Taiwan Tourism Bureau cooked up an enjoyable fair in Ayala Center Cebu last weekend. Dubbed as, “Taiwan Small Town & DIY Promotion Fair,” guests had a field day playing some of the Taiwanese iconic games such as ring toss, beanbag, and stand bottle. And there were DIY sessions allowing families and friends to have fun together while making paper umbrellas and sky lanterns.
DIY SKY LANTERN AND UMBRELLA
PEARL MILK TEA DRINKING CONTEST
Taiwan Tourism Bureau designed offline and online campaigns to engage with the Filipinos to allow them to explore the charm of Taiwan through the small towns. The all-day program gave the guests a chance to win prizes and enjoy local Taiwanese specialties. Through this fun and immersive experience, it made the participants feel like they’re in a small town in Taiwan.
According to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, there are 113,591 Filipinos who traveled to Taiwan from January to March 2019. That’s 1.24% more than last year’s 100,516 visitors.
The Deputy Director of the Taiwan Tourism Office of the Kuala Lumpur Office, Cindy Chen said that Taiwan is very serious about attracting more Filipinos to Taiwan that’s why they’re having shows and events to promote Taiwan Tourism.
Travelers going to Taiwan can pass by the Taiwan Tourism Information Center to redeem an exclusive freebie by showing proof of their flight booking with a two-night accommodation. Or simply mail the necessary documents together with a self-addressed and stamped envelope, including a sufficient amount of postage to receive your freebie.
The Taiwan Tourism Information Center Manila office is located at Tower 1, 8th Floor, Highstreet South Corporate Plaza, 9th Avenue corner 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines. It is open from Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. Or you may call (+632) 925 788 7039 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Tourism Bureau, Taiwan at http://taiwan.net.ph/ or https://www.taiwan.net.tw/ for more information.
TAIWAN UPCOMING EVENTS
2019 Lu Gang Celebrating Dragon Boat Festival (2019/5/11 to 2019/6/9)
2019 Peng Hu International Fireworks Festival (2019/4/18 to 2019/6/27)
2019 Fu Long International Sand Sculpture Art Festival (2019/4/19 to 2019/8/25)
For more information, go to https://eng.Taiwan.net.tw/
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