TransportationAirport to Taipei Taiwan situated in the heart of Asia Pacific. Many airlines fly to Taiwan making it become the perfect travel destination. Taiwan is a quality convention destination, high-quality human resources, and successful development of the capital and technology-intensive industrial sectors. With natural sceneries, convenient transportation and delicious cuisine, Taiwan will guarantee an enjoyably journey.
There are two international airports in Taiwan:
|Airport||Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport||Taipei Songsang Airport|
|Introduction||The Taipei TTY Airport is the main gateway of Taiwan. It can be accessed via over 190 non-stop and direct flights from 56 major cities throughout the world.||Situated in Metropolitan Taipei, the Taipei International Airport is the hub of domestic air transportation. It is easily accessible from the town centers.|
|Taxi||Time to National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Symposium Venue): 40 Minutes
Terminal 1 Taxi Service Center:
Terminal 2 Taxi Service Center:
|Time to National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Symposium Venue): 20 Minutes|
|Bus & Metro||Time to National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Symposium Venue): 2 Hour 20 Minutes
||Time to National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Symposium Venue): 40 Minutes
Taipei Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS)
The MRT currently has five lines in operation. Tickets can be purchased at automatic-ticket machines in all MRT stations. A "Single-journey Ticket" costs between NT$20 to NT$65 depends on distance. A NT$150"One-day Pass" purchased from a service booth will allow unlimited travel among all MRT lines within one day.
The MRT runs from 6 am to 12 midnight seven days a week. Smoking, eating, drinking or gum chewing are strictly prohibited on all MRT trains.
In addition, the use of cellular phones is prohibited in the first and the last car of each train.
Taxi Taipei has a huge fleet of taxis. Charges are NT$70 for the first 1.25km and NT$5 for each additional 300 meters. An additional NT$5 is charged for every two minutes of waiting, and a surcharge NT$20 is added to fares between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. All fares appear on the meter, except for a NT$10 charge for cabs dispatched by phone and for each piece of luggage placed in taxi trunk. Tips are not required.