From Taoyuan International Airport to NTUH International Convention Center

By Taoyuan Metro and Taipei Metro

1. Take Taoyuan Airport MRT (A13 Airport Terminal 2 Station/A12 Airport Terminal 1 Station) to A1 Taipei Main Station.
2. Change to Taipei Metro
The red line : get off at NTU Hospital Station, Exit 2. Walk one block south to Sec 1, Renai Road (also called 3rd Blvd). It takes approximately 5 minutes.

By Taxi

Taxi fare is based on the meter and the fare starts at NT$70. One-way taxi fare between the airport and Taipei is around NT$1,300- NT$1,800.

From Taipei SongShan Airport to NTUH International Convention Center

By Taipei Metro

Take Taipei Metro form SongShan Airport station (Wenhu line) to Daan station and change the red line to MRT NTU Hospital station and exit at No.2. Walk one block south to Sec 1, Renai Road (also called 3rd Blvd). It takes approximately 5 minutes.

By Taxi

Taxi fare is based on the meter and the fare starts at NT$70. One-way taxi fare between the airport and Taipei is around NT$200- NT$300.

By Taxi

Visitors can find convenient taxi services in most of Taiwan’s cities. The starting and meter rates vary depending on each city, according to local laws. Most drivers do not speak English. Therefore we advise that you ask a hotel staff to write down the destination in Mandarin and the estimate charge first, so that you can hand it over to the driver later. Keep a note of the info of the hotel you stay with in Mandarin, too.

By Taoyuan Metro

The fourth airport transit line in Asia, MRT Taoyuan Airport Line links up Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and its surrounding cities. The line starts at Taipei Main Station, passing through the airport and finally arriving at Zhongli Railway Station, across three cities - Taipei City, New Taipei City and Taoyuan City. 

By MRT (Taipei Metro)

The MRT's many trains and its seamless bus transfer make up Taipei's convenient transport system. You are cordially invited to take the MRT and enjoy the city’s beautiful views along the way.

Public Bicycle

With an electronic managerial system, YouBike provides rental services throughout the city. The user may rent one bike in a place and return it in another. YouBike makes up for what lacks in the greater public transport system. YouBike promotes an environment-friendly lifestyle and a green commute culture.

By HSR (Taiwan High Speed Rail)

Taiwan High Speed Rail has made Taiwan’s public transport system more convenient, because it brings cities and towns closer. Today, passengers can even travel between Taipei and Kaohsiung in one day. Along the “Western Corridor” of Taiwan are 12 THSR stations: Nangang, Taipei, Banqiao, Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Miaoli, Taichung, Changhua, Yunlin, Chiayi, Tainan and Zhuoying. Moving among the corridor’s stations at 300km per hour the fastest, THSR offers truly convenient rides.

By Railway

Taiwan’s trains go through big cities and small towns, providing passengers with a safe and comfortable travel experience. There are several types of passenger trains, such as intercity, Fuxing, Juguang and Ziqiang. Depending on time, budget and destination, visitors are free to make a choice. Advance reservations for weekend and holiday trains are recommended in case tickets are sold out.
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