Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Trains in Taiwan

The order indicates frequency in taking them as my transportation preferences.

Tips :
1. Choose local express train instead of local train. With the same price tag, you can save more time with it. For detail infos, check out here.
2. Check train schedule here before traveling anywhere. Be punctual ^^.
3. If you're between 15-30 years old, go get Youth Travel in Taiwan card/key holder at Visitor Information Center in Main Train Station located in some of the big cities in Taiwan, thus you can get bunch of traveling advantages.

1. Local Express (區間快車; qūjiānkuàichē)

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2. Local Train (區間車; qūjiānchē), commonly known as màn màn chē (車; slow train)

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3. Chu-Kuang (莒光; jǔguāng)

 [Source : http://service.tra.gov.tw/Dajia/CP/12621/Images/632899422271510040.JPG]

4. Fu-hsing (復興; fùxīng)
 [Source : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c2/TRA_Fu_Hsing_train_01.jpg]

5. Tzu-Chian (自強; zìqiánɡ)

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6. THSR (台灣高速鐵路; Táiwān Gāosùtiělù)

 [Source : http://www.media.asia/DigitalMedia/images/articles/2009_02]/34241_story_images.jpg]


Anonymous said...

fotonya bagus2...
sukaaaaaa........ esp yg local express, dia tampak gagah sekali.xixixixi...

*just realise today we did not have much talk T_T

bunga (馬莎莉) said...

Iya, saya sengaja pilih yg cihuy2, Rinc^^.
Hahhahhh...untuk saya, yg paling gagah ya itu yg nomor enam. Xixixi...

Oh..oh..iya, i really am sorry, Rinc. You were busy enough with Sabilla, though. Xixixi. Btw, who told you that Sabilla is your daughter instead of Pak Ramzi's wife's? Hahahaaah...[*sudah saatnya, Rinc. Segeralah :))]