Beitou Zhuzihu Route

MRT Beitou Station(捷運北投站) to Zhuzihu(竹子湖):
MRT Beitou Station(捷運北投站)=>Beitou Hot Spring Museum, Plum Garden, Thermal Valley (Beitou Park)(北投溫泉博物館、梅庭、地熱谷(北投公園))=>Liuhuanggu(Mituo Temple)(硫磺谷(彌陀寺))=>Yangming Park, Flower Clock(Yangmingshan Park Visitor Center)(陽明公園、花鐘(陽明公園服務中心))=>Grass Mountain Chateau(草山行館(陽明山立體停車場))=>Bus Transit Station(Yangmingshan)(公車轉乘站(陽明山))=>Yangmingshan National Park (2nd. Parking Lot)(陽明山國家公園遊客中心(第二停車場))=>Yangmingshuwu(陽明書屋)=>Zhuzihu(竹子湖)

 

Zhuzihu(竹子湖) to MRT Beitou Station(捷運北投站):
Zhuzihu(竹子湖)=>Yangmingshuwu(陽明書屋)=>Yangmingshan National Park (2nd. Parking Lot)(陽明山國家公園遊客中心(第二停車場))=>Bus Transit Station(Yangmingshan)(公車轉乘站(陽明山))=>Grass Mountain Chateau(草山行館(陽明山立體停車場))=>Yangming Park, Flower Clock(Yangmingshan Park Visitor Center)(陽明公園、花鐘(陽明公園服務中心))=>Liuhuanggu(Mituo Temple)(硫磺谷(彌陀寺))=>Beitou Hot Spring Museum, Plum Garden, Thermal Valley (Beitou Park)(北投溫泉博物館、梅庭、地熱谷(北投公園))=>MRT Beitou Station(捷運北投站)

Tickets and Transport Information

Fare Charge by section NT$15 / once (the section point is the 2nd. Parking Lot) We accept: cash, easy card, ipass
Where to buy Ticket on Bus
Service Hotline dnbus: 0800-089-456dnbus(Beitou): +886-2-28937723
Announcements

Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
1. Carrying folding bikes on the bus is allowed.
2. Please observe the following rules when carrying folding bikes:
(1) You should put the folding bike in a bike bag.
(2) There is no luggage compartment for storage. You should put your folding bike on a seat.
(3) There are more people riding on the bus during weekends and national holidays. For the quality of bus riding, carrying a folding bike on the bus is not recommended.
(4) As there is no luggage compartment for storage, there is no charge for carrying a folding bike on the bus. Please consider not to upset the rights of other passengers on the bus.

Concession tickets guidelines:
1. There are full tickets and half tickets. All day return tickets are offered at discount prices already. Apologize for no further discount.
2. Half tickets are available to:
(1) Senior citizens at the age of 65 or above, with ROC ID cards or Senior Citizen Cards
(2) Holders of Disabled Cards. Must ride with a guardian or a partner.
(3) Children below 12 years old at height of 115cm and below 145cm can purchase half tickets with valid IDs.
(4)Students holding valid student IDs are eligible to buy student tickets.

Guidelines for carrying pets on the bus:
1. You need to pay half fare for each pet carried on the bus. But they should not take any seat.
2. Passengers refusing to cooperate with the staffs’ advice, in case of the following, may be refused to ride on the bus. The unused tickets can be refunded in full:
(1) Suffering from serious diseases.
(2) Not carried in cages, baskets, or nets.
(3) Unclean or prone to damage other people and things.
(4) Harmful to public hygiene and other passengers; aggressive and dangerous animals.
(5) Not suitable to be carried on buses.
3. Passengers should carry their pets in cages, baskets, or nets. Each passenger is allowed to carry one pet, not exceeding the dimensions of 27cm3 (average length of 30cm on each side).
4. When carry pets, passengers should place them beside and take good care of them. They are not allowed to put on seats, luggage racks, or aisle. The cages, baskets, or nets carrying the pets should be closed or fastened tightly and wrapped up with waterproof cloth for hygiene reasons. If any passengers violate the rules and refuse to cooperate with the staff, they may be forced to leave the vehicle. The tickets will be suspended.
5. Guide dogs must be allowed on the buses to safeguard the rights of the people with visual impairment. All guide dogs can ride on the buses for free. As most guide dogs are huge, they are suggested to sit by the doors. 

Timetable FAQ Beitou Zhuzihu Route Guestbook

Beitou Zhuzihu Route This play

Beitou Jhuzihhu Route operated by Taiwan Tourist Shuttle runs between Beitou and Yangmingshan. Along the line, there many popular resorts, including Beitou Hot Spring, Yangmingshan National Park, Zhuzihu, and more, filled with golden sunlight, blue skies, calla fields, and Beitou nostalgic scenes. Are you interested? Just hop on the bus and ride to Zhuzihu for a wonderful trip!

Beitou MRT Station→Yangming Park→Jhuzihhu→Sulphur Valley→Beitou Hot Springs Museum

Related scenic spots along the route

Bamboo Lake

Blessed by its geographical location and cool climate, Bamboo Lake is celebrated for its calla lily blooming season which draws huge crowds to splurge on lily-picking every year from March to May. In addition, hydrangea and sunflower blossoms at the height of summer, along with ears of silver grass gracing Datun Mountain in autumn, give Bamboo Lake its year-round, seasonal glamour. Visitors can stroll along the Creek side Trail to soak up Bamboo Lake’s romantic elegance.

Sulfurous Vale Geothermal Scenic Area
Home to the source of the Beitou hot springs, the area holds many active solfataras that give off dense, rolling smoke rendering the landscape both steamy and dream-like. Recreation facilities have also been installed; such as, walkways, observatories and pavilions. This area also attracts countless newly-weds to its characteristic geology for their wedding shoots.

Beitou Hot Spring Museum
While the museum introduces visitors to the development and history of Beitou, the historical monument also retains its historical bath pool and other bath facilities built during the Japanese regime. With vaulting pillars and stained glass surrounding the pool, visitors can imagine luxuriant baths from older times. 

Yangmingshan National Park

Taipei's backyard, Yangmingshan is a lush green mountain area generously endowed with hot springs, fumaroles and other signs of the local volcanic geology. The flower farms of Jhuzihhu, rolling plains of Cingtiangang, and public hot spring baths are popular attractions. 

Beitou Hot Spring Museum

While the museum introduces visitors to the development and history of Beitou, the historical monument also retains its historical bath pool and other bath facilities built during the Japanese regime. With vaulting pillars and stained glass surrounding the pool, visitors can imagine luxuriant baths from older times. 

Sulfurous Vale Geothermal Scenic Area

Home to the source of the Beitou hot springs, the area holds many active solfataras that give off dense, rolling smoke rendering the landscape both steamy and dream-like. Recreation facilities have also been installed; such as, walkways, observatories and pavilions. This area also attracts countless newly-weds to its characteristic geology for their wedding shoots.