International Arrival and Departure
Currently there are four international airports in Taiwan, and two of them are in the northern Taiwan: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA). There are direct flights that go to the world’s major countries, making Taiwan’s international aerial transport system a highly convenient one.
The fourth airport transit line in Asia, Metro 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. Inaugurated on March 2, 2017, Metro Taoyuan Airport Line now provides comprehensive and convenient services to visitors from at home and abroad.
Download the Taoyuan Metro Route Map.
Taiwan High Speed Rail has made Taiwan’s public transport system more convenient, because it brings cities and towns closer. Moving among the corridor’s stations at 300km per hour the fastest, THSR offers truly convenient rides.
Plan Your Trip with Taiwan HSR.
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. The main venue of The Web Conference 2020 takes five minutes’ walk from MRT Taipei 101/ World Trade Centre Station (Exit 2/ Red Line).
Download the Taipei MRT Route Map.
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. But the difference is rather small. Most drivers do not speak English, however. 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.
Find out more transportation information for your travel itinerary.