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Bade Bald Cypress Forest, Taoyuan (八德落羽松森林) 

Bade Bald Cypress Forest (八德落羽松森林) for HD 4K version, click here: https://bit.ly/2Mpu4pp Address: No. 1, Neighborhood 16, Fujian, Sioli Village, Bade Dist., Taoyuan City Taiwan, R.O.C Map: https://bit.ly/2ZhEwl3 Opening Hours: Please refer to the landlord’s announcement. Free admission Bade Bald Cypress Forest is located in Fujian, Sioli Village, Bade Dist., Taoyuan. This is a private-owned area, but the owner is kind enough to share it for public access. Be a responsible tourist. Don’t leave your trash in there. The best time to visit is during autumn. This is the moment where the leaves turn from orange-yellow to bright red. Thousands of visitors flock in to witness this poetic landscape that looks like an Impressionist’s painting. Bald Cypress can grow for as tall as 50 meters, and is often used for landscaping or for building materials. Unlike the general coniferous trees, the leaves of the bald cypress turn from green to red as winter…

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…

Mga Tips Kung Paano Sumagot ng Tama sa Immigration Officer

“Kinakabahan ka na ba sa interview mo with the Immigration Officer? Natatakot ka na baka mag power trip sila sa ‘yo? Na baka ma offload ka sa di maipaliwanag na dahilan? Huuuuuuuy, ramdam  kita! Hindi ka nag-iisa. Here are the TIPS that may actually help you pass the nerve-wrecking interview at the Immigration: ‼1. COMPLETE ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WHEN TRAVELLING ABROAD AND BACK IT UP WITH SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS. ✅ ?Initially,all you have to present is your: ✅PASSPORT (Should be valid. Passports with less than 6 months before the expiration should be renewed before the desired flight). ✅RETURN TICKET (valid plane ticket papunta at pauwi) ✅and VISA (if travelling to countries that require visa). ?On top of these, the Immigration Officer may ask for additional documents such as: ✅TRAVEL ITINERARY ✅CONFIRMED HOTEL BOOKINGS ✅COE (Certificate of Employment) ✅Company ID, and ✅approved LOA (leave of absence) – that would serve as…

Visa-Free Program EXTENDED for Filipino Tourists! (Taiwan-bound)

Visa-Free Program officially extended until July 31, 2019! Good news!   Para sa mga Pilipinong nagnanais makapunta ng Taiwan as tourists.   Officially extended!   Ayon sa report, extended ng isang taon ang visa-free program ng Taiwan para sa mga Filipinos. Nagkaroon diumano ng magandang record ang mga bumisitang Pinoy sa Taiwan nitong mga nagdaang buwan. Mahigit sa doble ang bilang ng mga turistang Pinoy ang bumisita sa Taiwan, simula noong ipinatupad ang visa-free program. Mula sa 172,475 ay naging 290,784 ang naging kabuuang bilang nila. Nagkaroon diumano ng positive impact ang program na ito, lalong-lalo na sa  mga businesses sa Taiwan. Ang isang Pinoy tourist ay pinapayagang mag-stay ng  hanggang 14 days.   Kabilang sa mga bansa na hindi kailangan ang visa ay ang Brunei, Thailand, Singapore, at New Zealand. Read: Visa Free program is extended until July 2020! Read: Tips para sa mga OFWs na biyaheng Taiwan. Tips: credits…

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