Taiwan High Speed Rail(Taiwan High Speed Rail)

Train Type: Taiwan High Speed Rail(Taiwan High Speed Rail)

Taiwan High Speed Rail

Taiwan's high-speed rail, which Japan often calls "Taiwan Shinkansen", is Taiwan's high-speed rail system, which runs through the most densely populated western region of Taiwan, with a total length of 349.5 kilometers. After opening to traffic on January 5, 2007, it gradually became one of the important long-distance transportation vehicles in western Taiwan, and it was also an indicator of Taiwan's rail industry. There are currently 130 to 162 shifts per day between the North and the South.

The high-speed rail is equivalent to the high-speed rail in mainland China. It currently only runs through the western part of Taiwan, including Nangang Station, Taipei Station, Banqiao Station, Taoyuan Station, Hsinchu Station, Miaoli Station, Taichung Station, Changhua Station, Yunlin Station, Chiayi Station and Tainan Station. There are 12 stations in Zuoying Station. Taiwan's high-speed rail is high in price, fast in speed and comfortable, suitable for long-distance travel;

1st Class

Taiwan High Speed Rail

Taiwan's high-speed rail, which Japan often calls "Taiwan Shinkansen", is Taiwan's high-speed rail system, which runs through the most densely populated western region of Taiwan, with a total length of 349.5 kilometers. After opening to traffic on January 5, 2007, it gradually became one of the important long-distance transportation vehicles in western Taiwan, and it was also an indicator of Taiwan's rail industry. There are currently 130 to 162 shifts per day between the North and the South.

The high-speed rail is equivalent to the high-speed rail in mainland China. It currently only runs through the western part of Taiwan, including Nangang Station, Taipei Station, Banqiao Station, Taoyuan Station, Hsinchu Station, Miaoli Station, Taichung Station, Changhua Station, Yunlin Station, Chiayi Station and Tainan Station. There are 12 stations in Zuoying Station. Taiwan's high-speed rail is high in price, fast in speed and comfortable, suitable for long-distance travel;

Facilities in the coach
  • * Increased seating space, 180-degree swivel seat
  • * Washroom, baby diaper stand
  • * Power outlet
  • * Personal music listening system
  • * Free refreshments
  • * Equipped with two reading lights
  • * Free daily newspapers and various magazine publications

2nd Class

Taiwan High Speed Rail

Taiwan's high-speed rail, which Japan often calls "Taiwan Shinkansen", is Taiwan's high-speed rail system, which runs through the most densely populated western region of Taiwan, with a total length of 349.5 kilometers. After opening to traffic on January 5, 2007, it gradually became one of the important long-distance transportation vehicles in western Taiwan, and it was also an indicator of Taiwan's rail industry. There are currently 130 to 162 shifts per day between the North and the South.

The high-speed rail is equivalent to the high-speed rail in mainland China. It currently only runs through the western part of Taiwan, including Nangang Station, Taipei Station, Banqiao Station, Taoyuan Station, Hsinchu Station, Miaoli Station, Taichung Station, Changhua Station, Yunlin Station, Chiayi Station and Tainan Station. There are 12 stations in Zuoying Station. Taiwan's high-speed rail is high in price, fast in speed and comfortable, suitable for long-distance travel;

Facilities in the coach
  • * 180 degree swivel seat
  • * washroom, baby diaper set
  • * Meal sale

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