Cruise tourist expected to flourish in Taiwan: Princess Cruises executive

 

Taiwan has great prospective in cruise tourism thanks to growing travel interest in this part of the world, a senior executive from Princess Cruises said Thursday in announcing that Keelung Port in northern Taiwan will function as among the home ports for the cruise liner next year.Trey Hickey, senior vice president of global sales for Princess Cruises, said the marketplace has been proliferating in Taiwan because of its ideal geographic location which makes it easy to travel to other Asian countries.

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KLIA a leading 5 airports in Asia for self-connect travelers

 

Travelers today are more smart, with lots of taking the choice of organizing their own itineraries and deciding to self-connect their air travels. Self-connect travelers are generally those who travel on two separate tickets to obtain to their destination, typically with various carriers, either to save money or for stopovers along the method.Kuala Lumpur's KLIA is ranked amongst the Top 5 Airports in Asia (coming in at the fifth position) for self-connect passengers.

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Taiwan opposition knocks previous leader's travel restriction to Hong Kong

 

Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party knocked the self-ruled island's new federal government as "suppressive" for barring former president Ma Ying-jeou from travelling to Chinese-controlled Hong Kong on http://www.365travel.asia/ the grounds of national security.Ma's China-friendly Nationalists lost landslide elections in January to President Tsai Ing-wen and her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which has actually typically leant towards independence from China.

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Some comments on Taiwan social networks at the time questioned whether a precedent was being set of Taiwanese abroad being "eliminated" by China, drawing a parallel with the case of five booksellers in Hong Kong who briefly went missing out on in strange scenarios.

Travel in Asia

Some comments on Taiwan social networks at the time questioned whether a precedent was being set of Taiwanese abroad being "eliminated" by China, drawing a parallel with the case of five booksellers in Hong Kong who briefly went missing out on in strange scenarios.

Travel in Asia

Some comments on Taiwan social networks at the time questioned whether a precedent was being set of Taiwanese abroad being "eliminated" by China, drawing a parallel with the case of five booksellers in Hong Kong who briefly went missing out on in strange scenarios.

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