International Building (IB), National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST)
Address: #No.43, Sec. 4, Keelung Rd., Da'an Dist., Taipei City 106, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
By Car / Vehicle
Take Freeway 1 and get off from the Yuanshan Interchange down to Jianguo Road. Enter the left lane of Xinhai Road that leads southbound to Muzha District and turn right at the intersection (adjacent to the NTU campus) between Xinhai Road and Keelung Road. Go along Keelung Road and past Changxing Street until you see the Taiwan Tech campus on the left.
Take Freeway 3 and exit from National Highway 3A down to Section 3 of Xinhai Road. Turn left at the intersection between Xinhai Road and Keelung Road. Go along Keelung Road and past Changxing Street until you see the Taiwan Tech campus on the left.
By the Taipei Joint Bus System
Bus lines within the system that make a stop at Taiwan Tech are:
#1, #207, #275, #275(Sub), #275(Shuttle), #650, #672, #673, #907, #11(Green Line), #12 (Brown Line), Dunhua Main Line.
台北市動態公車資訊網 Taipei eBus Gis Dynamic：http://5284.taipei.gov.tw/
By Express Bus (via freeway or expressway)
Fuho Bus (Banqiao—Keelung; Taipei—Keelung; Xindian—Keelung; De-Lin Institute of Technology—Keelung
Keelung Bus (Banqiao—Keelung)
Zhinan Bus/ Chungli Bus (Taoyuan—Taipei City Hall Bus Station): serves Xindian District, Gongguan, and Liuzhangli.
Taichung Bus/CitiAir Bus (Taichung-Taipei): serves Longtan and Xindian Districts, Liuzhangli, Taipei City Hall Bus Station, and Songshan Railway Station.
King Bus/e-go Bus/Chungli Bus (Chungli—Taipei): serves Yonghe and Zhonghe Districts, Gongguan, Liuzhangli, and Taipei City Hall Bus Station.
Yalan Bus (Hsinchu—Taipei): except Taiwan Tech, serves Industrial Technology Research Institute, National Tsing Hua University, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, Longtan and Xindian Districts, several MRT stations (Jingmei, Wanlong, and Gongguan), Xinsheng South Road, and Ren-Ai and Dunhua Intersection (located within walking distance of Taipei City Government).
By the MRT
台北捷運網站 Taipei Metro: http://www.trtc.com.tw/
Songshan-Xindian Line: Leave the Gongguan station (G07) via Exit 2 (leading to Mingchuan Elementary School) and go left onto Zhoushan Road on the NTU campus and walk a short way to Lu-Ming Hall (鹿鳴堂). Turn right and head to Keelung Road. Cross the road and turn left into an entrance of the Taiwan Tech campus. Or take a short ride to Taiwan Tech on the #1, #673, #907, #11(Green Line), or #12 (Brown Line) bus from Exit 1 of the Gongguan station.
Wenhu Line: Ride Keelung Bus (Keelung-Banqiao) or the #1, #207, #672, or #650 bus from the Liuzhangli station (BR07).
Getting from the Airport to Taiwan Tech
The most direct and least expensive transportation is by one of the airport buses run by the Taiwan Bus Corp. After you exit the immigration and customs area, look for signs that say Airport Bus 機場巴士 These signs will bring you to the bus stop area of the terminal, where you can buy tickets for the bus. Buy a ticket for either the Kuokuang Line 國光號 or the Chunghsin Line 中興號 , which have the fewest stops between the airport and Taipei.
There are compartments under the bus which will be open for you to put your luggage in before you get on the bus. Don’t forget to get your luggage when you get off the bus!
Stay on the bus until the last stop, which will be near the Taipei Railway Station (台北車站) or the Sungshan Domestic Airport (松山機場) inside Taipei. (It really is inside the city!) When you get off the bus, the driver should open the compartment to let you take out your luggage. If he doesn’t, show the driver the following words: 行李 Luggage
Once you have gotten off the bus and have picked up your luggage, look for a taxi. Show the driver the address of our school: 國立台灣科技大學 基隆路四段43號 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology 43 Keelung Road, Section 4
This should get you safely to the main gate of our university.
Currency: It is a good idea to exchange some currency (about US$100 worth) for local NT dollars at the airport. This way you will have local currency to pay for your transportation to Taiwan Tech and other expenses during your first few days on campus.
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臺北旅遊 Travel in Taipei City
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