The Taiwan Dollar rates below were last updated 3 minutes ago
If you're travelling to Taiwan soon you'll want to get the best deal on your Taiwan Dollars. Our free comparison service compares the best Taiwan Dollar rates from the biggest currency suppliers in the UK so you can see at a glance who is offering the top deals. We are currently comparing 18 suppliers selling Taiwan Dollars in the UK with exchange rates ranging from 36.0677 to 37.4849.
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Taiwan Dollars are printed by the Chinese Central Bank. There is a decent range of providers available to choose from here in the UK but there is little variation in the exchange rates offered. If you are visiting Taiwan, You will need to buy Taiwan Dollars as unlike most of their neighbours Taiwan does not officially accept any other currencies including Euros or US Dollars. ATM machines in Taiwan are widely available, and most are part of the Cirrus network which means they are generally well-stocked and in good working order. The Bank of Taiwan and HSBC will accept British credit cards, but you will incur handling charges. The average order value we see, from orders placed between 1st August to 31st October 2013, is for nearly £800.
In Taiwan hospitals operate on a 'pay as you use' basis so you should take sufficient money with you. Make sure you have adequate travel insurance and if you don't have enough cash make sure you can access funds to cover the cost of any medical treatment abroad and repatriation. You might also be required to produce your passport to receive medical treatment.
If you need to exchange more money while you are in Taiwan, US Dollars are preferred by the banks but they will accept most major currencies including the Euro and British Pound.
Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Taiwan.
You may spend up to 90 days in Taiwan without a visa. You can then extend this by a further 90 days after entering Taiwan. If you intend to stay in Taiwan for longer than 180 days you must get your visa before you arrive.
Specific rules exist for naturalised British Citizens born in the People’s Republic of China and holders of British National (Overseas) passports wishing to enter under the visa waiver scheme.
For further information on entry requirements, contact the Taipei Representative Office in London.
Over the past week the Taiwan Dollar has dropped by 0.19% from last Wednesday's rate of 37.5567 to today's rate of 37.4849 which means £750 will buy you $53.85 less now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded was 37.5903 on Thursday and the worst rate is 37.4849 recorded today.
The 90 day outlook has seen the Taiwan Dollar rate increase by 1.48% from 36.9373 on 27th April 2017 to 37.4849 today. Based on these figures, £750 will buy you $410.70 more today than it would have three months ago. We recorded a high rate of 37.7322 on 18th July 2017 and a low rate of 36.3989 on 11th June 2017.
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