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Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

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Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

Thought we might use an airport bus to the Train Station. Is it easy to get taxis from there-we arrive at the airport at 16.50-and how much should it cost? I realise that we could take the MTR but do not want to carry suitcases up and down stairs as we are over 60. Alternatively, do any of the airport buses go near to the hotel? Any advice would be appreciated.

1. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

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2. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

I was hoping to get a taxi from the train station as it will be much cheaper than getting a taxi all the way from the airport.

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3. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

Board Kuo Kuang bus from Airport to Taipei Main Station (terminal stop). Fare: NT$125 Travel time: About 55 mins. Kuo Kuang bus station is near to Taipei Main Station where the HSR, TRA and MRT trains converge and the three different stations are linked by long underground malls. Take a short cab ride from there to DongWu Hotel. Cab fare from Airport to hotel is around NT$1200

MRT stations near to Dong Wu Hotel are Shuanglian and Minquan W Rd Stations.

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4. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

Thanks for that-where would be the best place to pick up a cab- at the bus station or train station?

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5. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

Cabs are readily available and probably waiting for passengers at Taipei Main Station and bus station.

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6. Re: Getting to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport

Many thanks for the replies-it makes me feel happier about arriving in Taipei.

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Does anyone know how much it will cost to take the taxi to Dong wu Hotel, Datong from Taoyuan airport, we are travelling in a group of 7, 4A and 3C and arriving around 2am so no public transport will be opened at that time, preferably if we can hire a small minibus or van be good. Since we are travelling with kids we want to make sure that there will be transport ready when we arrive.

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