Taoyuan, where Taiwan’s first international airport is situated, is also Taiwan’s international transport hub. Taoyuan has a comprehensive infrastructure that integrates highway, railway, the MRT, and the HSR. Adding its proximity to Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Hsinchu City, Taoyuan’s convenient transportation connects services such as people flow, logistic flow, money flow, and information flow. This city boasts 29 industrial parks, as well as headquarters of international companies from numerous countries. The majority of these companies focuses on industries such as automobiles, ICT, logistics, electric cars, and cloud computing.
Taoyuan’s landscape is mostly composed of hills and plateaus, giving the city abundant natural resources for tourism. The city’s tourist hotspots include Cihu Mausoleum, Daxi Old Street, and many golf courses that are popular with international travellers.