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Taiwan: The Undiscovered Eco-Tourism Island

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Taiwan. It’s not the first place that comes to mind when you think about eco-tourism, but the Taiwanese government is busy trying to change that perception, especially since they are hosting the 2009 World Games.

Many Silicon Valley high-tech employees have made a quick visit to Taiwan, which is considered one of Asia’s economic tigers thanks to computer chip manufacturing. With six million people living in the metropolitan area of Taipei, it’s crowded, the buses and trains are packed, and 15 million motorcycles and scooters clog the streets. Despite that, Taiwan is an up-and-coming destination for eco-tourists.

If you haven’t been to Taiwan recently, you’re in for a surprise. In the past decade, the government has been working hard to restore this country of nearly 23 million people to its nickname, “Beautiful Island.”

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This article is written by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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