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10 Things Thai Tourists Love in Taiwan Trips

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Taiwan or Republic of China is one of the best destinations for international tourists when it offers great stays, foods and breath-taking scenery where people are very nice. Among several millions of visitors, Thais are in some of 180K ones from Southeast Asia attracted by those offered bests by Taiwan and Taiwanese. One thing might be heard of Taiwan that Taiwan’s just like cheaper Japan. This would be strongly refused as “You are unable to compare oranges to apples.” Taiwan is offering great things by its own which Japan has something else to offer. Taiwan has become one of more – liked destinations for Thai tourists nowadays.

MThai English has made a list of 10 Things Thai Tourists Love in Taiwan Trips.

Let’s have a look which ones of them are your reasons to love Taiwan.

 

1. Visa-Exempt Entry

The visa-free privilege allows Thai passport holders to stay in Taiwan for up to 30 days  until July 31, 2018.  Since the granting of visa-free visits, Thai visitors to Taiwan have increased by 57.26 percent.

For more information : Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (TAIWAN)


2 . Currency

Taiwan currency is almost equal Thailand currency.

Exchange rate : 1 TWD = 1.10277 THB


 3. Taiwan High Speed Rail

Easy Card can be used for all train services except tour trains, group trains, Taroko Express, Puyuma Express and other TRA designated trains (special and reserve seat services).

For more information : Easy Card


3. Alishan National Scenic Area 

Spectacular sunset and sunrise.


 4. The Taipei 101 

The tower has served as an icon of modern Taiwan.


5.  Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area

Sun Moon Lake surrounds a tiny island called Lalu. The east side of the lake resembles a sun while the west side resembles a moon


6. Shilin Night Market

The largest and most famous night market in the city.


 7. Taiwanese Milk Tea (Bubble Tea)

  Chun Shui Tang, the original  idea of serving Chinese tea cold in the early 1980 after     visiting Japan( Liu Han-Chieh, the founder )


8. Chinese plum


 9. Original Tiedan (Iron egg)


10. Choui Fong Ruan Zhi Oolong Tea

 

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