The Taipei Fun Pass is a special tourist pass aimed at tourists who want to explore the city with public transportation and visit the most popular attractions in Taipei. There are various types, some with unlimited transportation and/or access to some of the city’s top attractions.
What does it cost?
The Transportation pass allows unlimited use of both the Taipei Metro and city buses in Taipei and New Taipei. Additionally, this pass can be topped up to use just like a standard EasyCard, allowing visitors to use it at convenience stores, restaurants and other places that accept EasyCard.
1 day: NT$180
2 days: NT$310
3 days: NT$440
5 days: NT$700
1 day plus use of Maokong Gondola: NT$350
1 day: NT$950
This pass also allows admission to 20 attractions in the city, such as the Maokong Gondola, various museums and a river cruise in Tamsui, plus access to the historical sites there. It does not include access to the more expensive experiences like the Taipei 101 Observatory or the National Palace Museum (see the official website for the current list). The Exploring Pass can also be topped up like the Transport Pass, but does not include unlimited use of public transportation.
2 days: NT$650
3 days: NT$850
4 days: NT$1,050
This pass includes admission to 16 of the post popular attractions in the city, such as the Taipei 101 Observatory, National Palace Museum, Maokong Gondola, plus a river cruise in Tamsui and access to the historical sites there (see the official website for the current list). This pass allows unlimited use of the Taipei Metro, city buses and tourist shuttle buses.
1 day: NT$1,200
2 days: NT$1,600
3 days: NT$1,900
How do I use it?
Just tap your pass card onto a ticket gate reader to enter, and you’ll activate the pass from that day. Note that the passes do not include the Taoyuan Metro that takes visitors from Taoyuan Airport into the city.
Is it worth it?
If the places that you want to visit are on one of the Fun Passes, and you’re only spending a short time in Taipei, then it definitely makes sense to get a Fun Pass. Have a look at our Taipei destination guide to see where you want to visit. The fact that some of the passes allow unlimited travel on metro trains and buses also means that you’ll be able to freely explore the city and many additional tourist spots as well. The passes also come with discounts at various shops and restaurants. If you’re a traveler that wants to take their time, walk around or bike around on a YouBike, it may just be better to get a normal IC card.
Where can I buy it?
Official website: english.metro.taipei