The Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s recent incentives to stimulate domestic tourism by offering one-night free hotel accommodation to visitors traveling to five local cities and counties in southern and eastern Taiwan have shown positive effects with Taitung first reporting a surge in the number of tourists.
The season of lovely hydrangea macrophylla, or bigleaf hydrangeas, is here, blossoming in a bright palette of colors ranging from purple, pink to white.
The 11th Fulong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival will kick off this Saturday, showcasing 76 local and international artworks on the extensive 3 km-long golden beach in Taiwan’s northeastern coast.
Taiwan Railway Administration’s (TRA) first “tourism-only” Puyuma express train arrived at Hualien on Thursday, as part of the government’s efforts to boost tourism after a powerful earthquake hit the eastern city last month, killing 17 people and injuring more than 270 others.
Pop diva Celine Dion will be making her debut in Taipei in July as part of her Asian tour this year.
As Taiwan steps up efforts in enticing more tourists to visit, the Tourism Bureau’s Hotel and Lodging Division is reigning in the illegal hotel and lodging operators to ensure a more secured tourism environment.
Representatives of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Kaohsiung Branch Office will visit Taitung City on Monday, January 22 to provide those consular services and answer questions as part of the services for American citizens, the AIT said in a statement.