- Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)
Taoyuan International Airport of Taiwan is located No.9 Terminal South Road, Dayuan Township. The airport website offers comprehensive transportation information including ticket prices from Taoyuan International Airport to Songshan Airport or Taipei Railway Station.
Website : www.taoyuan-airport.com/english/Index/
- Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA)
Situated in Metropolitan Taipei, the Taipei International Airport is the hub of domestic air transportation. It is easily accessible from the town centers.
Website : www.tsa.gov.tw/tsa/en/home.aspx
Constructed in the late 19th century, Taiwan's railway system has been developed so extensively over the years that many routes are in fact no longer used today. The railway system has long been connecting cities to the country side. The history behind the railway system brings a sense of romanticism to railway trains. While the traditional railway system does not travel as fast as the newly opened high speed rail system, traditional trains cost less than half the price of high speed trains, easily making them a favorite among backpackers and railway fans.
Website : www.railway.gov.tw/en/index.aspx
Taiwan High Speed Rail
The Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSPR) connects major cities in western Taiwan between Taipei and Kaohsiung. Opened on January 5, 2007, the 345 Km-long rail system has become an important part of Taiwan's transportation network.
Model: THSR 700T
●Electrical power: 25kV AC, 60 Hz single-phase
●Cars: 12 car sections, 9 powered and 3 unpowered
●Capacity: 989 seats (standard car 923 seats, business car 66 seats)
●Maximum speed: 300 km/hour
●Maximum acceleration: 2 km/hour/second
Website : www.thsrc.com.tw/en/?lc=en
- Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station
Address No. 6, Section 1, Gaotie North Road, Zhongli, Taoyuan Prefecture
Hours: 06:20 - 23:45 every day.
Service hotline: 886-3-2612000
External connection. The Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station shares the same complex with the Taoyuan International Airport metro station (MRT A18 Station). Passengers can transfer from high speed rail directly to the airport metro system.
- Taipei High Speed Station
Address No. 3, Beiping West Road, Taipei
Hours: 06:00 - 24:00 everyday
Service hotline: 886-2-40663000
External connection. The Taipei High Speed Rail Station shares the same complex with the Taiwan Railway Station and its metro station. The Taipei Railway Station is conveniently located in the nexus of the city transportation network. The station is included in all major public transportation system.
Taoyuan Airport MRT
Express Train Commuter Train
Taoyuan Airport MRT Line serves as the extension to the national gate –Taoyuan International Airport. It is also a symbol of an advanced country to provide travelers with reliable, convenient and high-standard transit service. Passengers can enjoy a different spatial experience during the ride from the diverse sceneries, landscapes, and stations along the line.
Route Map link: www.taoyuan-airport.com/english/taoyuan_metro
Taxis on the north side of the arrival area of Terminal 1 and the south side of the arrival area of Terminal 2 of Taoyuan International Airport are certified by the Airport Police Bureau and provide first-rate taxi services.
Taxis are available 24 hours a day. A ride to Taipei City costs around NT$1,100.
The system operates according to a spoke-hub distribution paradigm, with six lines running radically outward from central Taipei. The metro system operates from 6 am to midnight daily. Clean and air-conditioned trains arrive every five minutes. A “Single-journey Ticket” costs between NT$20 to NT$65 depends on distance. Smoking, eating, drinking or gum chewing are strictly prohibited on all MRT trains.
Website : http://english.metro.taipei/np.asp?ctNode=70239&mp=122036
||Depends on price
|| Valid only on the day of issue.
|| The price of a One-Day Pass does not include a refundable deposit.
|24hr Taipei Metro Pass
|48hr Taipei Metro Pass
|72hr Taipei Metro Pass
Buses in Taipei are numerous and bus routes are well-planned. Once you get a hang of it, buses are a great way to get around the city. Buses take EasyCard or cash. Prices are calculated by distance. Tickets come in three price levels: One-segment, Two-segment and Three-segment. Website : ebus.gov.taipei/
Coin: One-segment ticket, regular NT$15; Two-segment ticket, regular NT$30; Three-segment, NT$45. Most passengers will only need a One-segment ticket. The bus driver will notify you if you need to pay more for a Two or Three-segment ticket.
Gently sweep card over the sensor area marked by the EasyCard logo (or insert tokeninto the slot) on the ticket reader. The beep you hear indicates that credit corresponding to the ticket amount has been deducted from your card.
Website : taipeipass.travel.taipei/?lang=en
|| Maokong Gondola1-Day Pass
- Suitable for short-term travelers.
- Unlimited rides with MRT, city and prefectural buses. 1-day pass (Gondola version) with unlimited rides on Taipei Metro and associated bus services. Allows 3 trips on Maokong Gondola.
- Available at the customer service counter in every MRT station.
- Expires on the date of the number of days printed on the pass after the date of first-use.
Travel in Taiwan: eng.taiwan.net.tw/