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National Taiwan Unversity



Taiwan's total land area is only about 36,000 square kilometers; it is shaped like a tobacco leaf that is narrow at both ends. It lies off the southeastern coast of mainland Asia, across the Taiwan Straits from Mainland China--a solitary island on the western edge of the Pacific Ocean. To the north lies Japan and Okinawa, to the south is the Philippines. Many airlines fly to Taiwan, helping make it the perfect travel destination.
  Arrival From Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport

You can take buses or taxies to get to Taipei from CKS International Airport. Bus platforms are available at both Terminal I and II. Terminal I Bus Platform is on the southwest side of the Arrival Passenger Reception Area, while Terminal II Bus Platform is on the northeast side of the Arrival Passenger Reception Area on the first floor of the terminal. Adult single fares vary from NT$120 to NT$150 depends on bus companies. The journey time is about one hour in moderate traffic. Taxies are available 24 hours a day outside the Arrival Hall of both terminals. Airport taxies charge according to the meter in addition to a 50% surcharge (highway tolls not included) and provide transport to anywhere in Taiwan. A typical taxi fare to Taipei is approx. NT$1,000~1,200. You can visit the website, , for more buses and taxies information. After getting to Taipei, MRT, buses or taxies are all available to get to NTU. You can take MRT (mass rapid transit) to Gong-Guan MRT station. The campus is within 5 mins walking distance.

  From Taipei Songshan airport
  You can take MRT from Songshan Airport station (brown line) and transfer to MRT Gong-Guan station (green line) from the airport. You can visit the website , for more MRT information. You can also take taxi from domestic airport, a typical taxi fare to NTU campus is approx. NT$ 250~300.
  Climate and Clothing
  Taiwan enjoys a subtropical climate, with warm, mild weather the year round. The average temperature of Taipei in August and September is around 28℃~32℃.
  Currency and Banking
  The currency is New Taiwan dollar (NT$). The exchange rate is approximately NT$30:US$1 (subject to change.) Foreign currencies can be exchanged at hotels, airports, and banks. Major credit cards such as Visa and Master are widely accepted, and traveler’s checks may be accepted by a number of tourist-oriented shops and at most international tourist hotels and banks. Banks open from 09:00 to 15:30, Monday through Friday and are closed during national holiday and weekend. ATM is widely available in major area.
  Electricity is supplied at 110 Volts A.C. 60 cycles. The standard fittings are for flat two-pin-plugs


The 11th International Meeting on Electrochromism (IME-11)