Taiwan Small Town Ramble Promotion in Manila

Taiwan Small Town Ramble Promotion

There are 246,641 Taiwanese people traveled to the Philippines in 2018, a 4.27% growth compared to the previous year, according to Taiwan’s office in the Philippines. While the Philippines have the 6th most visitors from Taiwan, Philippine visitors to Taiwan has grown by 44.13% compared to the previous year, reaching to 419,105.

To continue to boost tourism, Taiwan Tourism Bureau is going to hold a Travel Fair featuring Taiwan Small Town, taking place in Glorietta on April 13. The promotion event will be showcasing authentic Taiwan small town decorated stalls, fun games such as ring toss, pinball, beanbag toss, fishing up the bottle, etc., players can get prizes by passing through these games. What’s more, from April to May, for these whole two months, Philippine nationals can play online game launched by Taiwan Tourism Bureau to win themselves a total of 101 prizes.

All-day programs on main stage invite the public to come onto the stage for matches and watch videos to win prizes. The event is open all day for experiencing Taiwan local specialties, and travel packages are available on the promotion event through airline companies and travel agencies’ stalls for those who are interested in traveling to Taiwan.

To encourage the Filipinos to travel to Taiwan, limited gifts are redeemable at the reception of Taiwan Tourism Bureau for those who purchase travel package or “flight & hotel packages” during the event.

Just don’t forget to pass by the Taiwan Tourism Information Center to redeem exclusive freebies with a round-trip electronic ticket and a copy of two-night accommodation.

Or you can simply mail the necessary documents together with a self-addressed and stamped envelope, including sufficient amount of postage to receive your freebie.

The Taiwan Tourism Information Center Manila office is located at Tower 1, 8th Floor, Highstreet South Corporate Plaza, 9th Avenue corner 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines.

It is open from Monday to Friday 9:30am to 6:00pm, providing Filipinos and other tourists with updated tourism information about Taiwan. Call (+632) 925 788 7039 or email mnl2taiwan@gmail.com.

Follow the website of Tourism Bureau, Taiwan at http://taiwan.net.ph/or https://www.taiwan.net.tw/.
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