Transportation

Air Transportation
Kaohsiung International Airport is an important hub in southern Taiwan. It is easily accessible from the city center.
Time to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
(Conference Venue): 22 minutes·       Metro: 12 minutes
R4 (Kaohsiung International Airport Station) to R8 (Sanduo Shopping District Station)·       Walk: 10 minutes
Time to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
(Conference Venue): 25 minutes·       Taxi: 25 minutes
http://www.kia.gov.tw/English/
Taoyuan International Airport is the main airport of Taiwan. It can be accessed via over 190 non-stop and direct flights from 56 major cities throughout the world.
Time to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
(Conference Venue): 2 Hours 30 minutes·       Taxi/Bus: 15/25 minutes
Take taxi or bus No. 705 to Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station·       Taiwan High Speed Rail: 1 Hour 40 minutes
From Taoyuan Station to Zuoying Station·       Metro: 17 minutes
R16 (Zuoying Station) to R8 (Sanduo Shopping District Station)·       Walk: 10 minutes
Time to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
(Conference Venue): 2 Hours 15 minutes·       Taxi/Bus: 15/25 minutes
Take taxi or bus No.705 to Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station·       Taiwan High Speed Rail: 1 Hour 40 minutes
From Taoyuan Station to Zuoying Station
Taxi: 15 minutes
http://www.taoyuan-airport.com/english
Ground Transportation
  • Taiwan High Speed Railway
    The THSR goes through 11 main cities along the western part of Taiwan at the moment.
  • Railway
    Trains on the round-the-island rail network provide extremely convenient services. Tickets may be purchased three days in advance.
  • Metro System (Kaohsiung Rapid Transit)

The KRT currently has three lines in operation. Tickets can be purchased at automatic-ticket machines in all KRT stations.
The KRT runs from 6 am to 12 midnight seven days a week. Smoking, eating, drinking or gum chewing are strictly prohibited on all KRT trains.

Website: http://www.krtco.com.tw/train_info/service-1.aspx

  • Taxi

Kaohsiung has a huge fleet of taxis. Charges are NT$85 for the first 1.5km and NT$5 for each additional 250 meters. An additional NT$5 is charged for every three minutes of waiting. All fares appear on the meter, except for a NT$10 charge for cabs dispatched by phone and for each piece of luggage placed in taxi trunk. Tips are not required.