|Fare||Charge by section NT$15 / once, section point Shungxiko and Wukeng; sectional fare, Charge by section, one-way ticket NT$45|
|Where to buy||We accept: cash, easy card, ipass|
|Service Hotline||New Taipei City Government “E-Bus” System：02-27285284
Shifen Tourist Center：02-24958409
Taiwan Motor Transport Co., Ltd.：02-29391078
Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
The old terrace houses are still well-preserved at both sides of the street. They are two-storey houses. Most of them are grocery stores. There are still a few Japanese style fabric shops and ice shops. Through each of the alleys, we can see trains gliding along the rails. It is the special features of Pingxi Old Street.
The last railroad stops of Pingxi route is the current preserved Japanese style wooden station, and is listed under level three nation historical asset. Visitor may write down wishes on the bamboo barrel and hang them by the rail track.
Shenkeng is the smallest township in New Taipei City as well as in Taiwan. But its fame is huge.
The famous dishes, Shenkeng Four Treasures, are tofu, green bamboo shoot, Taiwan black pork, and Wenshan Pouchong tea. Many restaurants serve "Four Treasures Meal" that are a visitor favorite.
When Taiwanese saw sky lanterns they automatically thought of Pingshi. But, to be more exact Shihfen is where the origin of sky lanterns is from. Additional, Shifen District is the earliest developed and largest coal industry back in the history.
Shihfen Waterfall is a curtain type waterfall, similar to Niagara Falls in America. No wonder it is nicknamed Taiwan's Niagara Falls. Above the pond, mists permeate. When the sun shines, a rainbow may hang over the waterfall. This won it another nickname “Rainbow Pond.”