How to reserve appointments
Taichung Bike Week (TBW) has been organized by bike industry volunteers whose objective is to make everyone's efforts more effective and efficient and to improve our industry as a whole. TBW is an OEM event, and as such its exhibition dates are driven by industry needs, not when a trade show hall happens to become available! It is more private and more informal than a trade show and this casual atmosphere made it a pleasant way for OEM managers to do business, and it keeps growing. We had impressive growth, 2011 exhibitors count represents a 20% growth from 2010, and more managers and suppliers realize that the OEM event provides an accessible and affordable opportunity to increase their international market presence.
With time allowable walk-ins from all product managers,sales and OEM purchasing staff are welcome, but we recommend you make meeting appointment before you go. How to reserve appointments, please follow the steps:
- Make registration on-line.
- We will inform you when exhibitors directory and floor map are available on the website.
- You can make meeting appointment on the website by clicking its logo on the floor map.
- Or Contact them by following exhibitors directory.
Dining & Entertainment
Taichung has been an explosion in interest for all kinds of world cuisine. Today, great options are available for lovers of all cuisine types, ranging from Turkish to Teppanyaki, from Mexican to Mongoloan. Western cuisines are also easy to find in the city. Taichung is famous island-wide for tasty, better decor and far better prices!
Taichung's nightlife scene is active, exciting and up all night! Pubs and bars are all over the city, and are a great way to meet people. In general, pub patrons are friendly and welcoming. For the foreigner in Taichung, pubs are an essential meeting point for the community. In general, much of the foreign community can be found in one of around 10 different pubs that are known as 'foreigner hangouts'. Often, these places are also restaurants and many serve quite good Western pub food. Around half are foreign owned and operated.
Riding in Taichung
For those of you who can’t bear the thought of not riding your bike for a week, we will have sign posted four routes that will allow you to really stretch your legs, including, killer hill and dog hill. From Down Town you can be in the jungle in 15 minutes and all routes will be clearly marked. These routes are ideally designed for road bikes on superb roads with virtually no traffic.
The bike routes will be marked out again allowing riders to enjoy some amazing riding on great roads only 5km from the city center. There are four routes which all connect to each other and the map is available for download from the website. The route is very well marked and proved very popular with foreign riders who had never experienced riding in Taiwan before.
Things to do in Taichung
The Greater Taichung area boasts one of Taiwan's best selections for leisure and recreational options, thanks to its ideal location in central Taiwan near both the mountains and sea. Taichung City itself has the highest number of parks per capita of any city in Taiwan. Also within city limits is the Daken Scenic Area, boasting huge expanses of rolling hills and forests that draw visitors with a number of attractions, including a network of hiking trails which lead to hot springs.
If you love to shop, Taichung is haven for shoppers. There are enough options in this city to keep a shopaholic busy for months or years without ever stepping into the same store twice! From high end malls and shopping centers to classy shopping streets, the fashionable shopper is well taken care of here in Taichung. For the more cultural-minded shopper, there are traditional markets offering jade, artworks, fish, flowers and more. Night markets are a budget shopper's dream, filled with all things imaginable - and some you'd never even dream of! For shoppers looking for specific items, there are a variety of electronics bazaars and classy antique stores available.