Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) is returning to the International Mediterranean Tourism Market (IMTM) on February 12-13, 2019 at the TLV Convention Center, as part of its continued effort to build up the fastest-growing Taiwan tourism market in the Middle East.
The Tourism Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, after holding the "2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival" and the "2021 Taiwan Lantern Festival" hosting city and county selection process, reported the results of its findings and decisions to the Executive Yuan on January 30, 2019. It has decided that the "2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival" will be held in Taichung City and the "2021 Taiwan Lantern Festival" will be held in Hsinchu City, which has not held the Taiwan Lantern Festival before.
After the success of Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s (TTB) booth at the International Mediterranean Market (IMTM 2018), TTB Israel’s team have begun preparations for making the 2019 booth and experiences bigger and better than ever for the upcoming IMTM 2019, which takes place on February 12-13, 2018 at the TLV Convention Center.
Following up its 2018 Year of Bay Tourism campaign, which promoted tourism to 10 of Taiwan’s smaller islands, Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) has announced 2019’s theme as “Small Town Ramble”, which focuses TTB’s efforts on promoting tourism to dozens of smaller towns spread around the country.
If it’s one thing Taiwan loves, it is celebrating a festival. Whenever you visit Taiwan, there are always plenty of festivals taking place, and even as 2018 draws to a close, there are still plenty more taking place.
Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan’s largest body of water will play host to several cycling events, concerts and other activities throughout November as part of the 2018 Sun Moon Lake Cycling, Music & Fireworks Festival.