TPE airport shuttle transfers

Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International TPE Airport Shuttle

Located in the West Taipei region, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport offers a slew of unique amenities ranging from an on-site library to a fun video arcade. Get to know every part of the region by having a ride to take you out as soon as you arrive, whether it’s from the help of Hotel Orchard’s 4-star shuttles service or the convenience of the connecting Taoyuan Station. Keep in mind you can also explore the beauty of North Taiwan with a private rental of your own, whether it’s a roomy ride big enough for the whole family or something quiet for business.
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Reserve a quiet sedan to take a scenic tour of the Yangmingshan National Park, located along the island’s most northern tip and known for its hiking trails that rest on active volcanoes and hot springs. For larger parties looking to take a group trip downtown, reserve a chartered bus or SUV to enjoy landmarks like the National Palace Museum, bringing everyone into a world as ancient as it is new. If you’re simply traveling for business and need to get in and out of Taipei International Convention Center, beat the traffic with a taxi, or absorb local history with a local personal driver, getting from the Lin Family Mansion to the Sanxiantai Bridge at a pace you can enjoy.
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TPE Airport Transfers

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Taipei Airport Shuttle Service
The Metro Taipei MRT is a driverless elevated train system. Fares cost from NT $20 66 cents USD to NT $65 $2.15 USD one-way; and signs and stops are in English.

Shared Ride Van
Book our shared van service and enjoy the ride to Lungshan Temple near the Danshui River. This ground transportation is the best option to take care of your budget, plus you get a secure transport.

Private Van
Our private van service offers airport transfers upon arrival and departure, a door-to-door service, daily pickup and drop off. You can consider this transport when going with your family to Ximending to enjoy the shops, cafes, restaurants and cultural sites.

Private Sedan
Sightseeing at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial done in style when booking our private sedan service. This service can be booked for airport transportation.

Local Personal Drivers
A culture is characterized by what local people eat. Get to know Taiwanese culture by trying Taiwanese dishes. Hire our local personal drivers for taking you to dine traditional staff.

Private SUV
Go and buy some electronics at the Electronic Avenue. You are definitely going to find the electronics much cheaper than the ones available in shopping malls. Do not worry about the time; our private SUV service is waiting for you.

Taxi Cab
Take our taxicab service when visiting the National Palace Museum where you can witness some of the most ancient Chinese artifacts and artworks in the world.

Stretched Limousine
Your visit to Taipei is not complete if you do not taste Taiwan’s pearl milk. Hire our high-class limousine service to get like a royal for a tea escape. Enjoy drinking this expensive tea at Ten Ren Tea.

At any time you decide our bus transport can take you and your family to Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, which has a beautiful courtyard; a whole day can be easily spent there. Feel free to ask four our combo offers and discounts.

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Taipei Airport Shuttles
Taipei shuttle to the airport
You can reserve a hotel in Taipei or you can make discount airport transportation reservations. Taiwan Taoyuan International airport abbreviated TPE is located 25 miles (40km) west of Taipei and is the largest airport in Taiwan.

Taipei has a bus system that makes it easy to travel around the city. Local buses have a number and their fare is approximately NT $15 50-cent USD.

You can also take a taxi but please note that most taxi drivers do not speak English. You will need to have your location written on paper to make sure you get to your destination. The meter starts at NT $70 $2.30 USD and then NT $20 66 cents for every km. You won’t need to tip your taxi driver.

About Taoyuan International Airport
The airport sees over 30 million passengers each year and is the world’s 13th busiest international airport. Taipei itself is the capital of Taiwan. The summers here are hot and humid with heavy rain and typhoons. Winter here is warm and foggy. From June to October the Pacific Typhoon affects Taipei.

Taipei Restaurants
In Taipei almost on every street or alley you’ll find something to eat. Like many populous cities you’ll find a good mix of international delicacies. In East Taipei, you’ll pay a hefty price tag but you’ll also dine with the rich and maybe even the famous. In West Taipei you’ll find great food that packs a smaller price tag. Among all the restaurants you’ll also find several night markets; some are even open during the day. A night market will have stores and restaurants set up in a sort of flea market style. There you’ll find a huge variety of food. A tourist favorite is Shilin Night Market. While you’re there you can try the oyster omelets, tianbula, stinky tofu, mango ice, and pearl milk. Don’t worry if all of this sounds too taboo, you’ll also find a mix of things you’re used to like spare ribs, fried fish fillets, sweet and sour chicken, and fried rice.

Hotels near TPE
If you are on a budget you’ll find a number of hostels in Taipei. There’s the Homey Hostel I in Downtown, Taipei Backpackers Hostel, which is near an area famous for it’s shopping. If money is not an object in East Taipei you’ll find many luxurious hotels like the Grand Hyatt, Sheraton Grande, and the Shangri-La’s far Eastern Plaza.

Things to do in Taipei
There is so much to see and do in Taipei. First on the list are the Hot Springs. Another popular destination is to hike Elephant Mountain. There are also many festivals, events, temples, museums, and even a few theme parks like the Taipei Zoo.