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ACDT Leads Asian/Pacific Island Chain Development for Cruise Tourism

Taiwan is conveniently located between Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia, providing excellent itinerary options for cruises. The island offers cruise guests the opportunity to explore the natural environment, cultural history and other popular tourist attractions as sightseeing and transportation businesses have boomed in recent years, attracting many ships to the region. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Taiwan Developing More Cruise Options

Taiwan has its eyes on the future, racing to add more port space as it expects bigger ships in Asia in the near future. Keelung’s passenger terminal will see its renovation program complete by the end of 2018, while dredging will also be done to accommodate larger ships. Keelung is Taiwan’s leading port. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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A Cruise Ship Passenger Guide to Anping, Taiwan

After a 9-year break, the Tainan City Government announced earlier this week that cruise ships are once again going to be docking in the historic Port of Anping this year. Two large cruise liners are scheduled to arrive in March and May this year and the local government hopes that this will be the start of a new influx of cruise ship tourism into one of Taiwan’s oldest districts. (taiwannews.com.tw)

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Taiwan sees strong growth in cruise tourism

Taipei - Taiwan: the National Palace MuseumThe number of cruise ships and cruise ship passengers visiting Taiwan in the first seven months of 2017 has shown strong year-on-year growth, transport officials said Friday, adding that the market prospects look good because more cruise liners have been including Taiwanese ports in their home-port operations. (focustaiwan.tw)

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Taiwan tapping booming cruise tourism

Eying bright prospects for the cruise business in Taiwan, with growing interest in Asia in the travel model, the central government is striving to provide tailored services for cruise passengers visiting ports in Taiwan, Deputy Transportation Minister Wang Kwo-tsai (王國材) said Tuesday. (focustaiwan.tw)

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Taiwan promoting luxury cruise liner travel

The Taiwan International Ports Corp. (TIPC), a state-run company that is tasked with handling port business, is hoping that Keelung and Kaohsiung can serve as home ports for foreign luxury cruise liners, TIPC President Lee Tai-hsin (李泰興) said Monday. (focustaiwan.tw)

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