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TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan could benefit from a service trade agreement signed with China Friday that liberalizes the cross-strait travel market by allowing Taiwanese and Chinese travel agencies to opera
BEIJING, China - The number of Chinese mainlanders traveling to Taiwan as individual tourists from January to May totaled 166,000, an increase of 237.49 percent year on year, new data has showed.
SINGAPORE – Agoda.com, Asia’s leading hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq:PCLN), has assembled a list of hotels in Taipei that are offering special deals during th
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Foreign visitor arrivals in Taiwan could be hurt by an ongoing scare over the use of banned industrial ingredients in edible modified starches, tourism industry representatives said W
TAIPEI, Taiwan - The Tourism Bureau announced yesterday that tourists scheduled to go to the Philippines can receive full refunds after deducting a certain amount of regulated fees after the Executive
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan does not need to ban Chinese tourists from visiting due to the H7N9 bird flu outbreak in China, as the World Trade Organization (WHO) has not recommended any travel restriction
A strong earthquake has been felt throughout Taiwan. Most earthquake don't cause casualties or damage. So far no damages had been reported.
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taipei-based carriers are optimistic about a surge in tourist travel by Taiwanese people to Japan due to a depreciating Japanese yen, despite the fallout from the sagging domestic eco
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Foreign tourists are expected to have brought NT$340 billion (US$11.68 billion) into Taiwan as of the end of 2012, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications forecast Tuesday.
LONDON, England – A testament to its reputation for innovation and service, EVA Air has today announced plans to provide in-flight mobile and WiFi communications aboard its brand new Boeing 777-300E
TAIPEI, Taiwan - The Tourism Bureau yesterday announced that this year’s 7 millionth tourist would likely arrive in Taiwan in the middle of next month rather than at Christmas, as previously expecte
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Pointing to the growth in the number of tourists visiting Taiwan over the past three years, President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday that it is possible that the total number of tourists
TAIPEI, Taiwan - The first-ever tourism conference between Taiwan and Vietnam will be held Wednesday in Taipei, with both sides aiming to develop travel exchanges and achieve sustainable growth in the
TAIPEI, Taiwan - The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is planning to convert selected tourist factories around Taiwan into destinations for foreign visitors, hoping to capitalize on the growing num
Taiwan will not replace Hong Kong as the favorite destination for Chinese tourists in the next few years unless it loosens quota restrictions and invests more in hardware and infrastructure, Bank of A
The Hawaiian tourism office in Taiwan launched a promotional tour package on Wednesday in cooperation with local travel agencies to take advantage of a potential tourism boost from Taiwan’s inclusio
TAIPEI, Taiwan - The number of Taiwanese visitors to the United States could surge by more than 30 percent after Taiwan is included in the U.S.
TAIPEI, Taiwan - A tour bus carrying 35 Chinese nationals from Beijing overturned in Hualien County yesterday afternoon, leaving three passengers seriously injured and 28 with minor injuries, rescuers
The Tourism Bureau estimated yesterday that the number of international tourists would set a record this year by exceeding 7 million.
BEIJING, China - Chen Wenjing's ambitious plan to go backpacking in Taiwan to see the island up close and personal is about to come true.
TAIPEI, Taiwan - As part of the government’s strategy to boost the economy, Premier Sean Chen yesterday set a goal of attracting an additional 3 million foreign tourists within four years, particula
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Issues related to cross-Taiwan Strait tourism and food safety were discussed during the latest meeting held Thursday between the chief negotiators of the two sides, an official said.
Over 60 participants from the Taiwan tourism industry, especially hotels and tour operators, attended a special one-day workshop on child protection as part of responsible tourism.