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Two Taipei Airports


From Airport to the School Directly

Currently there is no direct train or bus from these two airports to Yilan. If you do not have any pre-conference tour, we suggest you come to school directly from the airport by taxi

  • From Taiwan Taoyaun International airport costs 2000 NT (50 Euro) per car 2.5 hours
  • From Taipei Songshan airport costs 1200 NT (30 Euro) per car 1.5 hours


From Airport to Taipei

You may like to visit the capital city Taipei or other places before or after the conference.


From Taipei to Yilan

Public transportation between Taipei and Yilan is quite convenient. Three major bus companies -- Capital Star, Kamalan, and Kuo-Kuang -- provide express bus services from Taipei to Yilan every 5 to 10 minutes and train services are provided by Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA). It only takes 60 to 70 minutes to get to Yilan by bus and 90 minutes if you take an express train.

  • Bus :Several bus companies operate the routes from Taipei Main Bus Station and Taipei City Hall Bus Station to Yilan city. The single bus fare is around 120 NT (3 Euro) and it takes 60 to 70 minutes. Most bus companies do not have English website, more information will be provided by ECT.
  • Train (Railway) :You can enjoy a train journey with good view. It costs 140-218 NT and 1.5-2 hours from Taipei to Yilan (depend on the type of the train). You could also reach Yilan from other cities by Train.


From Yilan to the School

Huey-Deng High School is located at Yuanshan Township, Yilan County. Currently it is not accessible by public transport.

  • A taxi from Yilan railway train or bus station to the school costs 200 NT (5 Euro).
  • ECT will survey all delegations’ arrival time and try to organize a shuttle bus from Yilan train/bus station to the school on 6th July. More information will be provided. 


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