Taiwan weather & when to go: April

April overview

By April, spring is in full swing. It's a popular time of year to visit Taiwan, whilst the temperatures are still comfortable, before the heat and humidity of summer arrives. The northern monsson is now behind us meaning that conditions for activities around Keelung are favourable.

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Annual overview

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April's weather in detail

Our recommended journeys

Our Compact Taiwan holiday incorporates the essential highlights, offering a tantalising teaser of what the island has to offer. Travel from Taipei’s modern metropolis, along dramatic coastal cliffs into the world’s deepest marble gorge at Taroko National Park, descending through tea plantations to the glimmering Sun Moon Lake.

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Key Festivals & Religious Ceremonies

 Mazu Goddess of the Sea Festival

The patron deity of seafarers is enshrined in some 900 coastal temples nationwide, but perhaps the wildest celebration of her birthday occurs at Taichung City in central western Taiwan. Expect dragon dances, drum entertainments, martial arts displays and feasting at every large Mazu temple.

 Matsu Pilgrimage

An annual pilgrimage from Zhenlan Temple in Dajia to Fengtian Temple in Xingang. Thousands of pilgrims follow a revered Matsu statue on this week 350km long journey

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