Travel Information

International Airports

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  • Most international flights land in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (Airport Code: TPE) which is situated 40km (24.8 miles) southwest of Taipei.
  • Taipei Songshan Airport (Airport code: TSA) serves chartered flights, most of which are to and from mainland China , domestic flights, and some international flights to Japan-Haneda(HND)/Korea-Gimpo(GMP). It's close to the Taipei city center.

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Local Attraction



  • National Palace Museum
    National Palace Museum, with its antique collection amounts to nearly 700,000 pieces whose age range covers almost the entire five-thousand-year-old Chinese history, has made it as the greatest and priceless treasure house regarding Chinese art on earth. Among the collections, you may enjoy Chinese earthenware like pottery, porcelain, as well as bronze, jade ware, sculpture, embroidery, calligraphy and painting; each piece is a true curio.
  • Maokong Gondola
    The Maokong Gondola is a gondola lift transportation system in Taipei, Taiwan. Opened on 4 July 2007, the Maokong Gondola operates between Taipei Zoo and Maokong. The 4.3 km (2.7 mi) line has four stations. The facilities of the gondola were contracted to the French company Poma. The nearest Metro station is Taipei Zoo station, Wenshan Line.
  • Jiufen
    Feel spirited away in this decommissioned gold mining mountain town, originally built by the Japanese and now a maze of lanes and alleyways with rich history and culture.
  • Yingge Old Street
    Yingge is in the southernmost part of Taipei County. The town is adjacent to Shulin in the east, Pa-Deh city and Taoyuan city in the west, San-Shia town and Ta-Chi town in the south and Kwiie-Hsiang and Shulin town in the north, the total land area is 21.1248 square kilometer.
  • Shilin Night Market
    Shilin Night Market is a night market in the Shilin District of Taipei, Taiwan, and is often considered to be the largest and most famous night market in the city. The nearest Metro station is Jiantan Station, Tamsui-Xinyi Line
  • Taipei 101
    Taipei 101, stylized as TAIPEI 101 and formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, is a landmark supertall skyscraper in Xinyi District, Taipei, Republic of China. The nearest Metro station is Taipei 101 / World Trade Center Station, Tamsui-Xinyi Line
  • Yingge Ceramics Museum
    The construction of the New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum was first proposed in 1988 and opened to the public on November 26, 2000. In twelve years, it has become the leading county museum in Taiwan and the first professional museum wholly dedicated to ceramics. In addition to exhibiting the Taiwanese ceramic culture, it also stimulates the public's interest and attention in ceramics. .
  • Juming Museum
    Ju Ming is an important local artist, with an international reputation, especially for the unique spirit and character of his works. The outdoor was museum built from scratch, turning a wasteland into a large-scale sculpture park. The artist himself took part in the whole process of constructing the museum, from organization to supervising of the building and architectural design.
  • Yehliu Park
    The coastal rock formation of the Yehliu Geopark is one of most famous landscape of the kind in the world. Wave attacks, rock weathering, earth movement and crustal movement all contribute to the formation of a rare and stunning geological landscape. You can find beautiful mushroom rocks, ginger rocks, sea caves, etc. there, the fascinating creation of the nature.
  • Yangmingshan National Park
    Looking north from Taipei City, the range of mountains you can see in the distance fringing the Taipei basin from left to right, Mt. Xiangtian, Mt. Miantian, Mt. Datun, Mt. Xiaoguanyin and Mt. Qixing are the heart of Yangmingshan National Park. The park is famous for its unique volcanic geology and topographical sights, with signs of volcanic activity like fumaroles and hot springs everywhere. It's easy to reach from Taipei, just one hour by bus. Due to its accessibility for the people of northern Taiwan, on weekends and holidays the park attracts countless hikers and other visitors who come to enjoy the scenery.
  • Songshan Cultural and Creative Park
    The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park is not just a platform for showcasing creativity and innovation. It strives to be a hub for inspiring and nurturing the spirits of creativity, and with the four key strategies of “Creative Lab”, “Creative Co-Op”, “Creative School”, and “Creative Showcase”, the objective is for the Park to achieve the goal of becoming Taipei’s creative hub.