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Amenities of Taoyuan Airport


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Taiwan is not an overly renowned destination to go travelling to. However, with its rocky recent history with China, and the traditional heritage of Taipei, Taiwan does have a sweet number of places to visit and places to stay. It is important to know where to go, what to see and how to get there when visitors are about to embark on a Taiwanese adventure.

The airport that serves the capital city of Taiwan is found about 20kms to the west of the city, in the Dayuan settlement. Originally, the airport was called the Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport. However, this name later got changed to the current Taoyuan Airport. China Airlines and EVA Airways are the two busiest carriers at the airport, and there are plenty of fantastic services to offer for passengers.

Internet services – the entire airport is connected to wireless internet. That means visitors with laptops are able to jump onto the internet and email or play while waiting for departure.

Restaurants – there are plenty of great food and beverage choices at Taoyuan Airport. Fast foods options include the likes of Burger King, while the most popular café is Starbucks. Nevertheless, there are lots of other options available, especially when it comes to local cuisines and Asian foods.

Massages – all over the terminals of Taoyuan Airport lay a number of services relating to massages. This would have to be one of the most respected and used services at Taoyuan Airport. Come relax with a massage for 15 minutes, or stretch that time out for several hours.

Shopping – duty free stores are located across the terminal, but mostly within the departure zone secure area. However, although duty free stores are all the rage in airport nowadays, Taoyuan Airport does contain quite a number of interesting stores that are not duty free.

Beauty Salon – the beauty salon is one of the most underrated services at Taoyuan Airport. Welcoming a large number of clients every day, the salons are not just for those wanting to receive a hair cut, but also for those women looking to have their hands and nails worked on. Spend a few minutes at the beauty salon and look good for your departure.

VIP Lounge – Several VIP lounges are found within the airport, and are mostly run by the airline in question. Nevertheless, those passengers luck enough to spend time in a VIP lounge will not want to leave the comfort of the lounge. Some of the most important VIP lounges in the airport are Cathay Pacific Airlines, Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines.

Airport hotel – if the thought of staying at the airport for more than a few hours is simply daunting, then visitors can actually move into the Taoyuan Airport hotels for a reasonable rate. This will give flyers the best possible advantage to relax and rest before an upcoming flight.

Tour Desks – the terminals boast several tour and hotel desks for patron satisfaction. Hotels can be booked at these desks, but the chances of finding a great rate or room is much slimmer compared to reserving rooms before arriving on holiday in Taoyuan Airport.

Car rental – several interesting and reliable car rental companies are located close to the exit of the airport terminals. Hiring a car is the smartest way to travel.

Banks – Several banks offer their services at Taoyuan Airport. Visitors can find currency exchange and banking services. The terminals at the airport generally contain a number of exchange bureaus.

Collections – walking through the airport, visitors can find a number of artistic displays and historical structures that represent the National Palace Museum of Taiwan.

Lek Boonlert is an editor and content reviewer at DirectRooms and is responsible for all Hotels in Taoyuan Airport content.


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