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  • Taiwan warns travelers against taking gold to Japan

    Discover why Taiwan’s MOFA warns travelers against carrying valuable jewelry to Japan, following a gold necklace confiscation incident. Learn about Japan’s customs regulations and the reasons behind increased scrutiny.
    2024/07/04 13:53
  • Taipei envoy’s plane hit by lightning after takeoff

    Discover the harrowing experience of Frank Hsieh, head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Japan, as his plane was struck by lightning after takeoff from Songshan, sparking a moment of reflection and a light-hearted conclusion.
    2024/06/19 11:10
  • Tsai Ing-wen honors Japanese diplomat with top award

    Discover how former Japanese diplomat Hideo Tarumi was honored by Taiwan with the Order of Brilliant Star for his role in strengthening Taiwan-Japan relations, emphasizing shared democratic values and regional peace.
    2024/05/09 16:40
  • Japan sees shift to domestic travel amid economic changes

    Discover how Japan’s travel trends are shifting towards domestic exploration amid economic challenges, with a significant drop in outbound travel and a rise in local tourism. Learn about the impact on airlines and the tourism sector.
    2024/04/29 15:06
  • ’Wandering in Taitung’ showcases Taiwan’s beauty in Tokyo

    Explore how Taitung County’s recent tourism promotion event in Tokyo aimed to captivate Japanese visitors with the region’s natural beauty and cultural offerings.
    2024/04/18 20:00
  • T’way Air revives Incheon-Taichung route, boosting tourism

    T’way Air has resumed operations on its Incheon-to-Taichung route, with the maiden flight carrying 189 passengers. Taichung City’s Tourism and Travel Bureau held a welcoming event for the inaugural flight and believes that reopening the route will deepen tourism exchanges between Taichung and Korea. Director Chen Mei-hsiu cited Taichung’s mild climate, convenient location, rich tourist resources, and food culture as attractions for Korean visitors. The Incheon-Taichung route, operating a Boeing 737-800, will have seven weekly flights, with daily round-trip service in winter. T’way Air is the third Korean airline operating the route, following Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. In 2023, the number of tourists traveling from Korea to Taiwan reached 470,000, ranking third after Japan.
    2024/01/05 17:49
  • Taiwanese tourists return home after Ishikawa quake ordeal

    A group of 65 Taiwanese tourists stranded in Japan due to the Ishikawa 7.6 magnitude earthquake safely returned to Taiwan on Starlux Airlines. The earthquake forced the closure of Niigata Airport, causing a two-day delay for the group. Taiwanese passengers described the trembling sensation from the Japan quake as much scarier than the earthquakes they experienced in Taiwan. Despite the lack of severe damage, the tour leader led the tourists to pray for safety at a shrine in the Niigata area during the New Year period. The travel agency greeted the returning tourists at the airport with consolation meal boxes, considering their safe return a stroke of luck amidst the unfortunate situation.
    2024/01/04 14:40
  • Over 500 Taiwanese stranded in Japan after earthquake: MOFA

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has reported that 547 Taiwanese people are currently stranded in Japan following a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Ishikawa Prefecture. All Taiwanese tour group members have been confirmed safe. Tourists from four travel agencies, including Colatour, Lion Travel, Richmond Tours, and Star Travel, were affected by the disaster. Additionally, 20 individual travelers are stuck at Niigata Airport due to its closure. The earthquake has resulted in at least six fatalities, dozens of injuries, and severe damage, including house fires, collapses, road fractures, and airport closures. More than 30,000 homes in Ishikawa and 1,100 homes in Niigata are without power, with disruption to water supplies. Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior is preparing an international rescue team to dispatch to Japan, and the Japanese government has been informed of Taiwan’s readiness to help. MOFA advises Taiwanese citizens to contact the consulate in Osaka for assistance.
    2024/01/02 10:40
  • Taiwan ranks second in Airbnb’s global search trends

    Taiwan has been identified as one of the key search terms by international travelers on Airbnb’s platform, according to the company’s 2024 tourism trends report. Taiwan’s search growth rate was second globally, just behind Japan. Airbnb expects 2024 to be the year when international travelers embark on world tours. From the first quarter to the third quarter of 2024, search volume on Airbnb increased significantly in 10 countries and regions, with Japan topping the list. Other than Taiwan and Japan, countries and regions such as Albania, Singapore, Finland, the United Arab Emirates, Curaçao, Aruba, Thailand, and Guatemala also saw a rise in interest from Airbnb users.
    2023/12/26 16:58
  • Taipei 101 to ignite 16,000 fireworks for New Year show

    Taipei 101 announces its New Year’s Eve fireworks show for 2024, featuring a 300-second spectacle with 16,000 fireworks. For the first time, the event will incorporate Japanese color fireworks, adding to the visual array. The theme for this year’s show is "Colorful World," symbolizing Taiwan’s vibrant society and hopeful future. The iconic skyscraper will forgo its giant display screen and T-pad light net, as well as the 60-second countdown animation and lead-in video from the previous year. The collaboration with Japanese pyrotechnic manufacturers highlights the friendly relations between Taiwan and Japan, with Vice Premier Cheng Wen-tsan expecting tourist numbers to reach 6 million by mid-December. The international exposure from the fireworks is expected to significantly boost Taiwan’s visibility on the global travel map. Taipei 101’s Facebook page is also hosting a message-collection campaign, offering participants a chance to become part of the event’s narrative.
    2023/12/12 13:37
  • Kansai Airport revamp cuts wait, aids departures

    Kansai International Airport in Japan has recently undergone renovations to improve the departure process and accommodate a surge in international passenger traffic. With added verification measures in place, some travelers have reported going through exit immigration and security checks in as little as 30 minutes. The airport’s first terminal is being extensively renovated to meet future demands, with upgrades to domestic facilities and a newly opened central zone for international departures. As part of the expansion, 20 to 30 new duty-free shops and restaurants will be added. The aim of the renovations is to elevate efficiency and provide a more streamlined and pleasurable experience for passengers.
    2023/12/07 14:53
  • Tax exemption limit faces backlash as overseas travel soars

    Taiwan experiences a surge in travel as global restrictions ease, leading to a phenomenon known as "vacation vengeance." The Ministry of Finance reports that approximately 8.42 million passengers traveled in the first nine months of 2023. However, strict tax exemption regulations have caused public frustration as returning residents face customs inspections for exceeding the purchase limit. The current tax exemption limit is NTD$20,000, but citizens argue it is insufficient. The Ministry of Finance is considering raising the limit to NTD$30,000 to NTD$40,000. The regulations governing duty-free privileges for inbound personal luggage have remained unchanged for over three decades. The Ministry of Finance is discussing potential changes to address the rising cost of overseas goods and the country’s gross national income compared to Japan and South Korea.
    2023/11/13 20:03
  • Taiwanese to benefit from Thailand’s new visa-free scheme

    The Thai government has launched a 30-day visa-free policy for Taiwanese tourists, aiming to increase the number of visitors by 20%. Around 600,000 Taiwanese tourists visited Thailand this year, and Thai officials hope to raise this number to at least 725,000 by the end of 2023. Since the announcement of the new policy, queries about Thailand on travel websites have increased by 30%. Travelers are also pleased with the elimination of visa costs, which can range from NT $1,200 to over $10,000. To further attract tourists, travel agencies and airlines are offering discounted round-trip tickets to Bangkok from Taipei, with prices as low as NT $5,000. Thailand is already among the top overseas travel destinations for Taiwanese, along with Japan, mainland China, South Korea, and Vietnam.
    2023/11/10 22:52
  • Japanese PM expect to meet with China’s Xi at APEC summit

    Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is considering a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping after the U.S.-China talks at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. Kishida plans to meet with Xi the day after U.S. President Joe Biden’s meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss unresolved issues between Japan and China, including Japan’s request for China to remove import restrictions on Japanese seafood products. Additionally, the dialogue aims to strengthen bilateral cooperation and promote regional stability. Japan’s National Security Secretariat Secretary General Akiba Takeo will travel to China for coordination efforts. The APEC summit, which includes leaders from 21 member countries, will take place in San Francisco from November 15 to 17.
    2023/11/09 12:32
  • ITF Taipei Int’l Travel Fair sees 76.3% visitor growth

    The 2023 ITF Taipei International Travel Fair concluded with a total of 344,475 visits, representing a 76.3% growth from the previous year. The event, organized by the Taiwan Visitors Association, recorded a single-day attendance of 75,917 visitors on its final day. Numerous hotel groups and travel agencies reported strong sales performances, with some generating daily revenues in the millions and cumulative four-day returns exceeding a billion dollars. Exhibited travel products showcased Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia as preferred destinations, while long-haul trips to the Americas, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand also garnered significant interest. The 2024 ITF Taipei International Travel Fair is set to begin exhibitor registration on March 1, 2024, and will take place from November 1 to 4, 2024, at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.
    2023/11/07 17:56
  • International travel fair in Taipei ends with heat for deals

    The Taipei International Travel Fair concluded with attendees taking advantage of travel deals. Industry experts believe that high travel costs are inevitable due to factors such as flight recovery, labor shortage, and inflation. Japan, a popular destination for Taiwanese tourists, also faces similar challenges. The weakening Japanese Yen has led to more domestic travel, increasing competition for hotel rooms. The imbalance between supply and demand has contributed to rising travel costs. To alleviate financial pressures, experts suggest taking advantage of fair benefits and choosing low-cost airlines. For those interested in traveling to Western countries, transferring through Chinese airports may offer relatively lower ticket prices.
    2023/11/06 20:30
  • Tigerair Taiwan reports whopping 2,378% YoY revenue increase

    Tigerair Taiwan reported impressive third-quarter results, with revenues of nearly NT$3,600,000,000, representing a remarkable year-on-year increase of 2,378% and a 23.87% increase from the previous quarter. The airline attributed its Q3 performance to the summer vacation peak and a steady recovery in passenger movement following the Covid pandemic.
    2023/11/05 20:41
  • Top choice: Japan captures 40% of Taiwan traveler’s hearts

    Discover the latest travel trends: Japanese yen’s dip drives Taiwanese travelers to Japan, while global air passengers surge by 28.3%. Explore preferences by age and destinations favored by different groups.
    2023/08/16 16:29
  • Taiwan reigns as top spender in Japan from April to June

    The Japan Tourism Agency’s latest report has revealed a remarkable surge in Taiwan’s travel expenditure in Japan during the second quarter. From April to June, Taiwanese visitors spent a staggering NT$38.4 billion in the country, averaging NT$39,000 per traveler. 
    2023/07/24 17:27
  • Japanese Yen hits record low, presents travel opportunities

    In a remarkable turn of events, the Japanese Yen plummeted to an all-time low against the New Taiwan Dollar (NT$) on Friday (June 30), creating a lucrative opportunity for avid travelers.
    2023/06/30 17:26
  • 3-day festival held in Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei

    The long-awaited “Touch The Japan Festival” has returned to Taiwan as our borders finally reopened.
    2022/10/21 18:31
  • Airfares to Japan drop ahead of Taiwan’s border reopening

    Some travelers headed to Taoyuan International Airport on Wednesday (Oct. 12), one day before Taiwan reopens its borders. Many at the airport were going directly into Japan due to its recent opening and cheaper ticket prices that make it an ideal destination for this time of year.
    2022/10/13 09:50
  • Taiwanese people hesitant to travel abroad as airfares soar

    As the Taiwanese government prepares to change quarantine regulations to "0+7" for arriving passengers, many are setting their sights for a vacation abroad.
    2022/09/26 20:00
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