Taiwan, Another Must- See Asian Tourist Destination for Filipinos
Taiwan's tourism industry is actively on the rise. The Taiwan Tourism Bureau recently held a two day Tourism event, inviting Filipinos to visit and experience Taiwan's numerous natural tourist attractions, cultural diversity and delectable food.
- (1888PressRelease) August 29, 2011 - Manila, Philippines - A colorful and festive Tourism exhibit took place at the Robinson's Galleria Activity Center in Ortigas, Manila last July 27 and 28. This is an effort of the Taiwan Tourism Bureau to promote and invite Filipinos to visit and experience Taiwan. Cheap Taiwan tour packages were showcased by PTAA -member travel agencies from the Philippines.
The event featured dances of Taiwan's aborigines. There were also craftsmen who make dough figurines and candy sculptures that certainly impressed Filipinos as they display their skills on the spot. These dough figurines and candy sculptures were given to those lucky mall goers who waited in line.
During the program, audience were asked to answer different trivia questions about Taiwan, and whoever answers get to take home different variety of local delicacies from various parts of Taiwan and other prizes. This activity truly liven up the crowd and encouraged more passerbys and shoppers to see the exhibit.
Different Taiwan tourist destinations serve as their stall backdrop to promote the main attractions of various regions. Taiwan Tourism Bureau definitely got the Filipinos interested to travel and visit Taiwan.
For those who missed "Time for Taiwan: The Heart of Asia" tourism exhibit, here are some of the interesting places to go to when you visit Taiwan….
For nature lovers, you will truly be breathless seeing Taiwan's natural landscapes like its towering mountains and beautiful coast lines. Taiwan is also known for Penghu National Scenic Area that consists of ninety islets, scattering around the Taiwan Strait. If you head towards the southeast of Taiwan, a different adventure awaits you. Here you can enjoy nature activities by whale watching and scuba diving.
To date, Taiwan have 8 National parks, Yanming Mountain (Yangmingshan) National Park in Taipei suburban, which is famous for its volcanic landscape; the Xueba (Shei-Pa) National Park, crossing Hsinchu & Miaoli counties and famous for special fish species- Formosan Oncorhynchus Masou; locating in Hualien county adjacent to Liwu creek; Taroko National Park is known for its lofty canyon landscape crossing many counties in central Taiwan;, Yu Mountain (Yushan) National Park is famous for its bright sunshine; locating in south tip; Kending (Kenting) National Park gives you a total touch of Southeast Asia; Kinmen (Jinmen)National Park is known for legacies from the war decades ago; the Dongsha Atoll Marine National Park is at the north tip of the South China Sea, marking the southern portal to the Taiwan Strait. Finally, Taijiang National Park will make you experience of Taiwan's best of both culture and nature.
For more information about traveling to Taiwan please visit http://eng.taiwan.net.tw