Taiwan's passport ranks 32nd on a list of the world's most powerful passports, offering visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 146 destinations, according to a global passport power survey issued Tuesday.
Starting December, individual travelers from Taiwan visiting Thailand will be required to provide financial details in order to obtain a visitor's visa to the country, local-based travel agencies said Friday.
MOFA announces one-year extension of trial visa-free entry from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020 for nationals from Thailand, the Philippines and Brunei.
Taiwan and Italy formally announced mutual access on automated immigration clearance Thursday, making Taiwan the eighth non-European Union country granted the privilege by Italy.
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued a travel warning to its citizens Friday over a measles outbreak in New Zealand, urging those wishing to visit the country to exercise caution, especially those with children who are not vaccinated or who are under 1 year of age.
Taiwan will begin prohibiting travelers from bringing in any meat products from flights originating in the Philippines. That was the word from the Central Emergency Operation Center for African Swine Fever. The center said Philippine authorities confirmed cases of African swine fever on Monday.
Taipei, Sept. 5 (CNA) All hand luggage brought into Taiwan by passengers from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei will be subject to customs checks starting Sept. 6 as part of the government's efforts to prevent African swine fever (ASF), which has spread across Asia, from reaching Taiwan.
Taiwan’s African swine flu border inspections have been expanded to include X-rays of hand luggage for visitors from Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, according to the Cabinet-level Council of Agriculture.
Taipei, Sept. 1 (CNA) Migrant workers in Taiwan who want to leave the country for a short period before returning can now apply online for a re-entry permit, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) said Sunday.
Taipei, Aug. 31 (CNA) Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced Saturday that a review of visa-free treatment for tourists from Thailand, Brunei, the Philippines and Russia will be extended from the current annual basis to every three years from August 2020.