Pasyalan sa Taiwan

Baishawan Beach 白沙灣 Báishā wān

Baishawan Beach 白沙灣 Báishā wān Baishawan Beach. Ang Baishawan beach ay matatagpuan sa hilaga ng Taipei City, at halos kalapit lang ng Tamsui (淡水, Danshui). Mapapansin sa video na nasa bandang ibaba, na ang kulay ng buhangin ay dark brown. Sanhi ito ng kakatapos lang na ulan sa lugar. Ang tunay na kulay nito ay maihahalintulad sa tinatawag na dirty white. Pinong-pino ang buhangin dito. Kilala ang beach na ito sa larangan ng surfing dahil sa mga hindi pangkaraniwang alon nito at malakas na hangin, na kagaya ng nasa Qiding Beach sa Zhunan. Mapapansin sa video ang mga lubid na nasa dagat. Ito ang mga nagsisilbing indicators  na ang mga naliligo ay nasa safe zone. Mayroon ding mga nakatalagang lifeguards na patuloy na naka-antabay, kung sakaling may magaganap na mga pangyayaring hindi inaasahan, kagaya ng pagkalunod. Napansin kong alerto sila, dahil agad nilang pinupuna(pagsipol gamit ang pito)ang mga lumalampas sa…

Visa Free Entry for Filipino Tourists (Taiwan-Bound)

Visa-Free Entry Finally Approved! The long wait is over for the visa-free program that is intended for Filipinos who want to visit Taiwan. Taiwan on Tuesday announced an extension of visa-free treatment for citizens of the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, and Russia for another year after seeing significant growth in tourist numbers from these countries thanks to the program. According to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) press release, the visa free program is expected to end this coming July 2019. An agreement was reached to extend the program for another year, after a  cross-ministerial meeting (on May 24, 2019) attended by representatives of government units in charge of national security, the police, the investigation bureau, immigration, tourism, and the economy. In relevance to the past visa-free program, the government saw a significant increase of tourists that visited Taiwan which allows them to stay in the country for up to…

Bagong Pasyalan sa Taichung Taiwan, Bubuksan

‘Qingshui Ghost Cave’ Ito ang tawag sa bagong tourist spot na bubuksan sa publiko ngayong Abril.  Ang 420-meter long tunnel na ginawa during Japanese invasion sa Taiwan ay siniguro ng mga autoridad na safe para sa mga turista. Ang “Qingshui Ghost Cave” 清水鬼洞 (translated as clear water ghost hole) ay matatagpuan sa Taichung. Natapos ang restoration nito noong March 4 at bubuksan ngayong Abril ng taong kasalukuyan. Read: Visa-free program for Filipinos who want to visit Taiwan Read: 24 Taiwan Companies ang nais bumalik ng Taiwan upang mag-invest Ang tunnel na ito ay ginawa noon pang 1943 at gawa sa bakal, semento at mga bato. Malamig sa loob nito tuwing summer at mainit-init during winter. Sa pagdaan ng panahon ay may mga military facilities na-preserve sa loob mismo ng tunnel na ito, kagaya ng mga bedrooms, storerooms, lookouts, kitchens, water troughs, toilets, gun towers, and sniper areas. Opening Hours:…

Tourist Attractions in Yingge 鶯歌 District, New Taipei City, Taiwan

It’s been a few months since I arrived at this district in New Taipei. This place is recognized in Taiwan as its Ceramic capital. Here’s a list of some of the popular Tourist Attractions in Yingge 鶯歌 District that I have explored so far… The Origin of Yingge’s Name Did you know that this district got its name from a rock? According to a legend, Koxinga the Chinese general of the Ming Dynasty shot down a giant bird thus turning it into the stone that stands today. You can watch about the Yingge 鶯歌  Rock here: If you’re fond of hiking, then try discovering the trails that this place has to offer. Read: Bagong Pasyalan sa Taichung Taiwan, Bubuksan List of other Tourist Attractions in Yingge 鶯歌 >Yingge Old Street (鶯歌陶瓷老街) High-quality ceramics can be found in here. This old street is always packed during weekends and during holidays too.…

NT$300,000 Multa sa mga Mahuhuling Magpupuslit ng Meat Products Papasok ng Taiwan

NT$300,000 (update: up to 1 million NT$) Ito ang nais isulong na karampatang multa sa Legislative Yuan ng Taiwan. Sa kasalukyan ay NT$3,000 – NT$15,000 ang nararapat na multa para sa mga nag-aattempt na mag-puslit ng meat products sa mga airports/seaports ng Taiwan. A draft amendment to Article 45-1 in the Statute for Prevention and Control of Infectious Animal Disease, which aims to raise the maximum fine to NT$300,000 for illegally bringing meat products into Taiwan, has already been sent to the Executive Yuan on Oct. 22, Peng said. -source Kamakailan ay may nasabat na 73 cases of attempted smuggling of meat products papasok ng Taiwan ayon sa Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine (BAPHIQ). Kabilang dito ang mga bansang naapektuhan ng tinatawag na African swine fever  or hoof-and-mouth disease. According to BAPHIQ statistics, the 73 cases of fined meat items discovered from Oct. 18-28, included cured meats, beef, sausages…

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