Taiwan

  • Taiwan DIY plants keep tourism thriving

     Wednesday, August 10, 2022

    Once thought to be the “factory of the world”, Taiwan is optimistic that its industrial tourism inventiveness will inspire some factories to keep their processes local rather than adhering to the international drift of moving to China or Southeast Asia, …

  • Tourism industry gets concerned over the spread of COVID all through summer

     Monday, May 23, 2022

    The Taiwan medical workers cease their breath in anxiety as the rate of spread of COVID-19 stabilize, the tourism and food service industries are fighting hard to stay afloat. UDN cited Travel Agent Association of the Republic of China, Taiwan …

  • Taiwan: Massive power outage affects city life

     Thursday, March 3, 2022

    Most of the major cities across Taiwan including the capital Taipei have seen widespread power cut after a reported accident at a power plant.  The nation’s economic affairs minister, Wang Meihua, said an accident had occurred at a power plant …

  • Taiwan’s Penghu sees tourists’ arrival

     Tuesday, August 31, 2021

    Once more, tourism sector is getting prosperous for Taiwan’s Penghu County as the pandemic has started getting eradicated, with crowds of tourists returning to various attractions all over this archipelago. Between the main island of Taiwan and the outlying county, …

  • Expert says Taiwan might be the last one

     Monday, June 14, 2021

    As per tourism industry expert, Brenda Hsiuan, the residents of Taiwan, who on lockdown following a rise in virus cases, likely will be among the last in Asia to travel abroad for vacation. Hsiuan, a senior business development manager for …

  • Palau and Taiwan launches coronavirus travel bubble for tourists

     Monday, April 5, 2021

    The islands of Palau and Taiwan recently opened a reciprocal travel lane, allowing residents of both places to travel back and forth quarantine-free provided they follow certain guidelines. The bubble, which Palau addressed as the “sterile corridor,” started off on …

  • Taiwan: 34 people killed and dozens injured as passenger train collides with a truck

     Friday, April 2, 2021

    At least 34 people, injuring dozens and leaving dozens trapped as a passenger train smashed into a truck on its tracks and partially derailed just outside a rail tunnel along Taiwan’s east coast on Friday.  The survivors were climbing out …

  • Virtual Taiwan Expo will strengthen ties between India and Taiwan

     Thursday, December 17, 2020

    The Bureau of Foreign Trade (MOEA) and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) have jointly announced the opening of third edition of ‘Taiwan Expo’ today in Taiwan. The expo will continue till 18th December 2020. This first Virtual Taiwan Expo …

  • Moxy Hotels Continues Expansion in Asia Pacific with the Debut of Its First Hotel in Taiwan

     Wednesday, November 11, 2020

    Marriott International today announced the opening of its first Moxy Hotel in Taiwan, shaking up the city’s hospitality scene with its playful spirit. The experiential and next gen-focused Moxy Taichung is located near many of the city’s attractions, including the …

  • Taiwan all prepared to reopen to foreign tourism

     Thursday, October 8, 2020

    The Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Taiwan, has recently declared that the Republic of China is all set to kick-start re-opening to foreign visitors in a gradual manner. As per MOTC officials, in three stages transportation and tourism will be …

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