Chinese Taipei Open 2018

10-02-18 - 10-07-18 All day

2018 Chinese Taipei Open – October 2 – 7, 2018

The Chinese Taipei Open is a HSBC World Tour Super 300 tournament, one of 11 Super 300 tournaments on the Tour. Formally known as the Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold, the tournament is almost as old as Taiwan’s history.

The Chinese Taipei Open 2018 kicks off on Tuesday the 2nd of October, and the finals will be on Sunday the 7th of October, 2018. The admission tickets may sell out quick, so we advise to purchase them as soon as possible.

YONEX Chinese Taipei Open

YONEX Chinese Taipei Open 2018

Source: Travel Taipei

Date, Time & Duration

The games kick off on the 2nd, and the finals will be on Sunday the 7th of October, 2018.

Admission fee

The admission tickets vary from $50 to $300 depending on seats and how close the games are to the finals.

General admission and semi-final tickets can be purchased at the Ticketbis Website.

Tickets for the finals can be purchased at the StubHub Website.

⚠ These games are just around the corner! We advise to buy tickets early as they tend to sell out early.


The Taipei Arena.

English Address: No. 2號, Section 4, Nanjing East Road, Songshan District, Taipei City, 105.

Chinese Address: 105台北市松山區南京東路四段2號.


Take the green line to the Taipei Arena MRT Station. Leave via Exit 2 which is right outside the arena. The entrance is just in sight as you follow the building round to the main doors.

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