Airport Travel

Currently there are four international airports in Taiwan: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Kaohsiung International Airport, Taichung International Airport, and Taipei Songshan Airport. There are direct flights that go to the world’s major countries, making Taiwan’s international aerial transport system a highly convenient one.

Congress VenueHilton Taipei Sinban
Hilton Taipei Sinban
No. 88, Minquan Road
Banqiao District
New Taipei City, 220, Taiwan

From Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to Congress venue

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is an international airport serving Taipei and northern Taiwan. Located about 40 km (25 mi) west of Taipei in Dayuan District, Taoyuan, the airport is Taiwan’s largest and busiest airport and is located approximately 39 km (35 minutes by car) from the congress venue.

By Car:

The car rental service counters are located at the international flights’ arrival hall.

Head East on freeway No.2. Join freeway No.3. Exit at TuCheng taking No.42 off-ramp onto No.65 express freeway to Wugu. Take No.8 Banqiao off-ramp. Turn right to Xianmin Blvd. Hotel is 7 minutes further.

Limousine travel:

This will cost approximately 2,600.00 TWD

By Taxi:Taxi

Taxis are located at the west side of the Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 arrival hall. All taxis and drivers must pass a strict evaluation process by the Aviation Police Office before being allowed to service airport travellers. Taxi fare is based on the meter, highway tolls are not included. Airport taxis provide transportation services 24 hours a day, all year round.

By High Speed Rail (THSR):

Take the Taoyuan Metro bus to the at airport station.  From there airport station take the Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSR) to Taoyuan Station (approximately 15 mins), then take Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSR) to Banqiao Station (approximately 11 mins). The congress venue is across the street from the station.

From Taipei Songshan Airport to Congress venue

Taipei Songshan Airport is situated approximately 14 kilometers (17 minutes by car) from the congress venue.

By Car

The car rental service counters are located at the international flights’ arrival hall.

Turn right to Minquan E Rd. Turn right at Zhang Guo N Rd to Zhang Guo City Exp Way. Exit at Renai Rd. Turn left at Jhongshan S Rd and turn right to Aigue W Rd. Turn left to Jhong-Hua Rd/Bangka Blvd to Ming Cheng Rd, U-turn at the lights.

Limousine travel:

This will cost approximately 1,700.00 TWD


The taxi rank is located outside the Arrivals Lobby. Taxis can also be hailed on the road, south of the gas station. Fares are charged according to distance travelled. A taxi will cost approximately 350 TWD.

By Mass Rapid Transport (MRT)

From Taipei Songshan Airport Station take the Wenhu brown line train (to Taipei Zoo). At Zhongxiao Fuxing Station, change to the Bannan blue line train (to Dingpu) exiting at Banqiao Station which is immediately opposite Hilton Taipei SinBan. The trains run from 06:00 – 00:25 daily. The Subway/Rail will cost approximately 50.00 TWD.

Getting around Taipei:

Taipei has an extensive and safe transportation network including a high-speed rail, MRT rapid transit system, buses, taxis, trains, marine transport, car rentals and bicycles. Please see the Taiwan Tourism Bureau for full information.

The hotel is situated 500 meters from Banqiao Station connecting high-speed rail, train, metro/MRT, and the bus terminal for access to great Taipei and everywhere in Taiwan.

Taiwan High Speed Rail: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. Moving among the corridor’s stations at 300km per hour the fastest, THSR offers truly convenient rides. There are a few ways to purchase a THSR ticket.  A ticket can be purchased on of the day of travel or at a later date, at the ticket counter or at a ticket vending machine. Payment may be made in cash or with a credit card. THSR offers three types of tickets: business class, standard and non-reserved ones. Both holders of business-class and standard tickets would have reserved seats. Those with non-reserved seats may choose any available seat in the non-reserved cars on the date of travel. Early-bird discounts are provided.

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MRT: (Mass Rapid Transport)

The MRT’s many trains and its seamless bus transfer make up Taipei’s convenient transport system. Depending on the distance, a single journey ride starts from NT$20 to NT$65. The one-day pass which may be purchased at each station’s service counter is NT$150. On the date of issue, you may take the MRT as many times as you like. Each pass may only be used by one person at a time.

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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. It is advisable to 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.

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Car rental:

Renting a car is fairly easy in Taiwan. Car rentals can be found by the major airports and train stations. Please ask the company if the rent includes insurance and if there is anything additional to be paid. Visitors not familiar with the roads in Taiwan may consider renting a car and hiring a driver at once. For those only needing an airport pick-up or a few hours’ drive, rental services provided by a hotel may be a more convenient and economical choice. In Taiwan, all cars must drive on the right side of a road. Both the driver and passengers must fasten their seatbelts. You will need a valid international driver’s license to hire a car.

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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.
24-hour Customer Service Hotline (for general inquiries and customer complaints):
+886-2-2191-0096 (Landline, Mobile phone)

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