The 2018 Christmasland, one of the most popular winter events in Taiwan, kicked off on Friday evening at Banqiao in New Taipei City with Mayor Eric Chu presiding over the launching ceremony.
“Christmasland in New Taipei City”, the most well-known winter festival in Taiwan, will kick off on Friday, November 16 this year with the overall theme of space and planets.
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 Taipei City Government has designated each Friday as “Green Transportation Day,” during which it offers free coffee and snacks for cyclists at certain YouBike stations.
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.
The annual Calla Lilly Festival has kicked off at Zhuzihu or Bamboo Lake in Taipei’s Yangmingshan, offering visitors a great view of the elegant flowers along with concerts and a farmers’ market.
The tourism and travel department of the New Taipei City government is staging a series of dancing water shows in Bitan to feast the eyes of visitors, following its successful model of presenting similar performances that greatly helped promote the city’s tourism last year.
While some people are thinking to go to Japan to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom, Taiwan’s own species have already started blooming earlier this week.
One of the most unique shores around the world are rocks bathed in a sea of green and can be found on the northeastern coast of Taiwan.
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.