The Taiwan Tourism Bureau London Office welcomed well-known British journalist Janice Turner and editor Ben Preston to visit Taiwan. This travelogue from Taiwan was featured in The Times.
Since Janice Turner started working for The Times in 2003, she has covered British political topics, been recognized with the "Interviewer of the Year," as well as British political issues The writing award "Orwell Prize" and other awards. Turner and the editor were visiting Taiwan for the first time, according to the Taiwan Tourism Bureau London Office.
The National Palace Museum is one of the must-see attractions for foreign tourists to Taiwan.Photo provided by National Palace Museum
The National Human Rights Museum, and other well-known attractions like Taipei 101, the National Palace Museum, Jiufen Old Street, Sun Moon Lake Scenic Area, and Fo Guang Shan Temple, Kaohsiung Love River and other scenic spots to experience the beauty of Taiwanese culture were specifically included in the itinerary for this trip to Taiwan.
Jiufen is also a popular attraction for foreign tourists.Photo provided by Tourism Bureau, MOTC
The local cuisine is something tourists must experience when visiting Taiwan. This includes travelling to the renowned Kavalan whiskey factory in Yilan, tasting steamed buns, and visiting the traditional night market to get snacks and bubble tea. Taiwan has been progressively allowing foreigners to visit since October of last year. Hoping that through The Times, British readers would gain knowledge of Taiwan's history, culture, cuisine, and natural beauty and be given the chance to visit Taiwan as a tourist.
The team visited the National Human Rights Museum to learn about Taiwan's democratic history.Photo provided by National Human Rights Museum