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A 'bird strike' forces AirAsia plane to make an emergency landing in Brisbane
An AirAsia flight from Australia to Malaysia was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after take-off due to a suspected bird strike.
 
Beat the heat with these 4 tucked-away spots in Hsinchu
Each can be reached from Taipei within a day and each will give you solitude and coolness.
 > Hsinchu
 
Explorer: 4 things to do in Hualien that might surprise you
Take a leisurely ride or stroll through any part of Hualien and we guarantee you'll stumble onto some surprises.
 > Hualien
 
Explorer: Four tucked-away spots for a Hsinchu escape
If you have a scooter, car or bike and live in Northern Taiwan, you're missing out if you never head into the mountains of Hsinchu.
 > Taipei
 
Itineraries on the go
Taiwan was given the name of "Ilha Formosa," meaning "the beautiful island," for the bountiful natural treasures it possessed when Portuguese mariners passed by the island in 1544.
 > Taipei
 
Traffic controls announced for Yangmingshan flower festival
Traffic controls will be imposed around the Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei on certain days during its annual flower festival between Feb. 10 and March 19, to cope with the large number of tourists expected to throng the area, the city's Public Transportation Office said Wednesday.
 > Taipei
 
Taiwan to benefit from Thailand's extension of visa concessions
Travel to Thailand could continue to be more appealing as the Thai government decided Tuesday to extend its visa concessions for another six months for 21 countries, including Taiwan.
 
South Korean rep positive about tourism in Taiwan
South Korea's new representative to Taiwan has lauded tourism in the country and said that it is a safe place to travel, downplaying concerns that a recent case in which a South Korean tourist was allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted by a Taiwanese taxi driver could impact the tourism industry.
 
Taiwan Lantern Festival promoting local tours
The 2017 Taiwan Lantern Festival in Yunlin will include local tours this month to allow wider exploration of central Taiwan, the organizers said Wednesday.
 > Yunlin
 
All aboard! Taipei's new sightseeing buses offer double the fun
A fleet of double-decker buses hit the roads of Taipei Wednesday, offering visitors to city a chance to take in open-topped guided tours in four different languages.
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