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  • TICC

    TICC

    The Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) has been operated by TAITRA since 1992. With considerable event management experience and a deep commitment to integrating Taiwan's MICE industry resources, the TICC has become Taiwan's top venue provider. Every year, the TICC hosts an average of 850 major events, such as world congresses, forums, concerts, and product launches. Purpose-built to meet organizer requirements, the TICC has everything needed to make any event a success. The best partner for events in Asia- TICC.

    The Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) has been operated by TAITRA since 1992. With considerable event management experience and a deep commitment to integrating Taiwan's MICE industry resources, the TICC has become Taiwan's top venue provider. Every year, the TICC hosts an average of 850 major events, such as world congresses, forums, concerts, and product launches. Purpose-built to meet organizer requirements, the TICC has everything needed to make any event a success. The best partner for events in Asia- TICC.

  • TWTC

    TWTC

    The TWTC was started in January, 1986 by Taiwan's foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), to provide a single, modern venue that would combine exhibition space, conference facilities, offices, and hotel accommodation for international business. TWTC combines every possible service that brings together a vast consulting service on trade-related issues, trading partners, suppliers, and markets. 


     This four-in-one complex is designed to accommodate the needs of the international business community, which is why there is not just one, but four structures at the TWTC. The Exhibition HallInt'l Convention CenterInt'l Trade Building and Grand Hyatt, all comprise one integrated business complex. The TWTC stands at the forefront of world trade while serving as a model for global trade centers. 

    The Exhibition Hall

     The Exhibition Hall, often called Exhibition Hall 1, has 7 floors, with a total 159,329 square meters of floor space. Since its opening in 1986, this site has become Asia’s most dynamic showground in the promotion of world trade and industry through the hosting of short and long term exhibitions that meet every need.

     Those organizing or visiting local and international exhibitions can enjoy a full menu of services with Hall facilities including “everything” like a post office, bank, restaurant, conference rooms, bounded warehousing, courier services, travel service, booth decoration service, copying/faxing service, trade library, trade book store, emergency medical clinic and forwarding service.

    The Exhibition Hall, 1st Floor Showground

     Taiwan’s largest exhibition hall is a landmark on the nation’s business horizon. This showground consists of 23,450 square meters and it is divided into 4 areas with a capacity for 1,300 standard exhibition booths. When this space is not being used for one of the 25 annual Taipei International Trade Shows, it is often being used by various organizations to stage more than 60 annual consumer and trade exhibitions.

    The Exhibition Hall, 2nd Floor Showground

     Area H, on the 2nd floor of the Exhibition Hall offers 4,789 square meters and a capacity for 250 standard exhibition booths. A pedestrian sky bridge runs from it directly into TAIPEI 101, the world’s highest building.

    The International Trade Mart

     The upper levels of the Exhibition Hall (2F to 7F) hosts the International Trade Mart, with 1,069 showrooms and the most representative showcase of Taiwan products. This space is subdivided into the upper level Import Mart (7F) that hosts foreign trade offices and the Export Mart (2F to 6F) which highlights top Taiwan products and suppliers.

    Exhibition Hall 3

     Exhibition Hall 3 with 6,748 square meters of showground space has the capacity for 365 standard exhibition booths. It stands just next to TAIPEI 101, the Grand Hyatt Hotel and Warner Village. A great place for your function or event!

    The TWTC was started in January, 1986 by Taiwan's foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), to provide a single, modern venue that would combine exhibition space, conference facilities, offices, and hotel accommodation for international business. TWTC combines every possible service that brings together a vast consulting service on trade-related issues, trading partners, suppliers, and markets. 


     This four-in-one complex is designed to accommodate the needs of the international business community, which is why there is not just one, but four structures at the TWTC. The Exhibition HallInt'l Convention CenterInt'l Trade Building and Grand Hyatt, all comprise one integrated business complex. The TWTC stands at the forefront of world trade while serving as a model for global trade centers. 

    The Exhibition Hall

     The Exhibition Hall, often called Exhibition Hall 1, has 7 floors, with a total 159,329 square meters of floor space. Since its opening in 1986, this site has become Asia’s most dynamic showground in the promotion of world trade and industry through the hosting of short and long term exhibitions that meet every need.

     Those organizing or visiting local and international exhibitions can enjoy a full menu of services with Hall facilities including “everything” like a post office, bank, restaurant, conference rooms, bounded warehousing, courier services, travel service, booth decoration service, copying/faxing service, trade library, trade book store, emergency medical clinic and forwarding service.

    The Exhibition Hall, 1st Floor Showground

     Taiwan’s largest exhibition hall is a landmark on the nation’s business horizon. This showground consists of 23,450 square meters and it is divided into 4 areas with a capacity for 1,300 standard exhibition booths. When this space is not being used for one of the 25 annual Taipei International Trade Shows, it is often being used by various organizations to stage more than 60 annual consumer and trade exhibitions.

    The Exhibition Hall, 2nd Floor Showground

     Area H, on the 2nd floor of the Exhibition Hall offers 4,789 square meters and a capacity for 250 standard exhibition booths. A pedestrian sky bridge runs from it directly into TAIPEI 101, the world’s highest building.

    The International Trade Mart

     The upper levels of the Exhibition Hall (2F to 7F) hosts the International Trade Mart, with 1,069 showrooms and the most representative showcase of Taiwan products. This space is subdivided into the upper level Import Mart (7F) that hosts foreign trade offices and the Export Mart (2F to 6F) which highlights top Taiwan products and suppliers.

    Exhibition Hall 3

     Exhibition Hall 3 with 6,748 square meters of showground space has the capacity for 365 standard exhibition booths. It stands just next to TAIPEI 101, the Grand Hyatt Hotel and Warner Village. A great place for your function or event!

  • Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall (Taipei)

    SYS M H

      The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located in Xinyi DistrictTaipeiTaiwan. It is a memorial to the Republic of China's National Father, Dr. Sun Yat-sen, and was completed on 1972. The total building area covers 29,464 square metres (7.3 acres) in an open space of 115,000 square metres (28.4 acres). It contains displays of Sun's life and the revolution he led, and is also a multi-purpose socialeducational and cultural center for the public.

      The main entrance to the hall contains a statue of Sun Yat-sen. Every hour, there is a formal changing of the guards, which is a popular tourist attraction. The building also includes a performance hall, an exhibition center of about 10,000 square feet (1,000 sqm), a multimedia theatre, an audio-visual center, lecture halls, and a library with over 300,000 books.

      The building itself is sited in Chung-shan Park. It includes gardens, decorative historical walls, and an exhibition and performance area surrounding Lake Cui , also known as Emerald Pond.

      Taiwan's government began to prepare the construction of the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in 1964. In 1965, President Chiang Kai-shek officiated the groundbreaking ceremony. The design plan by architect Wang Ta-hung was selected in a public contest one year later, and modified under the instruction of Chiang, to emphasize Chinese architectural characteristics. The main construction was completed on May 16, 1972. Chiang's funeral was held in the main hall of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in 1975. Originally, the Memorial Hall primarily functioned as a place to display the historical relics of Sun's life and the Xinhai Revolution. It was later opened to exhibitions and performances. Taiwan's highest movie award ceremony, the Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards, is held annually in the Memorial Hall Auditorium.

      Initially affiliated with the city government of Taipei, the Memorial Hall became part of the Ministry of Education, together with the Chung-Shan Building inYangmingshan, in 1986.

      The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located in Xinyi DistrictTaipeiTaiwan. It is a memorial to the Republic of China's National Father, Dr. Sun Yat-sen, and was completed on 1972. The total building area covers 29,464 square metres (7.3 acres) in an open space of 115,000 square metres (28.4 acres). It contains displays of Sun's life and the revolution he led, and is also a multi-purpose socialeducational and cultural center for the public.

      The main entrance to the hall contains a statue of Sun Yat-sen. Every hour, there is a formal changing of the guards, which is a popular tourist attraction. The building also includes a performance hall, an exhibition center of about 10,000 square feet (1,000 sqm), a multimedia theatre, an audio-visual center, lecture halls, and a library with over 300,000 books.

      The building itself is sited in Chung-shan Park. It includes gardens, decorative historical walls, and an exhibition and performance area surrounding Lake Cui , also known as Emerald Pond.

      Taiwan's government began to prepare the construction of the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in 1964. In 1965, President Chiang Kai-shek officiated the groundbreaking ceremony. The design plan by architect Wang Ta-hung was selected in a public contest one year later, and modified under the instruction of Chiang, to emphasize Chinese architectural characteristics. The main construction was completed on May 16, 1972. Chiang's funeral was held in the main hall of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in 1975. Originally, the Memorial Hall primarily functioned as a place to display the historical relics of Sun's life and the Xinhai Revolution. It was later opened to exhibitions and performances. Taiwan's highest movie award ceremony, the Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards, is held annually in the Memorial Hall Auditorium.

      Initially affiliated with the city government of Taipei, the Memorial Hall became part of the Ministry of Education, together with the Chung-Shan Building inYangmingshan, in 1986.

  • Taipei 101

    Taipei 101

    ABOUT TAIPEI 101

    An outstanding landmark is enough to transform a city, e.g. the Empire State Building in New York City, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, or the new Jinmao Mansion in Shanghai. In the 21st century, Taipei needs a more expansive stage for a more brilliant performance. 101 stories above ground and 5 stories below, the 508-meter-tall Taipei 101 is an engineering feat that’s expected to bring Taipei to the world.

    With the grand opening of the office tower, TAIPEI 101 hosted an inauguration ceremony on December 31, 2004 to celebrate the start of a new era. The celebration reached its climax at night when the main tower was lit and fireworks were displayed to welcome the coming of 2005: a new year for Taipei 101 to shine.

    In Februday 2005 the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation signed a lease with TAIPEI101. Soon after that on April 18 The Bayer Group became the first transcontinental company to move into the TAIPEI 101 Financial Building. Winterthur Insurance Group, ABN AMRO Bank and GOOGLE become our valued tenants. With the growing interests from global enterprises, TAIPEI 101 has proven to be a beacon of Taiwan’s economical progress.
    Shareholder
    TAIPEI 101 is a major BOT project that represents the first joint effort between the Taipei City Government and the private sector. Backed by 10 businesses, the Taipei Financial Center (TFC) Corp. was established on July 7 and is the land developer responsible for the planning, implementation, operation and management of the project. The shareholders are 14 renowned domestic businesses. 

    Not only committed to the highest building standards regarding construction hardware, TAIPEI 101 also pursues world-class software in terms of operation and management. From building design, structural engineering, construction and recruiting to operation and management, the project has attracted global expertise to formulate one of the world’s most powerful international teams. TAIPEI 101 aims to introduce talent and technology from abroad, to bring an international vision to the domestic team and boost the local construction business. The most advanced skyscraper construction, operation and planning experience is expected to add even more value to the project in the long term.
    Bringing Taipei to the world
    Located in the finest district Taipei has to offer, TAIPEI 101 is the largest engineering project ever in the history of the Taiwan construction business. Supported by a dozen or so domestic businesses, the TFC Corp. was fortunate to have local and international experts in charge of the planning, and world-class architect C.Y. Lee was responsible for the design of the project. The design transcends the uni-body concept and is based on the Chinese number 8, a numeral long considered lucky in Chinese culture. Eight-floor structural units are connected one by one on top of each other to form the whole. This kind of rhythmic aesthetic is new to skyscrapers.
    The sectional TAIPEI 101 employs a Mega Structure System for disaster and wind damage prevention. As every eight floor constitutes an autonomous space, wind effects on the surface seen in high-rise buildings are eliminated. The design of the foundation guarantees pedestrian safety and comfort. Resembling the flexible yet persistent bamboo that rises into the sky, the building is a reflection of traditional Chinese building philosophy. Inclining 7 degrees inwards, the structure increases in size as it gets higher. The transparent and non-reflective curtain walls are energy efficient and heat reflective, enabling those in Taiwan’s tallest building to have a clear view of the world around them. High-tech materials and innovative illumination creates a see-through effect with transparency and clarity that facilitates the harmony between the building and its natural environment.
    The Hsinyi Planned District: A Sparkling Urban Gem
    At present, the Hsinyi Planned District is Taipei’s only large-scale master-planned district. Its comprehensive structural plan has attracted numerous businesses and made it Taipei’s new city center. TAIPEI101 is located at the very center of the Hsinyi Planned District, its main building occupying around 30,277 square meters. The Hsinyi District features spacious boulevards, landscaped parks and lovely mountain views and is considered one of Taiwan’s most livable environments.
    The Hsinyi Planned District’s comprehensively planned transportation system makes it an attractive destination for consumer automobile traffic. Around 30 public bus routes pass by the TAIPEI101 main entrance, and the building offers 1,800 parking spaces, with 7,000 additional spaces within a ten-minute walk. MRT Hsinyi line directly reaches TAIPEI101.
    Background
    •  Site area: 9,159 ping (30,277 square meter)
    •  Total floor area: about 114,737 ping (379,296 square meter)
    •  Shopping mall floor area (not including the parking lot): 23,744 ping (78,491 square meter)
    •  Office building floor area: 65,269 ping(215,767 square meter)

    ABOUT TAIPEI 101

    An outstanding landmark is enough to transform a city, e.g. the Empire State Building in New York City, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, or the new Jinmao Mansion in Shanghai. In the 21st century, Taipei needs a more expansive stage for a more brilliant performance. 101 stories above ground and 5 stories below, the 508-meter-tall Taipei 101 is an engineering feat that’s expected to bring Taipei to the world.

    With the grand opening of the office tower, TAIPEI 101 hosted an inauguration ceremony on December 31, 2004 to celebrate the start of a new era. The celebration reached its climax at night when the main tower was lit and fireworks were displayed to welcome the coming of 2005: a new year for Taipei 101 to shine.

    In Februday 2005 the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation signed a lease with TAIPEI101. Soon after that on April 18 The Bayer Group became the first transcontinental company to move into the TAIPEI 101 Financial Building. Winterthur Insurance Group, ABN AMRO Bank and GOOGLE become our valued tenants. With the growing interests from global enterprises, TAIPEI 101 has proven to be a beacon of Taiwan’s economical progress.
    Shareholder
    TAIPEI 101 is a major BOT project that represents the first joint effort between the Taipei City Government and the private sector. Backed by 10 businesses, the Taipei Financial Center (TFC) Corp. was established on July 7 and is the land developer responsible for the planning, implementation, operation and management of the project. The shareholders are 14 renowned domestic businesses. 

    Not only committed to the highest building standards regarding construction hardware, TAIPEI 101 also pursues world-class software in terms of operation and management. From building design, structural engineering, construction and recruiting to operation and management, the project has attracted global expertise to formulate one of the world’s most powerful international teams. TAIPEI 101 aims to introduce talent and technology from abroad, to bring an international vision to the domestic team and boost the local construction business. The most advanced skyscraper construction, operation and planning experience is expected to add even more value to the project in the long term.
    Bringing Taipei to the world
    Located in the finest district Taipei has to offer, TAIPEI 101 is the largest engineering project ever in the history of the Taiwan construction business. Supported by a dozen or so domestic businesses, the TFC Corp. was fortunate to have local and international experts in charge of the planning, and world-class architect C.Y. Lee was responsible for the design of the project. The design transcends the uni-body concept and is based on the Chinese number 8, a numeral long considered lucky in Chinese culture. Eight-floor structural units are connected one by one on top of each other to form the whole. This kind of rhythmic aesthetic is new to skyscrapers.
    The sectional TAIPEI 101 employs a Mega Structure System for disaster and wind damage prevention. As every eight floor constitutes an autonomous space, wind effects on the surface seen in high-rise buildings are eliminated. The design of the foundation guarantees pedestrian safety and comfort. Resembling the flexible yet persistent bamboo that rises into the sky, the building is a reflection of traditional Chinese building philosophy. Inclining 7 degrees inwards, the structure increases in size as it gets higher. The transparent and non-reflective curtain walls are energy efficient and heat reflective, enabling those in Taiwan’s tallest building to have a clear view of the world around them. High-tech materials and innovative illumination creates a see-through effect with transparency and clarity that facilitates the harmony between the building and its natural environment.
    The Hsinyi Planned District: A Sparkling Urban Gem
    At present, the Hsinyi Planned District is Taipei’s only large-scale master-planned district. Its comprehensive structural plan has attracted numerous businesses and made it Taipei’s new city center. TAIPEI101 is located at the very center of the Hsinyi Planned District, its main building occupying around 30,277 square meters. The Hsinyi District features spacious boulevards, landscaped parks and lovely mountain views and is considered one of Taiwan’s most livable environments.
    The Hsinyi Planned District’s comprehensively planned transportation system makes it an attractive destination for consumer automobile traffic. Around 30 public bus routes pass by the TAIPEI101 main entrance, and the building offers 1,800 parking spaces, with 7,000 additional spaces within a ten-minute walk. MRT Hsinyi line directly reaches TAIPEI101.
    Background
    •  Site area: 9,159 ping (30,277 square meter)
    •  Total floor area: about 114,737 ping (379,296 square meter)
    •  Shopping mall floor area (not including the parking lot): 23,744 ping (78,491 square meter)
    •  Office building floor area: 65,269 ping(215,767 square meter)
  • Eslite Book Store/ Dun-Nan

    Eslite Book Store

    eslite bookstore  
    spaces to grow your mind

    eslite opened its first store on the Ren‘Ai Roundabout in Taipei in 1989. As eslite grew over the years, it stayed true to the founding philosophy of that original outlet: bring ‘Humanities, the Arts, Creativity and Life’ to the people.

    eslite offers an expertly selected collection of books, magazines and life style accessories through multiple channels and platforms, enriching people’s reading and lifestyles. By now, the chain has developed a comprehensive business model centered on culture and creativity.

    In 1995, eslite Dunnan store relocated to its present venue, where it pioneered the 24-hour bookstore concept in 1999, offering urban residents a round-the-clock space to relax and read. In 2004, eslite was named ‘Asia’s Best bookstore’ in Time Magazine’s Asia edition; while in 2011, eslite was included in the Top 100 Taiwan Brands in the cultural creative services category.

    eslite bookstore  
    spaces to grow your mind

    eslite opened its first store on the Ren‘Ai Roundabout in Taipei in 1989. As eslite grew over the years, it stayed true to the founding philosophy of that original outlet: bring ‘Humanities, the Arts, Creativity and Life’ to the people.

    eslite offers an expertly selected collection of books, magazines and life style accessories through multiple channels and platforms, enriching people’s reading and lifestyles. By now, the chain has developed a comprehensive business model centered on culture and creativity.

    In 1995, eslite Dunnan store relocated to its present venue, where it pioneered the 24-hour bookstore concept in 1999, offering urban residents a round-the-clock space to relax and read. In 2004, eslite was named ‘Asia’s Best bookstore’ in Time Magazine’s Asia edition; while in 2011, eslite was included in the Top 100 Taiwan Brands in the cultural creative services category.

  • Da-an Forest Park

    DAAN PARK

    Daan Forest Park or Da'an Park is a public park located near the centre of the Da'an District of TaipeiTaiwan. The park occupies twenty-six hectares and is bordered on its North, South, East and West by Xinyi RoadHeping RoadJianguo Road and Xinsheng Road, respectively. The park is used by residents of Taipei as a green activity space and for various outdoor activities. The park was created in 1994 after the eviction of longtime squatters and the demolition of illegal buildings on municipal land, not by mayor Chen Shui-bian, as is often cited, but by his predecessor, Huang Ta-chou.

    Daan Forest Park was intended to play a similar role as other major city parks such as New York City's Central Park and London's Hyde Park, acting as the "lungs of Taipei city" and as respite for residents from the bustle of life in Taipei. Similar to the large parks of other cities, Daan Park is surrounded by high price luxury condominiums that fetch a premium due to their desirable views, some reaching the price of $400 million New Taiwan dollars (approximately $14 million US dollars) in 2012.

    The park is home to a wide variety of animals including squirrels, and several species of ducks, egrets, and turtles. Daan Forest park contains two ponds, several pavilions, and strolling paths, and well as cultural recreational facilities such as an amphitheatre, children's playground, a jogging loop, and a skating rink. It also contains an underground parking garage.

    Daan Forest Park or Da'an Park is a public park located near the centre of the Da'an District of TaipeiTaiwan. The park occupies twenty-six hectares and is bordered on its North, South, East and West by Xinyi RoadHeping RoadJianguo Road and Xinsheng Road, respectively. The park is used by residents of Taipei as a green activity space and for various outdoor activities. The park was created in 1994 after the eviction of longtime squatters and the demolition of illegal buildings on municipal land, not by mayor Chen Shui-bian, as is often cited, but by his predecessor, Huang Ta-chou.

    Daan Forest Park was intended to play a similar role as other major city parks such as New York City's Central Park and London's Hyde Park, acting as the "lungs of Taipei city" and as respite for residents from the bustle of life in Taipei. Similar to the large parks of other cities, Daan Park is surrounded by high price luxury condominiums that fetch a premium due to their desirable views, some reaching the price of $400 million New Taiwan dollars (approximately $14 million US dollars) in 2012.

    The park is home to a wide variety of animals including squirrels, and several species of ducks, egrets, and turtles. Daan Forest park contains two ponds, several pavilions, and strolling paths, and well as cultural recreational facilities such as an amphitheatre, children's playground, a jogging loop, and a skating rink. It also contains an underground parking garage.

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No. 370, Sec. 1,
Dunhua S. Road,
Da-an District,
Taipei City,
Taiwan

Convenient Store_FamilyMart

Eslite Book Store_Dun-Nan 24hrs

(TSA) Taipei Songshan Airport

Tong-Hua(Lin-Chian) Night Market

Sogo Department Store

Da-An Park MRT Station

Xin-Yi An-He MRT Station

Da-An MRT Station

Da-An Park

S.Y.S Memorial Hall

TWTC

Xinyi Disctrict

Taipei 101

TICC

The Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) has been operated by TAITRA since 1992. With considerable event management experience and a deep commitment to integrating Taiwan's MICE industry resources, the TICC has become Taiwan's top venue provider. Every year, the TICC hosts an average of 850 major events, such as world congresses, forums, concerts, and product launches. Purpose-built to meet organizer requirements, the TICC has everything needed to make any event a success. The best partner for events in Asia- TICC.

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