Taiwan News

Emirates launches A380 operations to Taipei and Prague

Emirates launches A380 operations to Taipei and Prague

3rd May 2016 Airline News Tourism News

Emirates expanded their network of destinations served by its flagship A380 aircraft with the launch of new scheduled service to Taipei and Prague, reports Phil Blizzard in Dubai. In doing so Emirates are the first and only airline to operate an A380 into these two cities, making the total number of destinations served by Emirates’ iconic A380 to more than 40.

New leadership for Grand Hyatt Taipei

New leadership for Grand Hyatt Taipei

4th Apr 2016 Hotel News

Grand Hyatt Taipei has tapped a veteran of the hospitality industry in Asia, Sammy Carolus, to lead the property and its 1,000 staff as general manager. Carolus previously was general manager of Thailand’s Hyatt Regency Hua Hin. He relocates to Taipei with more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

Grand Hyatt Taipei remerges on Taiwan hospitality scene

Grand Hyatt Taipei remerges on Taiwan hospitality scene

2nd Apr 2015 Hotel News

Twenty-five years after opening as the first, true international luxury hotel in the capital, the Grand Hyatt Taipei is on the verge of yet another debut as one of the most sophisticated, urban hotels in East Asia. The Grand Hyatt Taipei is celebrating its re-launch April 23rd after a top-to-toe renovation that fleshed out the hotel from its concrete bones.

Taiwan Tourism Bureau comes to London for 2012

Taiwan Tourism Bureau comes to London for 2012

London Taxi Advertising is launching a full livery taxi advertising campaign for the Taiwan Tourism Bureau in London. Paul Tremarco, sales director at London Taxi Advertising contacted the tourism bureau to promote the effectiveness of taxi advertising as an Outdoor medium during the London 2012 Summer Olympics – a format they have never used before.

Taiwan in tourism drive

Taiwan in tourism drive

21st Mar 2011 Press Release Hotel News Tourism News

The Taiwan Tourism Bureau has officially launched its new global tourism promotion brand: ‘Taiwan – The Heart of Asia’.  The new brand will play a part in further developing international markets as the Tourism Bureau steps up its activities to position Taiwan as a leading travel destination.

Taiwan moves towards Schengen visa exemption

6th Jul 2010 Tourism News

The European Commission has proposed the addition of Taiwan to the list of countries whose citizens can visit without a visa. Exemptions are presently made for Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong or South Korea, with passport holders allowed to visit EU member states for up to 90 days.

Taiwan launches a new bus service for tourists

Taiwan launches a new bus service for tourists

27th May 2010 Press Release Tourism News

A new tourist bus service has launched in Puli, central Taiwan, to make it easier for independent travellers to tour some of the area’s most impressive visitor attractions. The local government developed the new bus service to cater to Puli’s increasing popularity for sightseeing.

Taiwan plans 37 new hotel developments

Taiwan plans 37 new hotel developments

27th May 2010 Press Release Hotel News Tourism News

Following a record number of visitors during 2009, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau has approved 37 new hotel investment projects on the island. The building of these new facilities, including large international tourist hotels, business properties and boutique hotels, will increase the number of guestrooms in Taiwan by more than 10,000.