Taiwan Tourism Bureau opens new office in Auckland

Taiwan Tourism Bureau opens new office in Auckland

The Taiwan Tourism Bureau opened a new office in Auckland on June 17. Trust Lin, the director of the Auckland office, said that Taiwan will provide a better service to New Zealand with a new tourism platform, which will help create a win-win effect for the tourism industry in Taiwan and New Zealand.

Director Lin also announced that the 2019-2020 "Take me to Taiwan" marketing campaign started. Taiwan will invite four New Zealand celebrities to introduce Taiwan's food, culture, cycling and mountain-climbing themes. There will be quite a lot of advertisements in the future, creating a new wave of tourism to Taiwan.

From January to April this year, the number of tourists from New Zealand to Taiwan grew by as much as 25 percent, with a 48% increase in April. This set a new record high.

Jeff Liu , the Director General of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Auckland, delivered a speech explaining the importance of bilateral economic, trade, cultural and educational links. He believed that the establishment of the office would enhance the links and exchanges of tourism.

Address of the new office : Level 4, 154 Queen street, Auckland CBD