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Taiwan and India have enjoyed diplomatic relations since 1949. Over the years, the relationship between the two countries has grown stronger.
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The Requirements to apply for Taiwan Visa are as follows:
The processing time for a Taiwan visa can differ depending on the visa with other factors, but it usually takes around 7-10 working days.
It can range from 90 days to 1 year.
No, Indian citizens are not eligible for a visa on arrival in Taiwan. A visa must be obtained before travel.
The earliest you can apply for a Taiwan visa is usually three months before your intended travel date.
Indian citizens can apply for a Taiwan visa online through the Taiwan eVisa system, embassy, or consulate.
If your Taiwan visa application is refused, you may reapply for the same visa after addressing the issues that led to the rejection or appeal the decision within a specific timeframe with the Taiwan embassy or consulate.
Taiwan is known for its street food and night markets, where you can find a wide range of delicious snacks and dishes, such as beef noodle soup, bubble tea, stinky tofu, oyster omelets, fried chicken, and shaved ice desserts. The country also has a rich culinary culture with influences from Chinese, Japanese, and indigenous cuisines.
Taiwan has many popular tourist attractions, including the Taipei 101 skyscraper, the National Palace Museum, the Taroko Gorge, Sun Moon Lake, the Jiufen Old Street, the Alishan Mountain, and the Kenting National Park. The country is also famous for its hot springs, night markets, and festivals like the Lantern Festival and Ghost Month.
Indian citizens can apply for a visa extension at the National Immigration Agency in Taiwan if they need to stay longer than their original visa permits. However, visa extensions are subject to approval, and applicants must meet specific requirements, such as having sufficient funds and a valid reason for staying in Taiwan.