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Taiwan tourists numbers are up from the UK and the US

October 10, 2014 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

According to the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, there was a  significant increase in UK travelers visiting Taiwan in the first five months of 2014 (24,485 visits, compared to 16,560 in2013). Reasons given for the increase were targeted marketing efforts in the UK as well new flight routes and hotel openings.

The bureau also registered an increase in visitors from the US in the first four months of this year (up 12% compared to 2013). United Airlines now offers nonstop services between San Francisco and Taipei, and EVA Airway is planning to increase its number of flights between Taiwan and the US later this year, making Taiwan travel even more convenient.

With visitor numbers in the first half of the year on the rise, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau has reason to be confident about reaching its ambitious target of receiving 9 million visitors in 2014.

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