Is Taiwan ready to handle thousands of tourists from the mainland?
According to China Daily, Individual travel to Taiwan to be allowed in June. Tourists from selected cities of the Chinese mainland will be able to travel across the Taiwan Straits as individual tourists by the end of June, said a senior mainland negotiator here on Wednesday. The policy to let in individual tourists is expected to attract more high-end tourists, benefit small local businesses and tourist sites.
Does Taiwan have enough hotel and tourist bureaus to handle the influx of thousands of filthy rich tourists from the Mainland? Will these individual tourists find enough to do now that they won’t be shepherded around by watchdog tour guides from the Mainland?
Players Club Tours answers:
Only high-end tourists from mainland are allowed. This means laborers from China disguising themselves as tourists to sneak into Taiwan is not allowed. Only a selected few from China who have good business ethics and doesn’t have pirating factories are allowed into Taiwan as individual tourists. Taiwan has many first-class hotels serving high-ranking officials and rich businessmen around the world for half century now. Taiwan is included in the Four Tigers of Asia, but China is not.
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