We do not operate free servers in Taiwan, so to connect to a VPN server in Taiwan you can upgrade to a paid plan. If you prefer, you can instead connect to free servers in the United States, Netherlands, and Japan using our Free plan.
A no-logs VPN for Taiwan that protects your privacy
Get a trusted and secure VPN in Taiwan for streaming videos, browsing the internet, and keeping your online activity private.
- Connect using secure VPN protocols
- Encrypt your connection using advanced AES-256 or ChaCha20
- Prevent future breaches with perfect forward secrecy
Internet freedom with Proton VPN
Connect to our high-speed VPN servers via our easy-to-use apps to unblock the internet and start browsing with a Taiwanese IP address. Protecting your privacy online doesn’t mean sacrificing your internet speeds.
Stay private online
Your browsing history belongs to no one but you — we’ll never track or log your activity
Stay up-to-date with your favorite content, even when traveling to more restrictive regions
Protect your data
Stop your ISP from logging your browsing history by keeping your IP address hidden
Freely share files
Share large files with others without risking your data being stolen or exposed
Protect your internet connection from your ISP throttling your bandwidth
No need to sacrifice high internet speeds for better security online
Get a fast and reliable VPN in Taiwan
Proton VPN supports the WireGuard VPN protocol, which enables fast, stable, and secure VPN connections. No matter where you are in the world, you can protect your privacy while bypassing regional blocks and streaming your favorite shows.
Connect to VPN servers in Taiwan in 3 easy steps
More reasons to connect to Proton VPN servers in Taiwan
Bypass censorship and access blocked content
Use Proton VPN to connect a VPN server in another country to bypass local internet blocks and censorship. With over 1,300 servers in over 60 countries, our global network of servers ensures you can access blocked content no matter where you are.
Fast VPN connections and our unique VPN Accelerator
Our unique VPN Accelerator feature uses advanced technologies to improve our VPN connection speeds by over 400%. We also offer the highly efficient WireGuard VPN protocol and a network of 10 Gbps servers, meaning you can expect a high-speed browsing experience no matter where you are.
A trustworthy and transparent VPN
Proton has been recommended by the United Nations and is supported by the European Commission. We are proud to be the VPN of choice for activists, NGOs, journalists, and millions of people around the world who want to be able to choose who has access to their data.
Privacy-first VPN protection
We make choosing privacy simple. Our easy-to-use VPN lets you connect to a VPN server with a single click or tap. We also follow a strict no-logs policy, which means we don’t keep any session usage information about what you do online, and we don’t log any metadata that could compromise your privacy.
Comprehensive VPN security
Proton VPN doesn’t just protect your browsing traffic with strong encryption, we also protect your DNS queries by routing them through the encrypted tunnel too. When you browse with Proton VPN, your sessions are additionally protected by perfect forward secrecy — so even if one internet session is compromised, the rest remain secure.
What others say about Proton VPN
"It places an enormous emphasis on security and user privacy, and has an excellent client that's very easy to use."Open source of quote(new window)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Proton VPN is based in Switzerland, which has some of the strongest data privacy laws in the world. Proton VPN is subject only to Swiss laws, and is not a part of any intelligence-sharing agreements. Proton VPN is a no-logs VPN service, and we cannot be compelled to keep any logs on our users that would compromise their privacy.