Japan has emerged as the most popular choice for people in Taiwan who plan to travel during the Lunar New Year holiday later this month, a travel agency in Taipei said Monday.
Vietnamese budget carrier VietJet Air has announced that it will offer 150,000 free tickets to celebrate the launch of two new air routes -- Kaohsiung-Ho Chi Minh City and Taipei-Hanoi -- later this year.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) issued a yellow travel alert Saturday for Davao City in the Philippines, after an explosion in a market killed 14 people and wounded dozens more there a day earlier.
Known as the thermal spring kingdom, Taiwan has a variety of springs from north to south, and relaxing in a steamy spring has become a must-try for people who seek a complete stress-free experience.3 Comments
All eyes will be on professional cyclists in November for the 2014 Taiwan Cycling Festival (臺灣自行車節), as well as on the many local bicycle-lovers who believe that riding a bike is not only a means of transportation, but also a new attitude toward life.1 Comment
War veteran Ta Ngoc Tho and his comrades in Hanoi's Hai Ba Trung were recently invited to Bac Kan to attend the 65th anniversary of the Phu Thong victory over the French. They visited several of the province's tourist destinations, such as Thanh Temple, Puong Cave and Dau Dang Waterfall.
China has overtaken Spain on the list of the world's top tourism destinations, becoming the third-largest attraction, a senior tourism official said.2 Comments
Looking up at Hong Kong's skyline of soaring office towers and mammoth apartment complexes, it is hard to imagine that a short ferry ride could whisk you away from this bustling metropolis to another world, a world without high rises, cars or crowds.
Tekming Sae Chang, a Chinese immigrant from Swatao, Fujian Province, moved to Sam Chuk market with his family in 1950 to open the Sil Thammachat (Natural Art) Photo Shop.
For decades, the sleepy Portuguese colony of Macau offered little more than a taste of romantic European history in Asia, as the few smoke-filled casinos catered mainly to gamblers from Taiwan and Hong Kong.