The number of visitors forecast to attend this year's Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF, 台北國際旅展) is more than 280,000, which is nearly 20,000 more than the numbers achieved last year. The difference may not seem much, but for a mega event that is already extremely successful, to grow by just 10 percent is not an easy task.
Is travel only a privilege for the young and rich? Definitely not. The 2013 ITF Travel Forum delves into the senior travel market and future trends in individual travel. Both sessions will take place tomorrow on the second floor of Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1, starting with Taipei ITF Chairman Cherng Tyan Su (蘇成田), the host of "All About Senior Travel" at 10:30 a.m.
Do you know your admission slip to visit Taipei ITF is also a lucky draw ticket? To enter the lucky draw, you simply need to fill in your information, tear off the lucky draw slip and make sure you put it in the lucky draw boxes at the fair.
Foreigners at the 2013 Taipei ITF may find themselves lost in the havoc of the thriving crowds. Russian Vitaly Andreev, who's visited the fair for three to four consecutive years, believes that it is the most important travel industry fair in Taiwan as it showcases Taiwan's position in the international tourism market.
Taipei ITF's USA Pavilion attracted a swarm of people yesterday, as musicians and dancers from Guam and the state of Idaho performed live music to spice up American travel.
The annual Taipei ITF is the perfect opportunity for travel agencies, airlines, hotels and travel magazines to attract more customers and be known by more potential clients, and here are some tips for registration to participate in this grand event as an exhibitor from Nov. 7-10, 2014.
St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis, a Caribbean country with weather that is like spring all year round, joined the Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF) yesterday to warmly invite you to visit the stunning natural beauty and historical heritage of the nation.
As travel to the U.S. surged nearly 23 percent over the year, Brand USA, the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and Discover American Committee Taiwan have joined together "to capture the momentum" to promote travel products and services at the 2013 Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF).
Promoting the United States as a compelling destination for international travelers, inspiring visitors with a refreshed understanding that there is no place in the world like the United States of America with its limitless destinations and attractions.
Governor Matt Mead of the U.S. state of Wyoming attended the opening of Taipei ITF yesterday, encouraging more people from Taiwan to visit his state that conveys a "cowboy spirit."