Taiwan in July

June to August is hot and humid throughout Taiwan with thunderstorms and typhoons. Temperatures generally fall between 24 and 31 ºC (72-87ºF), with rainfall up to 100 mm per month in some areas, and the high humidity can make it uncomfortably sticky for some. When the typhoons are at their strongest you are advised to stay inside. Visiting the nation’s many temples is a great way to skip between showers and avoid the rain, with most not just static tourist attractions, as is often the case in mainland China, but active centers of culture and worship. The summer heat means many visitors often head to the cooler hills of Alishan for respite. The stormy weather draws surfers to catch waves at the hotspots of Jin Shan and Baishawan in the far north of the island.

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