The number of visitors at the Taipei International Travel Fair (Taipei ITF) grew 6.7 percent to reach 105,664 on Saturday, while exhibitors indicated that "buyer interest is still there," according to the Taiwan Visitor Association (TVA, 台灣觀光協會), the organizer of the popular trade fair.
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A day before the Taipei ITF kicked off, local and foreign professionals in the travel industry mingled at the Travel Mart, where business connections were forged to promote Taiwan travel.
Get ready to explore and discover wonders of the world with countless bargains at the annual travel fiesta