Since the operation, Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) has been a closed part of people's acting as the locomotive of the social economy in Taiwan. 2014 saw the completion of the Hualien-Taitung railway electrification. On June 28 in the same year, Puyuma, the new Tze-Chiang Limited Express, was officially launched under the witness of President Ma Ying-Jeou, setting an important milestone for the Eastern railway.
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- All year
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- B1, No.3, Beiping W. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Monday: 08:00 – 20:00
Tuesday: 08:00 – 20:00
Wednesday: 08:00 – 20:00
Thursday: 08:00 – 20:00
Friday: 08:00 – 20:00
Saturday: 08:00 – 20:00
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Taipei Main Station
Kuala Lumpur, Malasia
Station where all connectivity centralizedTaipei Station is a very busy station where all the public transport interchange located. Airport MRT, train are in one building. Also, underground connected Express bus station and MRT stations such as Taipei Main and Beimen. It is also near to XimenTing area where lots of tourist went. Surrounding area have lots of big shopping malls, Airbnb, hotels, shops and restaurants. Underground Street Mall also under the Taipei Station. It is practically a shopping area as well!!
Xinyi District, Taipéi
Avoid peak times if possibleThe hub of MRT and BUS/TRA/HSR travel in Taipei. Follow the signs and you should be OK. Main Station can get overwhelmingly busy during rush hour so newbies should avoid these times or get swept up in a herd of people buried in their phones scurrying to their exits/platforms.
Huge and efficient stationVery big station. Its easy to navigate due to the abundance of signage and friendly staff. Rode the bullet train here to Taichung. Full of small thrift shops and stores.
Taipei's Travel HubIts like the old saying "all roads lead to Rome". This is where you will find MRTs, buses and trains. The trains in particular will take you to all parts of Taiwan. Taipei station is where traellers find themselves when they either get off the Kuo Kwang 1819 bus or the Taoyuan MRT from the Airport. From here they'll take the MRT or bus or train to whereever they need to travel. So until you find your bearings in Taipei, you'll use this station a lot. On weekends, this place is a meeting and picnic point for many foreign workers in Taipei. Some of these workers are from Indonesia, the Phillippines, etc. The weekends are when you'll find Taipei station at its most crowded and lively. The station is also connected to the underground Taipei City Mall.
San José, California
Main transportation center but prepare to walkThis the main station where all the public transportion crosses. Having to main station of othe large cities, I find this station is less organized and poorly laid out. Be prepared to walk a lot just because the place is big and also the likelyhood going the wrong way from poorly laid out signage.
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