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August 16, 2022

Taiwan promotes its small town charm in Manila

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(From left) Jerry Chuang, director of press division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines; Jacky Chen, general manager of China Airlines Philippine Branch; Michael Hsu, representative of TECO; Ritchie Tuano, president of Philippine Travel Agencies Association; and Shih-pi Chou, director of Taiwan Tourism Bureau Kuala Lumpur Office

The Taiwan Travel Fair showcased authentic Taiwan small town decorated stalls and games at the activity center of Glorietta last month. Guests had the chance to win prizes from the Taiwan Tourism Bureau.

Through this kind of travel fair, Taiwan Tourism Bureau hopes to attract Filipinos to include Taiwan in their travel list.

The all-day program at the main stage gave the public the opportunity to participate in the Q&A portion and other fun games. Guests were also able to sample Taiwan’s delicious local specialties.

The event was graced with a good number of guests who came to inquire about flight and tour packages to Taiwan which made this event a huge success in terms of promoting Taiwan as Filipino’s next destination.

Exclusive freebies were given to guests who were able to present a roundtrip ticket with a copy of a 2-night accommodation. Guests who weren’t able to redeem it during the fair can just mail the required documents together with a self-addressed and stamped envelope, including sufficient amount of postage to receive their 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 with office hours from 9:30am to 6:00pm daily. You may also call (+63) 925 788 7039 or email mnl2taiwan@gmail.com.

Follow the website of Tourism Bureau, Taiwan at http://taiwan.net.ph/ or https://www.taiwan.net.tw/


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