Venue & Location
The Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) is a spectacular tribute to the emergence of Taipei as a world-class business destination. Purpose-built to meet all the requirements of international conference organizers with state-of-the-art facilities and an uncompromisingly high standard of service, it has everything needed to make any congress, conference, or meeting a success.
The TICC(www.ticc.com.tw) is situated in the foothills of eastern Taipei's Hsin-yi District, where many landmark buildings, including the Taipei City Hall, Taipei City Council, National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, and Taipei 101 are all within walking distances.
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is its largest city. Located to the north, its proximity and accessibility to Taiwan's business and production regions is just as appealing as the national parks and eco-reserves that surround and exist within the city itself.
Taipei has a subtropical climate. In October, the weather is sunny but cooler and the rainfall is at its lowest. The daytime temperatures and night temperatures are fairly similar and average 25°C. It is a nice and comfortable season for travelling to Taipei in October.
Taiwan lies on the western edge of the Pacific rim with a population of 23 million people. Taiwan has three international airports: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, Taipei International (Songshan) Airport and Kaohsiung International Airport, with first two being the major gateway for ISE meeting attendees. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is just 50 minutes drive away from Taipei and it offers international connections with major cities in America, Europe, Australia and Asia.
Taipei offers a dizzying range of transportation options for both in-city and inter-city travel.