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Tainan City Government Launches Tainan Pass to Promote Tourism

 

Tainan City Government has partnered with Lion Travel to launch the Tainan Pass, a smart card for bus rides in Tainan. There are one-day and two-day passes that allow unlimited rides on all bus routes in Tainan, or alternatively only for rides in the downtown area. 

 

The Tainan Pass can also be used for free entry to various famous historic sites and for discounts on food, shopping and accommodation. This smart card will enable visitors to get around easily, save money, and make the most of their time in Tainan. 

 

Tainan City Bus runs a total of 109 routes. Its buses take passengers to every attraction in the heart of the city as well as other places of interest in all parts of Tainan. Visitors can choose between the full Tainan Bus Pass for all bus routes and the Urban Bus Pass for downtown buses. 

 

"With one smart card, people can enjoy bus service, free tickets for tourist sites, and discounts on shopping and accommodation. The Tainan Pass makes exploration of Tainan much more convenient," said Mayor William Lai, observing that the launch of the pass marks the city's advance into smart tourism.  

 

The Urban Bus Pass costs NT$199 for one day and NT$329 for two days, while the all-route Tainan Bus Pass costs NT$269 for one day and NT$399 for two days. Visitors can purchase the pass from Lion Travel through its website or at any of five branch offices. It is also sold at THSR Tainan Station and Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan near the Tainan Train Station. 

 

Holders of the Tainan Pass can claim discounts on purchases at 87 local souvenir stores, and on stays in 44 hotels or B&Bs. They can also visit Chimei Museum without advance reservation, and get a two-for-the-price-of-one deal on tickets for the National Museum of Taiwan History.