Tour East Taiwan
With a professional multi-lingual team exceeding 160 employees Tour East Taiwan can always deliver to expectations. Increasingly this island destination appeals to seasoned travelers seeking cultural and natural experiences. The team excels at delivering unique and personalized travel programs embracing all the destination has to offer with a special emphasis on cultural, food and adventure arrangements.
Bank Name: Mizuho Bank, Ltd. – Taipei Branch
Address: 8F, No.68, Sec. 5, Zhongxiao E. Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei City 11065, Taiwan (R.O.C.) (Cathay Landmark)
Account Number : 001-001-0150999-6 (USD)
Swift Code: MHCBTWTP
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JUN - Taipei Dragon Boat Festival
Taipei Dragon Boat Festival integrates Taipei’s city image, waterfront development, and various traditional dragon boat festival activities. In addition to the largest scale dragon boat competition in Asia, there are also a variety of peripheral activities, including dragon boat training and dragon boat eye painting. To create an exciting atmosphere, elite teams from each city will be invited to participate in the race, increasing the intensity and diversity of the event. Other traditional activities, such as an egg-balancing contest and rice dumplings making will also be organized. This will help contribute towards a positive atmosphere around the Dragon Boat Festival.
SEP - Sun Moon Lake Swimming Carnival
Every September, swimming enthusiasts from home and abroad gather at Sun Moon Lake for the annual Cross-Lake Swim Meet. Begun in 1983, this is the area’s oldest continuous event. Every year, this increasingly popular event draws over 10,000 people to the lake to swim across together.
SEP - Mid-Autum Lantern Festival
The lanterns are lit, hopes slowly rise, and the flames of prayer dance in the air as the lanterns magically transform into wings of hope and desire, turning the night sky of this mountain town into an expanse of unimaginable beauty.
OCT - Double Tenth Day (National Day)
National Day of the Republic of China which is known as the Taiwan National Day or Double Tenth Day is to commemorate the 1911 Wuchang Uprising, a milestone of China’s political development and a new chapter in the history of the Chinese which led to the collapse of the Qing Dynasty. On the 10th of October, each year celebration and official ceremony are held around Taiwan. The major official firework event will only hold by one city, but the other cities will proceed with its own celebration and activities.
DEC - Taipei Christmas Season Light Up
The event this year continues to combine festive elements of Christmas, with a series of promotional events that integrate department stores and their neighboring shopping areas in a quest to boost local business.
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