Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1

a.k.a TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall

About Us

At a Glance

Since the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall opened in 2008 it has become a key landmark in Taipei and model for the MICE industry. The structure’s purpose built twin-level show floors contain an impressive 45,360 sqm of show space. On the upper level of this green-certified building is the Sky Dome. The Dome is Taiwan’s largest column-free showground and can hold 18,000 people. It is a great place for international trade shows, concerts, direct sales conferences, religious conference, incentive travel events, and year-end parties.

Double-decked Showground

Exhibition Hall Square Meter Booth Capacity (3m×3m) Ceiling Height Floor Load
(per sqm)
Column Dimension
Ground Floor(1F) 22,680 1,161 9 m 5 Tons 18m × 18m
Area I 7,750 392      
Area J 7,180 377      
Area K 7,750 392      
Sky Dome
22,680 1,306 14.3m ~ 27.3m 2 Tons 180m × 126m
Area L 7,560 428      
Area M 7,560 450      
Area N 7,560 428      
Outdoor 1,000 - - 7 Tons -


Conference Rooms

All conference rooms are available on the 3rd floor (1 room), 4th floor (4 rooms, can be further sub-divided into 6 rooms), the 5th floor (5 rooms, can be further sub-divided into 7 rooms) and 6th floor (4 rooms) for a total 2,538 seating capacity. With professional a/v and conferencing equipment, all kinds of meetings can be held.



The 3rd floor satisfies a diversity of tastes with a buffet restaurant (280 seats), a Chinese restaurant (150 seats) and a banquet hall (450 seats).


Food and Drinks and other service facility

There are nine food and drink stands and shops on the ground level. The ground floor also has the Organizers’ Office, Venue Service Center, Breastfeeding Room, VIP rooms and First Aid Office. One level below on B1 are 620 parking space for cars and 1,770 parking spaces for motorcycles. And the fourth floor has two prayer rooms.


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Founded in 1970 to stimulate foreign trade, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is the foremost non-profit trade promotion organization in the Republic of China (R.O.C. on Taiwan). TAITRA is jointly sponsored by government, commerce and industry to assist Taiwan’s businesses and manufacturers strengthen their international competitiveness and meet the challenges they face in foreign markets. In addition, TAITRA undertakes initiatives to help foreign businesses establish a wider presence in Taiwan itself. 


Since its establishment, TAITRA has developed a well-coordinated trade promotion and information network. It has a staff of over 600 trained specialists stationed at its headquarters in Taipei, in four local branch offices in Hsinchu, Taichung, Tainan, and Kaohsiung, and in over 60 overseas branch offices worldwide. In association with its sister organizations, the Taiwan Trade Center, Inc (TTC) and the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC), TAITRA constantly adapts its trade promotion strategies to changing international conditions. Its major functions include: Market Development, Strategic Marketing, Trade Information Services, Exhibitions, Convention Services, Trade Education and Taiwantrade, an e-Trading Hub service.



  • Organizes trade missions and participates in major overseas trade shows
  • Analyzes regional competitiveness and bilateral trade issues
  • Provides trade inquiry services and responds to and assists with global trade inquiries ‧Organizes trade meetings and seminars and Establishes Taiwan Trade Service (TTS) stations at major international trade shows

Special projects:

  • International Sourcing Services (ISC) project
  • International Market Development (IMD) project
  • International Brand Alliance (IBA) project
  • Taiwan Machinery Distribution Channel Promotion (TMP) project
  • Provisional Overseas Branch (POB) project
  • Region / Industry Elite Program
  • Outbound Investment Plan(OIP)
  • Assisting Companies with Mergers and Acquisitions of International Brands and Sales Channels Project(MAP)




ISO 20121

Meet at Hall 1 of TAITRA’s Taipei NANGANG Exhibition Center:

Taiwan's first expo facility to gain ISO 20121 certification spotlights sustainability


All effort was made to have Hall 1 of TAITRA’s NANGANG Exhibition Center become Taiwan’s first exhibition center to win ISO 20121 Certification.

To achieve this, a great drive was undertaken to embrace sustainable practices in conformity with the principles of ISO 20121 event sustainability management. These efforts touched upon every social, environmental and economic activity, and were applied during the build-up and servicing of venues for conferences, exhibitions and events.


The organizers stood at the front lines in assisting Taiwan MICE venue management to take the initial steps towards sustainability. In that role, fresh approaches were developed. For example, to meet the social contribution component, they focused upon assisting under-privileged and disadvantaged groups.

In the area of occupational safety, they cultivated a new culture of work safety. In the realm of economics, they worked out better ways to enhance service and sustainable management. And in the environmental field, they applied their own environmental protection initiatives like clean-up campaigns and better environmental practices.


With all this work, we believe that NANGANG Hall 1 will long serve as a model for sustainable MICE venues.


 ISO 20121 certificate

 ISO 20121 Statement & Principles for Sustainable Development of Event


The Rhythm of Nature; the Beat of Civilization


The Song of Four Seasons

  • Spring awakens the sprites slumbering in the morning dew like a colorful butterfly flitting about the greenery and causing the petals and leaves to stir in the breeze.
  • Summer thunder roars like a lion bellowing out its passion. A golden sheen hovers across the horizon. Animated songs chant out the limitless possibilities of life.
  • The autumn wind breathes a refreshing coolness, turning pages of poetry like rustling leaves in the crystal clear fall air.
  • Winter chapel pipe organs play psalms praising the wonders of life. Amidst the murmured prayers, we hear the cooing of an infant, witnessing the startof another cycle of life.
  • The colored glass circles along the corridor flash 72 beats per minute, leading visitors through the cycle of the four seasons at a natural pace.

The Dance of Life

  • The four seasons silently take our hands, and our hearts' desires flow out like dancing musical notes in a mambo.
  • In resonance with the Song of Four Seasons corridor, multi-colored circles of varying size, like some kind of organism,flood into the main hall, ready to dance a waltz.
  • The stained-glass, overlapping circles, hung at different heights from the ceiling, create numerous multi-colored coronas. The unique way they are hung allows for a certain amount of fluctuating movement.
  • Controlled by IC computers, all the circles can form an undulating wave of lights resembling the bioelectric lights of deep sea creatures. They work in union to form a tight rhythm, dancing hand in hand to the marvels of life.

The Beat of Civilization


The Space between Thoughts

  • Composed of triangular stainless steel beams, nine feet on a side, two open cubes face each other at a distance. They are linked by 12 natural stones sculpted to different degrees to create a void, symbolizing the space between two thoughts and its limitless possibilities. Visitors can move within this space and reflect on the relationship between civilization and nature.
  • Human thought is directed towards breakthroughs and higher planes, and it is not unidirectional. One branching thought leads to another, always with several directions to go in. The rising and dying of thoughts represents the infinite expansion of time and space.
  • The inner surfaces of the beams and the surface of the ground touched by the stones are made of reinforced glass with coating & shadowing in the inner lining. Rows of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) are installed inside the beams, displaying abstract patterns on the beams and the ground, at times showing symbols from the development of civilization. The display varies in speed, and at times breathes like a living organism. The stones reflect technology's origin in and eventual return to nature.

Oneness of Materials and Beings

  • Nine is a mystical number in the East. The nine interlocking rings mounted on the nine columns have endless permutations, and in Chinese divination, the basic number system is one to nine, so after nine, everything returns to one, the origin, completing the cycle. The foundation of the triangular steel columns is made of veined stone, just as nature is the basis of all human technology. 
  • The columns, with mirrored surfaces, reflect each other, symbolizing the interactions among people, and the interaction between nature and humans.A high tech visual component is built into the artwork here through a computer system linked with the Central Weather Bureau. Changes in the natural world are transformed into graphic representations, and viewers can interact with the graphics through the touch-sensitive interface. This virtual interaction stimulates powerful waves of emotion, and the resulting images will simultaneously appear on LCD screens within the building, so that visitors there can experience the totality of the artwork.

The State of Union between Heaven and Humans

  • Its soul nourished by the refreshing spring of life, civilization moves on at a merry, rhythmic pace.
  • Two giant hands, one pointing to the earth and one to the sky, are joined at the index fingers, representing the connection between humanity and the heavens. The colorful circles represent limitless expansion. Between heaven and earth, there may be billions of miles and immeasurable time—or with unfettered thought we may roam space and imagination in a snap of the fingers.
  • Nine overlapping rings of multi-colored stained glass and stainless steel globes divide civilization and nature. This interface is at the same height asThe Space between Thoughts and Oneness of Materials and Beings, and the colored circles resonate with The Dance of Life, thus drawing the whole concept together.
  • Some people waste their whole lives cudgeling their heads over one tiny problem, and some people experience revelation in an instant. Who knowsthe answers to everything? Only by understanding and reconciling itself withnature can civilization go on.