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  • Taiwan Tourist E-Visa
  • KWD 41
    Total Fee
    *Includes Processing fee
  • Entry Type Single Entry
  • Processing Time 3 Days
  • Duration of stay up to 14 Days
  • Visa Validity 90 Days
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Taiwanese eVisa ? What are the different types of Taiwanese eVisa ?

An Taiwanese eVisa is an electronic document issued by the Taiwan Government that allows a foreign national to gain entry into Taiwan for specific purposes. Taiwan offers eVisa for tourism, business travel and medical travel.

Which countries are eligible to apply for an eVisa to Taiwan ?

Nationals of Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Dominica, Ecuador, Kiribati, Kuwait, Mauritius, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Solomon Islands, Turkiye, United Arab Emirates, Kosovo, and Bosnia-Herzegovina are eligible to apply for a Taiwanese eVisa. The applicant should have a passport valid for atleast 6 months at the time of visa application.

Which countries are not eligible to apply for an eVisa to Taiwan ?

Citizens of EU countries, UK, USA, Russia, Brunei, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore are allowed to enter Taiwan without the need of presenting a visa.

Which documents are needed to apply for an Taiwan eVisa ?

An applicant needs to submit a copy of his passport, air tickets, hotel voucher and a photo to apply for a tourist eVisa to Taiwan. For business eVisa, additional documents such as Invitation letter or sponsorship letter may be needed.

How long does it take to procure an eVisa for Taiwan ?

It takes around 3 working days to procure an eVisa for Taiwan from the date of application.

What is the process of applying for an Taiwanese eVisa ?

The process of applying for an Taiwanese eVisa is quite simple. Fill in the application form on fasttrackvisa.com, upload the necessary documents and make the payment online. We will have your eVisa processed and emailed to you within the specified time. You can also download it from the "My Account" section on our website.

What can you do with a Taiwan eVisa ? What is not allowed ?

You can travel to Taiwan for tourism, business or medical treatment with the relevant eVisa for Taiwan. However, you cannot take up employment or permanently immigrate to Taiwan with an eVisa.

What are the other types of Taiwann eVisa available ?

Other types of visas issued by the Taiwann Government are Employment visas, Student visa, digital nomad visa, Enterpreneur Visa & Transit visa.

Does Taiwan offer a Visa on Arrival facility as well ?

Taiwan offers Visa on Arrival facility to foreign nationals of select countries.

Where is the Taiwann eVisa valid for entry ?

One can enter Taiwan with an eVisa through designated airports and sea ports. All major international airports in Taiwan allow entry of foreign nationals holding a valid eVisa for Taiwan.

Do I need an eVisa if I am traveling through Taiwan in transit ?

No, you do not require any type of valid visa if you are in transit and will not be exiting the transit area of the airport in Taiwan.

What is the typical rejection rate for Taiwan eVisa ?

The rejection rate for Taiwan eVisa is negligible. Typical reason for rejection are mismatch in the fields of your eVisa application form and the details on your passport.

Why is Taiwan a popular destination for leisure travel ?

Taiwan has a plethora of temple complexes with incredible architecture, scenic countryside, gorgeous beaches & islands and hot springs. It is a fantastic place to enjoy Asian cuisine of different variety.

What are the main airports of Arrival in Taiwan ?

Main airports in Taiwan are Taoyuan International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, Taichung International Airport, and Taipei Songshan Airport.

What is the Currency of Taiwan ? Are US dollars accepted ?

The currency of Taiwan is New Taiwan Dollar. US dollars are not widely accepted in Taiwan. One should carry sufficient amount of local currency while traveling in Taiwan.

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