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Time to green-light all those Taipei plans you put on hold.
On July 2, 2019, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines released a statement extending the visa-free treatment it has afforded Filipino travelers who are visiting for either business or pleasure.“The visa-free privilege for the nationals of the Philippines will continue for
There's a lot to eat, see, and experience at this neighboring East Asian country.
Dreaming up a to-do list for the coming long weekend? We suggest booking a quick trip to Taiwan! Here, 11 new ways to make the most of its current visa-free state.A post shared by ????? (@man_manomozzarella_bar) on Jun 22, 2018 at 8:33am
I am not a practical dresser. Functional is not my middle name. I wear disco-sequined shorts to work and black turtleneck sweaters in the summer. I do my grocery shopping in sparkly pink stiletto slingback pumps. And in the latest installment of
Explore the city!
You've only got 24 hours to spare, and you find yourself in Taiwan. In which case, tour with co-founder and Managing Partner of The Moment Group, Eli Antonino, who gives you the lowdown on some of her favorite spots. Eli led the Din
Skip the usual routes and delve into its best-kept secrets.
Chal Chang Lontoc-del Rosario knows Taipei like her own backyard. Besides being half-Taiwanese, her travel agency, Jeron Travel, specializes in tours of the city that skip the usual routes and delve into its best-kept secrets.How to Get There: China Airlines flies directly
Make sure your weekend getaway is worth it.
What better time to book a trip to Taipei than now that us Pinoys have been granted visa-free entry? Here’s a weekend itinerary that makes the most of what the city (and its neighboring towns) has to offer—food, culture, shopping, skincare, coffee,
See the real-life version of Ying De University.
Who doesn't know Meteor Garden? Die-hard fan or not, you may have heard of this Taiwanese drama when it first aired in the Philippines in 2003, and then again in 2014. (That's how much of a hit it was!) It remains a
Taiwan has so much more to offer!
We don’t know if you’ve heard already, but Philippine passport holders can now apply for a visa-free entry in Taiwan provided that they’ve been previously issued a visa from Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, the U.S., the U.K., or any of
BRB. Packing for Taiwan!
Anybody who's ever had to apply for a visa knows just how much of a pain it can be, so we're ecstatic to share that you can now visit Taiwan without one—but there's a catch! The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines posted that
See more than just Taipei's Shilin Night Market.
Taiwan has got to be one of the most underrated countries in Southeast Asia! And even when people decide to make the trip, they usually go to Taipei 101 or Shilin Night Market, which are solid choices, but not that creative. Explore these places
Plus, a rundown of what you’ll find in each!
In a city known for its street food and shopping, what else is there to do? Other than eat (obviously!), you definitely have to sate your appetite for creativity. There’s no better way to get to know a foreign culture than to
It's always best to avoid travel mishaps.
Traveling to a foreign country is as tricky as it is fulfilling—you never know what’s waiting for you, but still you crave the mystery it entails. Normally, the common factors to be considered include language barrier, transportation system, and the different culture