About Taipei

Taipei is a global city with a wealth of historical sites and plenty of leisure, shopping and nightlife offerings. The cultural kaleidoscope of Taiwan's capital city pulses wherever you go. Incense-veiled temples dating back to dynastic times blend seamlessly with a neon street life of a decidedly more modern era. Taipei has dozens of world-class restaurants where gourmets can sample the best regional Chinese cuisines; and for the gourmand, there are plenty of night markets serving up scrumptious evening snacks in an environment of chaotic excitement and fun.

The polarities of Taipei are vividly present with the joining of the urban and natural worlds. Just a few minutes away from the heart of the city you can soak away the cares of the world in mineral-rich hot springs nestled in the lush mountain foothills ringing the Taipei Basin. And throughout the city there are plenty of trails, parks, and other oases of tranquility to lift and invigorate your spirits.

Whether you are just stopping over en route to another Asian destination, or planning a longer stay, Taipei is a multi-faceted treasure that will call you back again and again. Discover the heart of Asia in beautiful Taipei!

Access to Taipei city from Taoyuan International Airport

Taxi

Taxis queues are located outside the Arrival Halls of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. A typical fare to Taipei downtown is around 1,100 TWD.

Bus

Bus Ticket Counters:

Ticket counters are located in the Arrival Passenger Reception Areas of both Terminals. A single-trip ticket for an adult costs around 170 TWD.

Terminal 1 Bus Stop:

On the southwest side of the Arrival Passenger Reception Area.

Terminal 2 Bus Stop:

On the first (ground) floor of the terminal, on the northeast side of the Arrival Passenger Reception Area.

High Speed Rail

The Taiwan High Speed Rail is connected to the airport through a shuttle bus. The bus ticket is 30 TWD for single journey, while a HSR train ticket to Taipei costs 160 TWD. For more information please visit.

Airport MRT

Airport Terminal 2 Station serves as the interchange point with eastbound heading Taipei Main Station, and southbound heading Zhongli Railway Station while passing by Taoyuan HSR Station. For more information please visit.

Transportation in Taipei

Taipei Mass Rapid Transit System (MRT)

The easiest way to travel around Taipei City is by the Mass Rapid Transit System (MRT). The system operates according to a spoke-hub distribution paradigm, with most rail lines running outward from central Taipei in a radial direction. Stations are located in key locations around the city, often built-into or connected to major department stores, shopping districts, and major tourist attractions. It is the fastest and most convenient way to sightseeing in Taipei.

Operation Hour: Daily from 6am to midnight; extended services during special events.

Frequency: 1.5 to 15 minutes intervals depending on the line and time of day.

For more information please visit.

[Click to download a bilingual map]

Bus

The Bus operates daily from morning to night with special service hour during weekends and special events. For more information please visit.

UBIKE

YouBike uses an electronic unmanned automated management system to provide “ A Leases and B Returns” bike rental service. We hope that bikes will be chosen as the last-mile public transit vehicle and more citizens will be glad to use the mass transit system and meanwhile, environmental protection and energy conservation will be achieved and a new commuting culture will emerge.

For More information, please visit: https://ntpc.youbike.com.tw/home/ 

Environmental Protection Policy 

Air Canada
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British Airways
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Delta Airlines
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Eva Air
Gulf Air
Japan Airlines
JetBlue Airways
Jetstar
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Korean Air
Lufthansa
Qantas
Singapore Airlines
United Airlines
Virgin Australia

Carbon neutrality refers to a series of policies such as using renewable energy and save-energy facilities to reduce carbon emissions, and at the finally via Carbon Offsets to purchase the amount of carbon emissions that is unable to reduce to achieve a net zero greenhouse gas emissions and aims to prevent the global warming.

Because the greenhouse gas emissions are inevitable in daily life, Carbon Offsets is still the way to achieve the net zero emissions. This is to say that greenhouse gas emissions produced by personal or organizations activities such as daily life behave, travel by airplane or office work are counted and paid to Carbon Offsets service business companies or non-profit organizations. These service business companies or organizations directly or indirectly promote the carbon reduction program to cover consumers’ carbon emissions reduction or offsets.
 

Important Dates

- July 10, 2018 -
Fairchild Award Application Starts


- July 31, 2018 -
Deadline for Cancellation of Registration with 75% Refund


- September 10, 2018 -
Deadline for Fairchild Award Application


- September 30, 2018 -
Deadline for On-line Registration


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