocks. Well, if you like hip-hop, then the music rocks. I met a few Taiwanese women who loved foreigners in this spot, so it’s worth checking out.
Price of a Beer: $3-8 USD
Price of a Bottle: $100+ (not that cheap here)
Online Dating in Taipei, Taiwan: Taiwanese women are somewhat westernized. So online dating in Taipei is a little different than other Asian cities and countries.
You’ll want to hit up Tinder while you’re here, in addition to utilizing Asian Dating.
Chance of Hooking Up in Taipei: 7.5/10
You shouldn’t have much of an issue meeting a girl in Taiwan – if you’re a foreign guy who rents an apartment and stays for a few weeks or more.
This isn’t Thailand or Indonesia, but you still have a decent shot at meet some fine, educated Taiwanese women in Taipei with a little effort. I wrote a guide on seducing Taiwanese women – make sure to check it out for some extra tips.
More Information About Taipei, Taiwan
Language Barrier: Don’t worry about it! Most people in Taiwan are quite educated and will speak a decent amount of English, especially the women.
Work Available?: Lots of work as an English teacher available in Taiwan. You can also find corporate gigs here, as the economy is quite strong.
If you want to live in Taipei and work, you definitely can. I met some other expats here who loved living in Taipei.
Taxi/Uber: Uber everywhere. Honestly, there’s no reason to use anything other than Uber while in Taipei. The rates are cheap, and the service is impeccable.
Bachelor Budget Needed: $2,000 a month or more. I wouldn’t come to Taipei and try to live on a budget of $1,200 or less. You just won’t have a great time, in my opinion.
You need to spend a little more on nightlife and an apartment to get the most out of this city. And by the most, I’m talking about cute Taiwanese women.
Taipei, Taiwan Overall
Overall, Taipei, Taiwan was a surprising city. I had a good amount of luck with the women here and was impressed with how cute, educated, and intelligent they were.
If you come here and like to party, there’s no doubt you’ll have an incredible time in Taipei.