Travel and Tourism - Taiwan - November 2018
“In 2017, North East Asia recorded 150.5 million international visitors – up from 127 million in 2013. A number of factors account for this marked increase in the number of tourists – strong interregional travel due to better air connectivity, vibrant economies and the emergence of a middle class from source markets in South East Asia, such as Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Taiwan’s tourism industry has been the beneficiary of all these trends.”
– Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
What is the strategy behind the New Southbound Policy Initiative?
Why is the inbound market from China in decline?
What is the Hakka Romantic Avenue?
Is there a reason Taiwan needs more high-end hotels?
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