Travel and Accommodations

Taipei New Horizon (Main Congress Venue)

Address: No.88, Yanchang Road, Xinyi District, Taipei

About the Venue: Opened in the summer of 2013, the Taipei New Horizon is located north of the Songshan Cultural & Creative Park. The 14-floor building, designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, offers a diverse range of activity spaces including a cultural plaza, meeting rooms and a ball room. Taipei New Horizon strives to further strengthen the status of the Park as a creative design and exhibition hub.

Note: The ICSB Congress is a Muslim-Friendly Event as designated by Halal International in Taiwan. Read more here:


Hotels (Main and Others)


Main Hotel: Eslite Hotel (connected to congress venue)

Address: No.98, Yanchang Rd., Xinyi Dist. Taipei 110
Distance from venue: Located in the congress venue (Taipei New Horizon), but different entrance.
Room Rate: TWD 6,200 / Night (including Taxes & Fees)*
(The price includes internet & breakfast)
How To Book: Click here to book your room. Enter Corporate/Promotion Code “ICSB2018”.  The rate is valid between June 22 to July 3, 2018.

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*=The exchange rate is subject to the official rate of the day of transaction



Second Hotel: Taipei United Hotel

Address: No. 200, Guangfu South Road, Da’an District, Taipei 106
Distance from venue: 10 minutes walking to the Congress venue
Room Rate: NTD2400-3900*
(The price includes internet & breakfast)

*=The exchange rate is subject to the official rate of the day of transaction



Third Hotel: The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei

Address: 160 Ren Ai Rd., Sec.3, Taipei 10657, Taiwan
Distance from venue: 15 minute (by taxi) /25 minute (by MRT or bus)
Tel: +886-2- 2326-7527
Fax: +886-2- 2708-2376
Email: charity_kao-tp@howard-
Room Rate:  TWD 4,300net↑ / Night (the price includes internet & breakfast)

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Fourth Hotel: ArTree Hotel

Address: 105-59 No.76, Sec. 3, Bade Rd., Songshan Dist., Taipei City 105, Taiwan
Distance to the venue: 7 minute (by taxi) / 15 minute (Walking)
Tel: + 886 2 2578 7728
Fax: +886 2 2578 6528
Price:  TWD 4,300net↑ / Night (the price includes internet and breakfast)

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Jennifer Ho                                                                                     
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National Palace Museum

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Yangmingshan National Park

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