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STAIRS INDUSTRIAL CO. LTD.
No. 3-8, Sanchial Tsun, Lutsao Hsiang, Chiayi County , Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: +886 5 3750488


*There are two international airports in Taiwan. One is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE http://www.taoyuanairport.gov.tw/web/english/index.jsp), which is located Taoyuan County, approximately 250 kilometers from Chiai. It takes you about three hours by car or bus to Chiai. The other is KaoHsiung international airport (http://www.kia.gov.tw/english/e_index.asp), which is located KaoHsiung city, approximately 100 kilometers from Chiai.

* The fastest way to reach Chiai is to take the modern Taiwan High Speed Rail (http://www.thsrc.com.tw/en/index.htm)

Arrive at Taoyuan International Airport

The following ground transportation services are available :

Taxi: Taxis will stop at taxi pick-up points on the arrivals level. The journey to the closest High Speed Rail Station - Taoyuan Station costs between US$10.00 and US$12.00 and takes approximately 10 minutes.

Shuttle Bus (UBUS): Public bus service is also available to reach Taoyuan Station. Please visit (Transportation) http://www.taoyuanairport.gov.tw/web/english/transportation/highspeed_e.jsp for further information.

Once you arrive High Speed Rail Station, go to ticket counter asking a ticket to Chiai. The journey from Taoyuan to Chiai costs around US$30.00 and takes approximately 1hour. Please contact Stairs informing your arrival time, our friendly staffs will pick you up from the Chiai Station.

Arrive at KaoHsiung International Airport

The following ground transportation services are available :

Taxi: Taxis will stop at taxi pick-up points on the arrivals level. The journey to the closest High Speed Rail Station - Zuoying Station costs between US$16.00 and US$18.00 and takes approximately 30 minutes.

MRT: MRT is located right next to the arriving hall at ground level. Take MRT to Zuoying Station.

Once you arrive High Speed Rail Station, go to ticket counter asking a ticket to Chiai. The journey from Zuoying to Chiai costs around US$22 and takes approximately 30 minutes. Contact Stairs informing your arrival time, our friendly staffs will pck you up from the Chiai Station.


A Brief Description of Taiwan

Historical accounts report that Taiwan was first settled by wandering peoples of Malay-Polynesian descent. They built simple housing along the low-lying coastal plains, and named their new found home, Pakan.

Taiwan's modern history began in the late 16th century when the first European explorers entered the area. Jan Huygen van Linschoten, a Dutch navigator on a Portuguese ship, named the island (Ilha Formosa) meaning (beautiful island), and the Formosa name stuck for the next four centuries.

Long controlled by China, it was a military defeat in 1895 that forced China to cede (give) Taiwan to Japan. 50 years later, after the end of World War II, Taiwan reverted to Chinese control.

On China's mainland the Communist Revolution took hold in the mid-1940s, and after the Communist victory in 1949 over General Chiang Kai-shek and his forces, the losers sought refuge on Taiwan, and quickly established their strict military control.

Over the next few years an additional two million Chinese Nationalists fled to Taiwan, but they remained in the minority as they collectively made up only 15% of the overall population.

Over the next five decades, the Taiwanese majority gradually democratized by installing much-needed economic and social reforms; policies that subsequently changed the island forever.

During this period of change Taiwan prospered, and transformed itself into one of Asia's modern economic powerhouses, along with South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong. Today, Taiwan is the 17th largest economy in the world, and its immediate and long term futures are certainly bright.

The major front-burner issue for all Taiwanese is their relationship with China, and specifically the possibility of eventual unification; it's a complicated, controversial and contentious question.


Facts and Figures

Name : Taiwan
Population : 22,900,000
Capital City : Taipei (2.8 mil) metro (8 mil)
Currency New : Taiwan Dollar (TWD)
Languages : Mandarin Chinese (official), Taiwanese Flag here
National Day : October 10
Religions : Buddhist, Confucian, Taoist (93%) others
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