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Boxed Meal Menu Content
TRA Pork Chop Boxed Meal
  • TRA Pork Chop Boxed Meal
  • Content: CAS Taiwan rice, prime pork chop, stewed egg,pickle vegetable, bean skin bun or dried bean curd, pickled cucumber.
  • Price: NT$60.
  • ※Side dishes are subject to change from time to time.
Pork Chop Boxed Meal in an Octagonal Box
  • Pork Chop Boxed Meal in an Octagonal Box
  • Content: Aromatic chewy rice, stewed pork chop, dried small fish with honey sauce (or smoked fish), stewed egg, two types of seasonal vegetable, and sliced baby ginger.
  • Price: NT$80.
  • ※Side dishes are subject to change from time to time.
Vintage Pork Chop with Vegetable Rice Boxed Meal
  • Vintage Pork Chop with Vegetable Rice Boxed Meal
  • Vintage vegetable rice is cooked for one hour with dried shrimp, two types of spring onions, pak choy (Brassica rapa chinensis), and seasonings. Pork chop is selected from the front rib to ensure the meat is tender and juicy. It is tenderized and massaged by hand and marinated with special seasonings before stewing. Two types of vegetable, Chinese mustard (Brassica juncea var. crispifolia) and pickled vegetable are added before packing in the transparent wooden box.
  • Content: Aromatic and chewing vegetable rice, stewed pork chop, stewed egg, Chinese mustard, pickled vegetable, and pickled cucumber.
  • Price: NT$100.
  • ※Side dishes are subject to change from time to time.
TRA Boxed Meal Stand
Station Business Hours Phone
Taipei 10:30a.m.~07:00p.m. (02)23619309  (02)23619309  /  (02)23611909  (02)23611909
Banqiao 10:30a.m.~07:00p.m.
Taoyuan 10:45a.m.~01:30p.m. / 03:45p.m. ~ 07:00p.m.
Hsinchu 10:00a.m.~02:00p.m. / 02:40p.m. ~ 07:00p.m.
Taichung 09:00a.m.~08:30p.m. (04)22248817  (04)22248817  /  (04)22224683  (04)22224683
Xinwuri 10:00a.m.~06:30p.m.
Chiayi 10:50a.m.~01:00p.m. / 04:30p.m.~07:30p.m. (07)2351751 / (07)2358765
Xinzuoying 09:00a.m.~08:00p.m.
Kaohsiung 09:00a.m.~08:00p.m.
Keelung 10:30a.m.~13:30p.m. (02)24553561  (02)24553561  /  (02)24553996  (02)24553996
Qidu 10:30a.m.~01:30p.m. / 04:00p.m.~07:00p.m.
Xizhi Monday-Sunday :10:30a.m.~01:30p.m. / 04:30a.m.~07:00p.m.
Songshan 10:30a.m.~01:30p.m. / 03:30p.m.~07:00p.m.
Shulin 11:00a.m.~01:00p.m. / 04:00p.m.~06:00p.m.

What is TRS?

The Taiwan Railway Shop (TRS) is a proprietary brand run by Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) to sell all kinds of railway-related products. It is the ideal place for passengers to shop TRA souvenirs.
"Shop souvenirs hand in hand" is the design concept of the TRS logo. With a heart to pay tribute to passengers, the steam from the locomotive transforms into the red flying butterfly knot with the cave representing the valuable gift box. On top of the character "夢" (dream) is a symbol for hand in hand to start the new era for railway culture with passengers of all ages.

Where is TRS?
Store Location Phone Business Hours
TRS Flagship Store West 3 Entrance, Taipei Main Station 02-23830367  02-23830367 10 a.m. to 10 p.m
TRS Kaohsiung Store Kaohsiung Station (front station) 04-2358765 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where else can I buy the souvenirs?
Store Location Phone Business Hours
Taipei Main Station B1 (next to THSR Ticket Office) 02-23619309  02-23619309 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Taichung Station Next to the entrance 04-222248817 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

What souvenirs are available in the TRS?

At the TRS, we sell more than 200 types of souvenirs, including postcards, stationery, pullback motors, keychain, T-shirts, train models, rail books, pendants, etc.


  • Postcards
  • Postcards


  • Stationery
  • Stationery

Pullback Motor

  • Pullback Motor
  • Pullback Motor

Rail Books

  • Rail Books
  • Rail Books

Pendants and Keychain

  • Pendants and Keychain
  • Pendants and Keychain
The above pictures are for reference only. Please visit the TRS for more choices

In-train Service

  • In-train Service
  • In-train Service
Each limited express is equipped with a train attendant (except a few trains without train attendants) to provide in-train service, including selling TRA boxed meals, snacks, beverages, and souvenirs, so as to meet the food and easy shopping demands of passengers.