Posts Tagged ‘taipei’

Taipei is vibrant and progressive, don’t you agree?   Great care has been taken to make this place truly liveable for its citizens and convenient for travellers of all backgrounds – regardless of race, belief, age, financial status and interest – to roam around and explore the city and beyond. Now, allow us to...

Hong Kong, 16 November 2016 – Mandarin Oriental, Taipei recommends a fashion photography exhibition, night markets and new gastronomic experiences as among the top Taipei attractions to enjoy this autumn. Guests who want to fully explore Taipei’s vibrancy, warm hospitality and distinctive culture can choose from a...

  As part of its active campaign to market Taipei travel, Department of Information Tourism (DOIT) has this year again teamed up with airlines, hotels, and travel agencies, launching the “FUN TAIPEI” tourism project. Three themed touring routes and “Friendly City Tour” have been designed, catering to the special...

With Taiwan dropping onto bucket lists the world over, the Grand Hyatt Taipei is harnessing three great drivers of the country’s appeal in a tempting new stay package called Tempting Taiwan.

What to Do with An Hour in Taipei As written by General Manager of The Grand Hyatt Taipei, Kai Speth.

Located in a prime location in the city’s most established business district, the all new luxury Mandarin Oriental, Taipei introduces two tantalising spa indulgence packages for those looking for a relaxing city getaway at this world-class property.

Apart from Taipei 101 (one of the world’s tallest building), the rest of Taiwan is a mystery to me. I did not feel I was ever called to personally explore the country yet to learn about it. But, when I was invited to join the trip courtesy of China Airlines and Taiwan Visitor Association, I immediately grabbed the...

Taiwan is a mountainous island with great terrains ranging from tropical beaches to spectacular Jade Mountain, as the highest non-Himalayan mountain in North East Asia standing majestically at 3952 meter.