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MRT Travel Pass: Now with Restaurant Vouchers!

MRT Travel Pass: Now with Restaurant Vouchers!

The much sought-after MRT travel packages have arrived!

With a purchase of the One-Day Pass, 24hr Taipei Metro Pass, 48hr Taipei Metro Pass, or 72hr Taipei Metro Pass, visitors will receive vouchers for Ice Monster, Kao Chi, Taipei 101 Shopping Mall, and Taipei 101 Observatory. The packages are available between April 28 and October 31.

According to Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC), the City’s MRT is the top transportation choice for backpackers as a great number of tourist attractions are located along the MRT network. Visitors are encouraged to travel around Taipei using the MRT passes to enjoy unlimited rides during the given time.

The pass denominations include NT$150 (One-Day Pass), NT$180 (24hr Taipei Metro Pass), NT$280 (48hr Taipei Metro Pass), and NT$380 (72hr Taipei Metro Pass). Details of the voucher program are as follows:

*Taipei 101 Observatory: A 10-percent discount for the full-price ticket at the Observatory and a NT$50 discount for beverages at Taipei 101 Café on the 5th floor. (Valid for one-time use)
*Taipei 101 Shopping Mall: A voucher for a Sun Cake from Chen Yun Pao Chuan at the souvenir area located on the basement floor. Foreign visitors who apply for the Taipei 101 VIP Card can obtain a goodies bag at the information center on basement floor by showing the membership barcode.
*Ice Monster: A voucher for two scoops of ice cream and a 15% discount for the whole range of products. (Valid for one-time use)
*Kao Chi: A voucher can be exchanged for a steamed custard bun per individual. With a purchase of NT$1,000, diners can get an extra dish, chosen among Shanghai pan-fried stuffed bun, a set of xiaolongbao, or steamed shrimp dumplings.

For inquiries on MRT passes, please call the 24 hour hotline (02)218-12345 or visit the TRTC website http://www.metro.taipei/ (Chinese).

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  • Updated: 2017/4/27 16:48
  • Reviewed: 2017/4/27 16:48

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government