There’s no denying that Filipinos are ultimately falling in love with Taiwan as more and more Filipino travelers are considering it as a must-visit destination this year.
As stated in the recent report of Google Flights, Taiwan is one of the top 10 countries Filipinos aspire to visit this year not only because of its visa-free entry scheme but also due to its wonderful climate, amazing food and culture, and natural scenic beauty.
This year, as the Taiwan Tourism Board holds its annual Taiwan Tourism Workshop in Manila, which is scheduled this February 1 at Seda Hotels Manila Bay in Paranaque City, guests can get first dibs on the exciting new places and activities to watch out for in Taiwan.
Dubbed as “Unveiling the Wonders of Taiwan: A Sneak Peek into the 2024 Taiwan Tourism Workshop”, this year’s kick-off event will share Taiwan’s new hidden gems that will add more color and delight to the ‘Heart of Asia.’
Led by Mr. Wallace Minn-Gan Chow, Representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines, and Ms. Yi-Ting, Chen, Director of Taiwan Tourism Administration, Bangkok Office, the 2024 Taiwan Tourism Workshop will showcase Taiwan Tourism Board’s latest partnership with the Taiwan Trade Center, Taiwan Leisure Farms Development Association and Kingspread CO., LTD, a leading software company in Taiwan. Along with this development, the 2024 Taiwan Tourism Workshop will also showcase its partnership with some of the leading airlines in the world including China Airlines, EVA Air, and STARLUX Airlines.
The 2024 Taiwan Tourism Workshop will also feature Travel Mart, where aspiring Taiwan visitors can avail great deals and discounts on airfare, accommodation, and activities in Taiwan.
As many countries boost their tourism promotion to boost local economy, Taiwan is ready to welcome more tourists from different parts of the globe, most especially from its neighboring Asian countries like the Philippines.
For more updates on Taiwan Tourism Workshop 2024, you may visit the ‘Panahon sa Taiwan’ Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PanahonSaTaiwan/.
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