Traffic Information
  • Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) is the most convenient airport for traveling to Taipei, with airlines from around the world versatile on regular schedules. Located approximately 50 kilometers from Grand Hyatt Taipei and Taipei 101, we recommend taking a taxi or airport shuttle for the most direct and seamless way to reach the Xinyi District.
  • Taipei Songshan Airport primarily in serves destinations Taiwan and, other locations in Asia, including Seoul, Tokyo, mainland China, and other countries. Less than a 20-minute drive to Grand Hyatt Taipei and Taipei 101 by car, it is significantly closer than the Taoyuan International Airport (TPE).
  • In Taiwan, taxis are yellow and can be found taxi ranks in the city and major locations such as hotels and airports. Taxis can also be hailed on the streets of Taipei City. (Uber is also available.)  
  • The taxi fare from Taoyuan International Airport to Taipei City will cost approximately N$1,200, and from Songshan Airport about NT$500.
  • Taipei buses cover the entire city and offer an excellent way to explore Taipei in depth.
  • Fares can be paid in coins or with the electronic EasyCard travel card, with. one trip or segment costing NT$15.
  • When using the EasyCard, swipe (tap) the card when boarding and alighting the bus, and the fare will be deducted accordingly.
  • For more information, view bus routes.
  • The Taipei metro is often the fastest and most convenient mode of public transport in Taipei. Trains arrive on average every 3 to 5 minutes, with an average travel time between stations in metropolitan Taipei of around 2 mins.
  • Smoking, eating, drinking, and chewing gum are not allowed inside the metro.
  • One-way tickets can be purchased at the ticket machines at the station before passing through the gate. Daily and multi-day passes, as well as EasyCard travel cards (pronounced “yo-yo card”) can be purchased at the information desk or EasyCard customer service center.
  • The YouBike network is integrated with the metro. YouBike stations are located outside every metro station and near most major sites in Taipei.
  • View more information on the YOUBIKE