Miss Taiwan’s street food, historic temples, futuristic cities, and scenic mountain landscapes? Then you must plan a visit to the 6th Taiwan One More Time travel fair at Silom Complex in Bangkok and seize a hot deal to rediscover Taiwan’s fascinating culture and captivating nature once more.
Organized by the Taiwan Tourism Bureau in Thailand, this promising Taiwan travel fair returns for its 6th edition, spotlighting the theme “Eat, Shop, Travel Taiwan – All in One.” Taking place over four days, from October 19 to 22, the event aims to provide comprehensive information about traveling to Taiwan, all conveniently located in one place. The fair also offers a range of travel packages with special deals from leading airlines, direct sales of popular Taiwanese souvenirs, and various informational activities.
The “Taiwan One More Time 6th Edition” event is a highly popular Taiwan tourism event, now in its 6th consecutive year, aimed at promoting cultural exchange between Taiwan and both Thai and international tourists. This year’s event is particularly exciting as it involves collaborations with top hotels, airlines, and leading stores to offer exclusive travel packages tailored for Taiwan enthusiasts.
Within the event, booths are set up to offer special travel packages to Taiwan, featuring renowned hotels and airlines such as China Airlines, EVA AIR, Starlux Airlines, and Vietjet Air. These packages introduce travellers to new and unique destinations in Taiwan, unlike any other.
For instance, you can experience a check-in at the iconic “Taipei 101” skyscraper, ranking among the top 10 tallest buildings globally, situated in Taiwan’s capital city, Taipei. Additionally, immerse yourself in the world of art at the “Gaomei Wetland” in Taichung, a city known for its vibrant art scene and expansive landscapes, allowing you to relish the pristine natural air.
Furthermore, explore the stunning landscapes of the “Alisan National Scenic Area” in Chiayi or embark on a romantic journey on the “Alisan Forest Railway,” enjoying the beauty of cherry blossoms in full bloom along the scenic route. To conclude your trip, visit the “Hinoki Village,” where you can shop and even try on traditional Japanese yukata in a village that once housed Japanese residents during Taiwan’s colonial era.
The Taiwan travel fair also offers a delightful shopping experience with a variety of popular Taiwanese souvenirs available for purchase. These souvenirs include Taiwanese pineapple cakes with a soft and flavourful filling, provided by the renowned brand “Sugar & Spice,” a favourite among Taiwanese locals. You can also find Taiwan-style pineapple upside-down cakes and a wide selection of famous Taiwanese food products.
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Additionally, the event features informative sessions to help you prepare for your trip to Taiwan, hosted by Taiwanese bloggers residing in Thailand. Moreover, there are daily workshops where you can learn how to make bubble milk tea from GW Tea House, providing an immersive and educational experience for visitors.
The “Eat, Shop, and Travel Taiwan All in One” event is scheduled to take place from October 19 to 22 between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the Event Halls on Level G, Silom Complex, located adjacent to the Sala Daeng BTS Station.
For more information, visit Facebook: @Taiwan One More Time.