It’s time to book that trip to one of Asia’s exciting destinations.
Taiwan-based airline EVA Air recently announced that it will resume its direct flights from Taipei to Cebu starting July 2, 2022, and Cebu to Taipei starting July 16, 2022, thrice weekly.
This is in time as the Philippines and Taiwan have both eased the travel restrictions. However, upon arrival in Taiwan, tourists are required to undergo a 3-day home quarantine and 4-day self-initiated epidemic prevention following the end of quarantine. On the contrary, the Philippines only requires a negative RT-PCR test upon arrival.
Taiwan Travel Requirements
- Negative COVID-19 Test (RT-PCR) Result from DOH-accredited laboratories valid within forty-eight (48 hours) before departure.
- Registration to Quarantine System for Entry accomplished within forty-eight (48) hours prior to departure.
- Mandatory Quarantine: The day of arrival counts as Day 0; a 3-day home quarantine and 4-day self-initiated epidemic prevention following the end of quarantine will be required. The previous 7-day self-health management will be terminated.
You may book your flight through your preferred travel agent or via EVA Air’s official website: www.evaair.com/en-ph/index.html.