TaipeiTaiwan MICE City
INTRODUCTION
One visit to Taipei makes it clear why Taiwan's capital is ranked among the world's top MICE cities. It is home to multinational firms, has an extensive and easily navigable public transport system, and boasts no less than four convention and exhibition venues—including the COMPUTEX Taipei, World News Media Congress and Taipei Cycle have been hold here.
Population
2.50
million
Weather
19~25
C
  • Mar-May
    15~29
  • Jun-Aug
    25~33
  • Sep-Nov
    18~31
  • Dec-Feb
    13~21
  • Source:NOAA
Excellent Accommodations
36
hotels
/
9,229
rooms
TWTC Exhibition Hall
The 7-storey hall features exhibition spaces and company product showrooms. Other facilities include a post office, bank, and restaurants, plus a bridge to the Taipei 101 skyscraper next door.
Venue Capacity
23,418
SQM
Standard Booth
1,300

Meeting Room
6

Single Room Maximum Capacity
500

International Airport
TSA/TPE
Convenience Transport
MRT
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Taipei International Convention Center
Taiwan’s premier venue for conferences, the TICC features state-of-the art technology, as well as in-house catering and banquet services.
Venue Capacity
59,997
SQM
Meeting Room
9

Single Room Maximum Capacity
800

International Airport
TSA/TPE
Convenience Transport
MRT
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Taipei Nangang Exihibition Center 1 & 2
One of the largest exhibition venues in Asia, TaiNEX boasts a variety of versatile spaces, is surrounded by upscale hotels, and is easily accessible via the Taipei Metro.
Venue Capacity
75,600
SQM
Standard Booth
4,187

Meeting Room
20

Single Room Maximum Capacity
3,240

International Airport
TPE
Convenience Transport
MRT/THSRC
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Explore Taipei
  • City Exploration
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Unique Cuisine
  • Seasonal Recommendations
  • Nearby Attractions
City Exploration
Xinyi District
Offering first-rate public transportation throughout the city, a myriad of renowned attractions conveniently have Taipei Metro stations nearby. This makes planning relaxing and rewarding half-day outings outside of MICE-event hours a breeze. Explore the bustling upscale Xinyi commercial district and its iconic skyscraping Taipei 101 landmark, the Maokong tea plantation/teahouse area and its hill-soaring Maokong Gondola, or Xiangshan (Mt. Elephant) hiking trail and its glimmering night views.
Maokong Gondola
Xiangshan Night View
Cultural Heritage
Taipei Xia-Hai City God Temple
International travelers are struck by Taipei's diversity and inclusivity. The Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, in a repurposed Japanese-built tobacco-factory complex, is a great venue for MICE activities. Dihua Old Street, Taipei's oldest commercial street, filled with Chinese and Japanese imperial-era architecture, is a favorite destination for international visitors, notably the ornate Taipei Xia-Hai City God Temple.
Songshan Cultural and Creative Park
Dihua Old Street
Unique Cuisine
Michelin-starred Cuisine
The city serves up deliciously diverse cuisine and various types of Michelin-starred restaurants, along with an endless buffet of easy-on-the-palate local foods. During explorations away from MICE duties, satisfy adventurous taste buds with classics such as Taiwanese egg pancakes, beef noodle soup, and pearl milk tea. Be sure to load up on specialty souvenir goodies like pineapple cakes, nougats, and hand-crafted egg rolls to share a little Taipei joy upon returning to family and friends.
Beef Noodles
Pearl Milk Tea
Seasonal Recommendations
Beitou Hot Springs
During business trips to Taipei, different experiences can match different moods and seasons. In spring, for example, meander through sprawling Daan Park to enjoy azalea blooms. In summer, trek along Yangmingshan's Erziping Trail to thrill at butterfly beauty. In autumn and winter, head to Beitou's hot-springs resort area to soak away concerns, rejuvenating body, mind, and spirit.
Daan Park, Azalea Festival
Erziping Trail, Butterflies
Nearby Attractions
Yehliu Geopark
If only a little extra time is available outside of MICE duties, there are still many easily arranged day-trip adventures to tourist destinations just outside of Taipei City. Prime examples are to see the rugged seascape and natural stone sculptures at Yehliu Geopark and scores of old-timey shops on the mountainside of Jiufen village's Old Street, an international tourist favorite. At the sprawling National Center for Traditional Arts, wander through a mock-up of a yesteryear town, browse the shops selling traditional-culture crafts such as hand puppets and children's toys, and enjoy the array of live folk art demos and performance art shows.
Jiufen Old Street
National Center for Traditional Arts
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