I already liked bubble tea before but I now know that Taiwanese bubble tea is next level. Sadly, I was only here for a long weekend and fly back tomorrow morning.

Is there a place at Taipei Taoyuan airport where I can get one last Taiwanese bubble tea before I leave?

It doesn’t matter whether it’s land or airside, I can set aside time on either.


Chun Shui Tang (Taoyuan Airport branch) (春水堂) has some Taiwanese bubble tea.


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(image source: https://kosublog.com/en/taipei-1704-part13/)

Coco都可 (bubble tea chain) also has a branch at Taipei Taiyuan airport in Terminal 2, Floor B2: https://www.yelp.com/biz/coco%E9%83%BD%E5%8F%AF-%E6%A1%83%E5%9C%92%E7%B8%A3%E5%A4%A7%E5%9C%92%E9%84%89-2?hrid=w1XAJghPFv0N31lnFDhQMw

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    Not so fun fact: I wasn’t able to locate either stall and to make matters worse the layout of the food court seemed nothing like the one I saw on Apple Maps. I wonder if there has been a recent redesign with contractors changing …
    – Jan
    Oct 7 '19 at 12:43
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    @Jan sorry to hear, did you get a chance to ask the information desk or other restaurants? Oct 7 '19 at 12:45
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    There was one other stall, that I took a picture of (and will possibly add as an answer in due course) but it was a disappointment compared to what I had the days before.
    – Jan
    Oct 7 '19 at 12:56

The milk tea or boba or bubble tea places that are worth visiting at Taoyuan airport are outside of security. There is a place inside security and it was horrendous (boba was hard and chalky).

Coco a famous local drink franchise (milk tea and fruit tea) is in terminal 1. There is a 'come buy tea' in B1 (basement level) food court - outside of security.

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