Taxis are plentiful, cheap, and easy to spot. Your hotel concierge can call for one by phone or you can hail one on the street. The available ones have a small lighted sign on the passenger side. If you're choosing a cab from a line, peek at the driver's license on the dashboard. The lower the license number, the more experienced the driver. Drivers with a number below 200,000 can usually get you where you're going. Drivers don’t speak English, so it's best to give them a piece of paper with your destination written in Chinese characters. (Keep a card with the name of your hotel on it handy for the return trip.) Taxis start at Y14 for the first 2.40 km; after 11 pm this jumps to Y18.
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