Every year, we host our exciting Summer Camp in Taipei for students between the ages of 7-17.

In our Taipei Summer Camp, kids will have the chance to learn Mandarin with us in the morning, followed by a group lunch, which we all share together.

After this, we embark on some amazing adventures as we discover the main sights, sounds and smells of Taipei. We participate in daily cultural activities and visits as a group.

AGES 7-17

Kids must be at least 11 years old to come to our summer camp in Taipei without parents.


Choose between our residence camp or living with a homestay family.


You choose how long you want your child to study with LTL Language School.


We offer 24/7 emergency support with a team who know how it’s done.

  • LTL Kids Classes - Summer Camp
  • Group Picture || Farewell Friday


Our Summer Camp in Taipei is the perfect destination for parents who seek to provide their kids with a memorable experience.

Children and teens from around the world come together to immerse themselves in Mandarin and the local culture, whilst embarking on adventures in one of Asia’s most safest, yet engaging cities.

  • Ages 7-17
  • 4 Hours of Mandarin a day
  • 1-8 weeks
  • Cultural activity every afternoon
  • 24/7 emergency support + guide


Our Summer Camp in Taipei runs for eight weeks during June and July.

You can sign your kids up to anything from one week to the full eight week package.

  • 20 hours of class a week
  • Ages 7-17
  • 1-8 weeks
  • Discover Taipei together
  • Meals and tuition included
  • Summer Camp || Bao'an
  • Summer Camp || Hot Springs
  • Shifen Day Trip || Summer Camp
  • Summer Camp || Day Trip


There’s plenty to see and do in Taipei, but before that we’ll spend four hours a day teaching your kids Mandarin with the best tutors in the city.

After an intensive morning of study it’s time to go for lunch together. Every day, we pick out a different restaurant and take the kids to fill their bellies. All of this is included in the final price.

We will then head out and embark on various trips to local museums, parks and markets where we can all practice using the language together. Every Saturday we also run a day trip which will last typically from 9am to 6pm.


You have two accommodation options with the our Summer Camp in Taipei.

Your child can choose between the homestay camp or the residence camp.

In our homestay camp, your child will have the opportunity to stay with a local host family, immersing themselves in Taiwanese culture.

The LTL residence camp provides a shared living arrangement where students stay together in shared rooms. A program coordinator resides with the participants.

  • Summer Camp Welcome Breakfast
  • Summer Camp Day Trip
  • Homestay Family with Savannah


In the price table you will see options for our residence camp and homestay camp. We also offer a day camp and half day camp for parents who wish to house their kids themselves.

Don’t forget to drop us a message if you have any questions about our Taipei Summer Camp.


Can families participate in the Taipei Summer Camp too?

Yes, this is no problem.

You could either take a Mandarin language course, share accommodation with your child or just take a break and explore whilst your child is at the summer camp. 

Please speak to us for a tailor made program for you and your family.

How long are summer camp lessons?

Each lesson of our summer camp in Taipei lasts 55 minutes.

Your child will have four of them every day.

Schedules can vary slightly, but usually our language classes are from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm with a one hour lunch break in between.

I have more than one child, can they all join together?

Of course, we love this!

We even offer a 5% discount for any summer camp participants who sign up together.

Do I need to buy health insurance?

Yes you should.

Please make sure it covers international clinics and hospitals in Taiwan.

Is lunch included in the summer camp?

Lunch is included for all summer camp students.

After the morning classes, we accompany the children to a restaurant where we’ll fill up on food before going out to explore Taipei.

What happens if my child gets sick?

There are very good international medical facilities available in Taiwan.

Doctors speak English – and a lot of other languages too – and the service quality is very high. 

IMPORTANT || Please make sure your child is insured. 

We will accompany your child to the hospital, in case of an emergency at any time of the day/night needed.

If there are problems with my child, how do we solve them?

Your child’s guardian is always your first point of contact. 

If your child does not have a guardian program, please contact your student advisor. 

In case of emergencies, we are contactable 24/7.

For non-urgent questions you will have a reply latest by the next working day.

Is Taiwan a safe place for kids?

Countries don’t get much safer.

Taipei is incredibly safe and crime is very rare.

People are generally very curious of young foreigners who come and super friendly towards them.

Would you recommend a homestay for a child?

Yes homestays are great for kids!

Our homestay families are very carefully selected and they are here to help your child improve their Mandarin and introduce them to the culture.

They look after their host children and give your child the freedom to explore from a safe home base. 

They also provide supervision and help with enforcing the rules you set for your child.

Can I set rules for my child?

Yes, we’d encourage this.

You will fill out our parent questionnaire before the summer camp in Taiwan.

Here you can define rules for your child.

I just want to say thank you for an exemplary month filled with joy and happiness.

– Student Noah


Thanks for all your support 老师们 and the guides. Hannah had a memorable summer.

– Taki (Mother of Hannah)


I wanted to thank everyone for this amazing month… All of you made it special.

– Student Marco



Interested in sending your kids to our Taipei Summer Camp? Our student advisor will reach you within 24 hours and get your course booked up in no time.