• Kaohsiung is eager to expand cruise tourism

    Published on : Tuesday, March 21, 2017

    Kaohsiung that is located in Taiwan is putting its best foot forward in its efforts to lure an increased number of tourists from around the East and Southeast Asia via the cruise vessels that are docking in the second-largest city …

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  • Taiwan eyes Malaysian tourism market

    Published on : Friday, March 17, 2017

    This year Taiwan is targetting to attract more tourists from Malaysia. The Taiwan Tourism Bureau Kuala Lumpur (TTBKL) expects to welcome 550,000 Malsyian visitors with 10 per cent coming from Muslim tourists.   Its director Tony Wu said Taiwan was …

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  • Philippine tourists to Taiwan rose by 24% in 2016

    Published on : Friday, February 17, 2017

    The number of tourists from Philippines in Taiwan had reached to more than 170,000 in 2016 that marks a 24% annual increase that resulted from the relaxed visa procedures and also the ‘New South Bound policy’.   As per the …

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  • Taiwan President vows to develop regional tourism sector

    Published on : Thursday, February 9, 2017

    Tsai Ing-wen, who is the president of Taiwan have vowed during a tourism festival of Taiwan on Thursday that the government would implement its best efforts in boosting the regional tourism sector of this area. It has laid out three …

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  • Thailand bus crash injures 21 tourists

    Published on : Monday, February 6, 2017

    On Saturday, twenty-one tourists from the Chinese mainland had been injured on account of a bus accident that had occurred in the city of Kaohsiung that is located in the southern part of Taiwan.   Eighteen people, including seven children …

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  • China using tourism to Taiwan as a political weapon

    Published on : Tuesday, January 24, 2017

    Over the Lunar New Year break, around six million Chinese tourists are expected to travel abroad in the period between January 27 to February 2. Many tour agency operators are relying on mainland visitors for lucrative revenue. However, not all …

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  • 2016 proved a fruitful year for Taiwan Tourism Bureau in India

    Published on : Thursday, December 22, 2016

    The year 2016 has been a successful year for Taiwan Tourism Bureau in India. The various sales, marketing and PR activities throughout the year have helped increase the arrival figures from India to Taiwan.   The recent participation of Taiwan …

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  • Abu Dhabi and Taiwan to entertain visitors with exciting events

    Published on : Saturday, December 3, 2016

    Travellers are about to enjoy exciting events in Abu Dhabi and Taiwan in December’16 during Christmas and New Year days.     Yas Island Abu Dhabi:     Coldplay Concert on New Year’s Eve!   If you missed Coldplay in …

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  • Thailand to issue 10-year visa for senior tourists

    Published on : Tuesday, November 29, 2016

    Staying on long term vacation seems to be true as Thailand is about to issue 10-year tourist visas for affluent tourists aged at least 50 years old. All they have to do is report to immigration police every 90 days. …

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  • FIT Ruums selects DidaTravel Technology as strategic alliance partner in China

    Published on : Wednesday, November 23, 2016

    FIT Ruums, Webjet Limited’s newly launched business-to-business (B2B) online accommodation distributor dedicated to the Asian market, has formed a landmark partnership with DidaTravel Technology, the largest travel aggregator in China.     The exclusive “Strategic Alliance Partnership” will give FIT …

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  • Taiwan to make Visa easier for attracting more Indians

    Published on : Tuesday, October 25, 2016

    Taiwan is attracting more and more Indian tourists, the movie industry and businesses with its lush green mountains, sea, culture, high speed trains, cable cars, amusement parks and other attractions. This would be a two-way traffic between India and Taiwan …

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  • Have you visited the country that never sleeps – Taiwan?

    Published on : Thursday, October 20, 2016

    A vacation in Taiwan is surely an unprecedented experience for a sole reason that Taiwan is a country that never sleeps. One has diverse places to explore starting from the morning when you open your eyes to mid-night when you …

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  • Landslides following Typhoon Megi claimed 16 lives in China

    Published on : Wednesday, October 5, 2016

    Two landslides, which were triggered because of the Typhoon Megi, caused sixteen people to die, while 17 more people were reported to be missing in southeastern China.     The massive typhoon, followed by strong winds and heavy rains, wrecked …

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  • Thousands of tourists evacuated as Taiwan braces for third typhoon

    Published on : Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    Authorities have evacuated thousands of tourists from outlying islands in Taiwan and set up nearly 100 shelters across the country as it braces for its third typhoon in two weeks. Typhoon Megi is due to make landfall on the east coast on …

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  • Super Typhoon Meranti likely to make landfall in Southeast Asia

    Published on : Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    Super Typhoon Meranti which has been threatening parts of Taiwan, the Philippines and China has developed into Category 5 storm and could head toward landfall in the region this week.   The rapidly intensifying Super Typhoon Meranti went from maximum …

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  • Slump in arrivals from the strait closes down Hong Kong based travel agency

    Published on : Friday, August 26, 2016

    A travel agency in Taiwan that caters to visitors from across the strait has closed, the island’s tourism bureau said on Wednesday.   It is the first travel agency affected by the drop in mainland visitors amid cooling cross-strait ties …

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  • Uber could face ban in Taiwan following unlawful operations

    Published on : Thursday, August 4, 2016

    According to various media report, car booking app Uber could be banned from Taiwan.   State officials claimed that the company did not operate lawfully within the country. The ride sharing app had misrepresented its business, calling itself an IT …

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  • Taiwan coach fire kills 26 tourists

    Published on : Monday, July 25, 2016

    A tour bus went up in flames close to Taoyuan Airport on Tuesday in Taiwan claiming the lives of twenty-six people. The incident killed as many as 23 tourists as well as a guide belonging to the Chinese mainland, as …

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  • 26 killed in Taiwan tourist bus crash

    Published on : Tuesday, July 19, 2016

    A bus carrying several tourists to the Taiwan Airport crashed into a roadside barrier and killed 26 people instantaneously. The bus went into flames right after the fatal crash.     The driver of the coach was carrying 24 tourists …

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  • Taiwan’s ‘Queen’s Head’ on the verge of extinction

    Published on : Tuesday, July 19, 2016

    Queen’s Head, one of the most famous scenes of Yehliu Geopark on the north coast of Taiwan is on the face of disintegration as it is facing erosion. Scientists are battling to save the ancient structure. Steps taken to conserve …

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