TAIPEI, Taiwan - W Hotels Worldwide today opens the doors of its 39th hotel
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TAIPEI - Chinese mainland tourists spent 91 billion New Taiwan dollars (3 billion U.S. dollars) in Taiwan over the the past two and a half years, Taiwan authorities said Sunday.
Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Chairwoman Lai Shin-yuan yesterday reiterated a government plan to open the country to individual Chinese tourists this year.
LHASA - A group of Tibetan tourists, averaging age 60, took off Friday from Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region for Taiwan, marking the first trip of tourists from Tibet to ...
Taipei, Taiwan - The long-awaited European Schengen visa-waiver liberalization for Republic of China passport holders officially went into effect Tuesday and is considered a welcome economic ...
China has overtaken Japan as the No. 1 source of visitors to Taiwan, with a total of 1.6 million visits last year, the Tourism Bureau said yesterday.
Taipei - Beginning on January 1, 2011, the number of Chinese tourists allowed to enter Taiwan each day will increase by 1,000 to 4,000, according to an agreement reached between the two sides ...
The Taiwan Tourism Bureau has announced its 2011 marketing campaign, which will feature three key elements: Tour Taiwan 100, Authentic Taiwan and Great Service in Taiwan.
This year's five millionth tourist to Taiwan arrived this weekend and was greeted with a NT$500,000 (roughly US$17,000) cash prize.
According to the Tourism Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, the number of tourists visiting Taiwan is expected to reach a record 5.4 million this year, which represents ...
Taiwan - Military officials in Kinmen County agreed yesterday to hand over two vacant military sites to civilian authorities that the county’s leader hopes to convert into popular tourist ...
Taipei, Taiwan - The Taipei International Travel Fair, set to kick off next month, will feature over 1,200 booths from 60 countries, making it Taiwan's most anticipated tourism event of the year, ...
TAIPEI - A Taiwan driver, Tsai Chih-ming, missing since Oct.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- China has become the largest provider of tourists to Taiwan, according to the latest survey released by the Tourism Bureau under the Ministry of Transportation and ...
Taipei - Family members of 19 Chinese tourists from China's Guangdong Province who remained unaccounted for Sunday are expected to arrive in Taiwan Tuesday and Wednesday, according to a travel ...
TAIPEI - China Airlines, the flag carrier of Taiwan, signed a letter of intent Tuesday to join the SkyTeam global airline alliance. The process is expected to be completed by mid-2011.
A double of Taiwan's one-time military strongman and ruler Chiang Kai-shek is drawing enthusiastic tourists from China, the very land that he swore to conquer while ruling the island ...
HOUTONG, Taiwan — A surfeit of cats is giving a second life to a decayed Taiwanese coal-mining town that last prospered in the 1970s.
Taipei, Taiwan - About 20 tourists from eastern China's Jiangsu Province will visit Taiwan Sept.
It's the sort of publicity any city could best do well without.
Taipei - The arrival of Chinese tourists in ever-increasing droves has highlighted Taiwan's lack of large venues for staging large group activities, a local travel agency executive said ...
The tour guide stood in Taiwan's National Palace Museum lobby, waving a tattered green pennant.
TAIPEI — Taiwan is likely to lift a ban on visits by individual Chinese tourists, Premier Wu Den-yih said Wednesday in yet another sign of Taipei's fast-warming ties with Beijing.
Taipei - Taiwan expects to receive 1 million Chinese tourists in 2010 as the number of tour groups from the mainland grows, a newspaper said Monday.
Kaohsiung - Southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung City plans to build itself into a hub for cruise liners to attract more tourists to the city, officials said Tuesday.
Taiwan plans 37 new hotel developments
Taipei - China's tourism representative in Taiwan says he is really in his element living in Taipei, which he has called home for nine months.
BEIJING – Taiwan opened a tourism office Tuesday in Beijing that represents the island's first official presence in China's capital since the two sides split amid civil war in 1949.
Taiwanese national carrier, China Airlines and its subsidiary, Mandarin Airlines, have announced plans to fly a larger aircraft between Taipei and mainland China.
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