The Opening of the Taiwan Tourism Information Center in Jakarta Ready to Help Indonesian Tourists Visit Taiwan

Today the Taiwan Tourism Bureau together with the Taiwan Visitors Association and Ambassador John Chen, representative to the Taipei Economic and Trade Office (TETO), inaugurated the new Taiwan Tourism Information Center in Jakarta. The Center is located at the Intiland Tower building, 1st Fl, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 32, Jakarta Pusat.

The new Taiwan Tourism Information Center offers Indonesian tourists easy and comprehensive access to information about Taiwan, including recommended tourist attractions, halal restaurants, exciting shopping places, and instagrammable places suitable for young travelers.

The Director of International Affairs for the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Mr. Ease Huang, said, “The inauguration of the Taiwan Tourism Information Center in Jakarta shows the Taiwan government’s dedication to welcoming Indonesian tourists. In addition to strengthening tourist exchanges and tourism development between the two countries, this Information Center also aims to strengthen the already close relations between Taiwan and Indonesia.”

The Director of the Taiwan Visitors Association, Ms. Fanny Low, said that their office is ready to help Travel Agents in designing unique and interesting tour packages. With Airlines, the office will offer a co-promotion tour package to Taiwan. In terms of the Media, the office will arrange various programs that are guaranteed to be very exciting and fun. Although based in Jakarta, the team is ready to work with various cities throughout Indonesia.

Taiwan is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, and based on Globe Spots, Taiwan is one of the top 10 countries that must be visited in 2019. In line with the theme of "Time for Taiwan," the country offers beautiful scenery, friendly people, very delicious food, exciting shopping, and various activities with which to enjoy a memorable holiday.

In addition, Taiwan is also proud of its advanced technology industries, such as in the electronics, computer and communications sectors, and an excellent fast train transportation network that connects cities such as Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung. These aspects provide special points of interest for both leisure tourists and MICE visitors.

In regard to Muslim tourists, in 2019 MasterCard designated Taiwan as the third most favorite Muslim-friendly tourist destination among non-Islamic countries. Taiwan has nearly 200 restaurants and hotels with halal certifications as being Muslim/Muslim friendly, which is a very welcoming attraction for Indonesia’s Muslim tourists.

In addition, in order to facilitate the visa process for Indonesian tourists the Taiwan Government provides visa exemptions for those who meet certain requirements. You can easily get all of this information from the new Information Center that was opened today. Please contact us for full details.