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The Best Way to Vacation in Taiwan

THE BEST WAY TO VACATION IN TAIWAN Looking to Travel to one of the most exotic islands in the South Pacific? We've teamed up with the Taiwan Tourism board to bring you facts about this jewel of the East China Sea and let you know some of the best ways in which you can spend your vacation time there. TRANSPORTATION The best way to get to Taiwan is by plane, and one of the premiere airlines that flies to Taiwan is China Airways. According to CheapOair Ticket prices also went down 18.53% 10.35% more people booked flights to Taipei, Taiwan's Capital, in 2013 since 2012, which makes purchasing a ticket very appealing. than in 2012. LODGING Naruwan Hotel Silks Place Taroko The Naruwan hotel is steeped in elements of Taiwan aboriginal culture. From its Design elements to its staff, it embodies the friendly and welcoming atmosphere of original Taiwan inhabitants. Nestled in the mountainside Silks Place Taroko is the only 5-star hotel located in the Taroko National Park. It is designed with a Modern Chinese style, and manages to combine "elegant and sophisticated resort life style" with exclusive services. Fleur De Chine Fleur de Chine Hotel is located near the Sun Moon Lake, giving the hotel some great views of the tranquil surroundings. With a distinctive style in its building structure, this hotels atmosphere integrates nature and simplicity seamlessly. ACTIVITIES * THE SHILIN NIGHT MARKET in Taipei is considered the largest and most well-known night market in Taipei. The food court holds The second floor of the market 539 stalls serves as a parking lot for 400 cars * TAIPEI 101 What was once the worlds tallest building now houses an infinite array of high end stores like Gucci and Prada and provides low cost foods like McDonalds and KFC. • This tower has the World's fastest elevators double decker). 39 miles per hour They can go as fast as • The indoor observation deck is on the 89th floor which is 1,253 feet high. VISITING TAIWAN 7,311,470 The average length of stay for inbound visitors in 2012 was *6.87 nights inbound visitors in 2012. The amount of decrease from the previous year was 0.18 nights Annual rate of growth was 20.11% The average daily expenditures per visitor in 2012 was $234 95% overall satisfaction of inbound visitors as a percentage of the total in 2012. This is an increase of There was a decrease of 2% 9.12% from the previous year. from the previous year. The total annual amount in visitor expenditures in tourism in 2012 was 95% of inbound visitors had revisited Taiwan in the past 3 years $118 million This is a decrease of Annual rate of growth was 4% 6.63% from the previous year. 40% of travelers enjoyed the sightseeing for the Coastal geological scenery, wetland ecology, ruraly scenery, rivers, lakes and waterfalls in Taiwan. of travelers enjoyed testing the 37% 1ocal delicacies. of travelers enjoyed the shopping. 34% TRANSPORTATION IN TAIWAN BULLET TRAIN 186 mph trains link Taipei and Kaohsiung every 15 minutes throughout the day, and at peak times more frequently than that. 1 hour 40 minutes is the travel time on the limited-stop trains, 1 hour 55 minutes on other services. There are 3 classes on board the train: Unreserved Economy Reserved Seat Economy 1,490 Taiwan dollars Business Class 1,950 Taiwan dollars RESOURCES http://www.cntraveler.com htp://www.thsrc.com.tw http://www.tripadvisor.com http://www.taipei-101.info http://eng.taiwan.net.tw/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shilin_Night_Market http://en.fleurdechinehotel.com/?Psn=5820 http://www.naruwan-hotel.com.tw/ http://www.silksplace-taroko.com.tw/ http://www.cheapoair.com http://admin.taiwan.net.tw/statistics/release_en.aspx?no=7 Money designed by Atelier Iceberg from The Noun Project Thumbs Up designed by Nick Holroyd from The Noun Project http://www.seat61.com/Taiwan.htm#Train travel Tea designed by Sam Marshall from The Noun Project Train designed by kesaryvamshi from The Noun Project Speedometer designed by Brian Kyle Bylsma from The Noun Project http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g293913-d552573-Reviews-Taipei_101-Taipei.html cheapdlair

The Best Way to Vacation in Taiwan

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A Break down of travel to the exotic and exciting destination - Taiwan

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