In a move to deepen the connection between Canadian travellers and the vibrant culture of Taiwan, the Taiwan Tourism Administration (TTA) is thrilled to announce the launch of its year-long campaign, “Show Me Taiwan!” in Canada. The campaign, commencing today, is an open invitation to Canadian adventurers and culture enthusiasts to explore and experience Taiwan, the Heart of Asia, in a way that goes beyond conventional tourism.
“Show Me Taiwan!” is a campaign that encourages travellers to see, experience, understand, and immerse themselves in the unique tapestry that makes Taiwan a must-visit destination. Crafted around the inherent curiosity and adventurous spirit of Canadians, it is an invitation for an immersive journey into the depths of Taiwan’s rich culture, exquisite cuisine, profound history, and breathtaking landscapes.
To kickstart this thrilling campaign, the TTA hosted an activation event on Saturday, 9th – Sunday, 10th December at CF Eaton Centre in Toronto. There’s another event on Saturday, 16th – Sunday, 17th December at CF Richmond Centre in Vancouver.
Experience Taiwanese hospitality and immerse yourself in multiple interactive activities while earning free gifts. Also present will be travel partners that will provide insightful information about visiting.
This campaign marks a significant milestone following the September upgrade and rebranding of the Taiwan Tourism Bureau into the Taiwan Tourism Administration. With enhanced powers to set tourism promotion policies, the TTA, under the supervision of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), is dedicated to fostering a renewed interest in travel to Taiwan.
This year has seen TTA start several new initiatives aimed at driving more tourism to Taiwan: Travellers with a layover of 7 to 24 hours before their connecting flight can register for a free half-day tour in northern Taiwan. Sign up for yours at halfdaytour.taiwan.net.tw. Another innovation exciting visitors to Taiwan is TTA’s “Taiwan the Lucky Land” scheme, which rewards individuals traveling to Taiwan with the chance to win NT$5,000 (approximately CA$215) upon arrival in Taiwan. To learn more, visit 5000.taiwan.net.tw.
For more information, visit eng.taiwan.net.tw or follow #ShowMeTaiwan on social media.