Travel Taiwan with New Transport Links, Tourist Shuttles & Glass Bridges!

Press Release ( - LONDON - Jul 18, 2016 - From the stunning mountains to pristine beaches, Taiwan is the perfect destination for all types of holiday, and now transport links and infrastructural updates mean that it is easier than ever to access all areas. Visitors can get from the beautiful mountain peaks in the national parks, to the open countryside or central Taipei in a matter of hours.  Tourists can hop on the Taiwan Tourist Shuttle, travel in style via high speed rail services, cycle along old railway tracks or trek Nantou county via a new glass bridge and admire the breath-taking views below.

Taiwan Tourist Shuttle

The Taiwan Tourist Shuttle is a hop-on, hop-off service which transports visitors between popular tourist spots including the Hakka village of Nanzhuang, Sun Moon Lake or the tea plantations in Alishan. The Tourist Shuttle provides visitors with easy, hassle-free travelling at an affordable price with frequent shuttles.

Earlier this year a new Tourist Shuttle route was launched in the north western city of Hsinchu. The route has a number of stops along the way in central Hsinchu and enables easy access to the Nanliao Fishing Harbour, a great spot to watch Nanliao’s famous sun sets. Hsinchu is always a popular destination for those visiting Taiwan, a bustling mix of modernity and historic charm as the oldest city in northern Taiwan. It also connects to the popular Lion’s Head Mountain Route, with a transfer at the THSR (Taiwan High Speed Rail) Hsinchu Station bus stop.

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Taiwan on Two Wheels

For those who prefer to travel on two wheels, Taiwan provides one of the world’s most beautiful backdrops for cycling. As a large mountainous island, the cycling routes are scenic and endless. Taiwan has transformed a stretch of decommissioned railway lines into an amazing cycling super route taking in old train stations, lush landscapes and breathtaking railway bridges. The Taichung Shuangfeng Bikeway, made up of the Dongfong and Houfeng routes, is a great option for those who’d like to cover a lot of ground without having to hit rough, unmaintained trails. Sights along this ride include a 1.2 km tunnel, 380 m steel bridge across the Dajia River and lake views.

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Nantou County’s New Glass Bridge

Nantou County’s new 228 foot long glass suspension bridge, crosses a scenic valley in Nantou county, and is sure to get anyone’s heart racing! As well an adrenaline rush from the jaw-dropping height, the glass panels also allow for a perfect. view of the changing colours of the leaves in the valley below. Whilst in Nantou, also known as the ‘Mother Earth of Taiwan’  county, visitors are also encouraged to explore Sun Moon Lake, the Lushan hot springs and the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village.


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For media enquiries, please contact Laoise Collins at The Brighter Group on or telephone 020 7326 9880.

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