Starting from today until January 1, 2019, the 2018 Christmasland in New Taipei City, one of the most popular year-end attractions in the world, will not only showcase the biggest 3D projection mapping light shows in Taiwan and the Dreamy Lighting Overpasses but also team up with Jen Lewin, a well-known artist from New York, to debut in Taiwan her interactive installation art The Pool. Going together with “Space and Planet”, this year’s main theme, New Taipei City will be surely turned into a dream city.
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 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.
The Taipei City and New Taipei City governments have jointly announced the launching of an “All-Pass Ticket,” which will allow commuters to have unlimited rides of the metro system and public buses within Greater Taipei for a month at just NT$1,280 or NT$42 per day.
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), the US representative office in Taipei in the absence of formal ties, will hold a series of concerts that will begin on the coming Friday through Feb 9 to help promote jazz music in Taiwan.