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On July 1st, the director of Taiwan's "Tourism Bureau", XXX, revealed in Taipei that in the first half of this year, more than 500000 individual tourists from mainland China visited Taiwan, close to last year's 520000, and are expected to exceed 1 million for the entire year.
Starting from mid April, Taiwan's entry and exit management department has raised the quota for individual mainland tourists to visit Taiwan from 3000 to 4000 per day. Xie Jiejun said at the "Shanghai Promotion of Deep Tour of Taiwan Tribes" meeting that day, he believes that as more mainland tourists deeply explore Taiwan, tribal tourism will definitely become the best choice for individual mainland tourists.
The visiting delegation of the Shanghai Tourism Industry Association shared the feelings of their 7-day trip to Taiwan's ethnic minority tribes at the meeting and announced that they will work together to promote mainland tourists to visit Taiwan's ethnic minority tribal areas for "deep tourism".
The head of the visiting delegation and the director of the Tourism Market Management Department of the Shanghai Tourism Bureau, XX, introduced that starting from June 26th, 16 Shanghai tourism operators, including Shanghai China Travel Service, Taiwan Strait International Travel Service, Shanghai Youth Travel Service, and Shanghai Airlines International Travel Service, visited the mountains and waters on the east coast of Taiwan, focusing on visiting tribal attractions in Yilan, Hualien, and Taidong, including tribes such as Shuilian, Sanzhan, Qimei, Jingpu, Bixilian, Duli, and Bulao.
Kao Chin Su-mei, the Legislator of Taiwan's ethnic minorities, said that without visiting the tribes, one cannot really travel around Taiwan. He hoped that more mainland tourists would come to the tribal areas to feel different about Taiwan. Many tribal representatives expressed that tribes are small and beautiful, so more exquisite, deep, and high-end tourists are needed to truly appreciate the beauty of tribes.
Several Shanghai tourism industry participants at the meeting stated that although the trip was short, they had already felt the warmth and sincerity of Taiwan's ethnic minorities and the exquisite and thoughtful service. They will develop corresponding tourism products as soon as possible, organize mainland tourists to enter the tribal "homeland" and experience the good mountains and waters.