Must-visit Taiwan

posted July 07, 2017 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
With more relaxed visa restrictions for Philippine tourists in recent years, travel to Taiwan has been more convenient. 

To make Taiwan be the first choice among other destinations, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau is inviting Filipinos to join the 2017 Travel Madness Expo (TME) at SMX Convention Center, Manila until July 9 to experience the beauty of Taiwan all year round.

The flight time between Taiwan and Philippines is merely two hours. Taiwan offers diverse and abundant types of tourism activities. To address the market in the Philippines, measures like relaxing the Visa-free terms and conditions, providing the simplified process of Visa application for premium and MICE groups, and putting Philippines into the e-Visa program from October last year boost the two-way development of economics, culture and civil exchange.

At the 2017 TME, the Taiwan Pavilion will provide guests with marvelous performances and activities, such as traditional acrobatics by MHD Diabolo Art Taiwan to demonstrate the passion and power of Taiwan; DIY painting of bamboo bungle to experience the cultural creation in rural life; nails painting and modeling balloons for you to enter the dream land ahead; cotton candy making by national pastry chef to share the sweet happiness all around you and the Taiwan traditional food tasting – Aiyu jelly and tea eggs. 

The 2017 Travel Madness Expo will provide guests with marvelous performances and activities such as traditional acrobatics, DIY painting, nails painting, and more.  
So come and enjoy the vibe with Taiwan.

Topics: Taiwan , Philippine tourists , Taiwan Tourism Bureau , 2017 Travel Madness Expo (TME)
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