Tag Archives: Tourism

【Taiwan】Which credit card is the most popular in Taiwan?

Hi, everyone! I’m Channing, a correspondent in Taiwan.

Do you know which country is the most popular for sightseeing among Taiwanese? It’s Japan. I think you want to know why Japan is popular. Taiwanese visit Japan to go shopping, especially apparel and Pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and consumer electronics. They usually pay in cash, but sometimes they pay with their credit cards when they buy expensive products. That’s why a Japanese company focused on the way of paying, and it promotes credit card using campaigns.

This time, I’d like to introduce how the Japanese company promotes its credit card in Taiwan!

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【Indonesia】The rank of popular cities in Japan in 2017 shows opportunities to visit Japan!

Selamat sore! I’m a correspondent of ASIACLICK in Indonesia, Luki.

“Japan Travel Fair” was held by JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organization) in Indonesia at the beginning of March. Then, it announced popular city in Japan from its sales result.

Reference: http://www.jakartashimbun.com/free/detail/34100.html

This time I’d like to introduce its rank and why cities are popular and departure months.

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What are the differences between big cities like Tokyo and Osaka, versus rural areas (to a HK-er)?

Hello, I am Shiori, the correspondent of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong people love travelling to Japan during all seasons. Most of them travel to Japan several times once year but they are mainly going to the big cities like Tokyo and Osaka. In this article, I will talk about the differences between big cities and rural areas to Hong Kong people.

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The Resilience of Tourism Industry in Thailand After The Terrorist Attack

The tourism industry in Thailand accounts for approximately 10% of its GDP, and thus quite important for Thailand. In spite of the recent tension caused by domestic political issues, the tourism industry had been stable. For instance, after the political turmoil of last year, the industry saw a decrease by about 6%, 2.8 million tourists visited Thailand again only during January 2015. Hence it is predicted that the sightseeing industry has been affected by the terrorist attack, but will not last long.

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