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Taiwan Expects Mainland Tourist Flood for Chinese New Year

Ming Pao Daily, Posted: Jan 16, 2009


HONG KONG Taiwan is expecting more than 10,000 mainland tourists to arrive
during the nine days of the Chinese new year period from Jan. 24 to Feb. 1.The Ming Pao Daily reports that hotel prices in Taiwan have gone up from 30
percent to triple the average price. Currently, all hotels are all fully booked and wont take any more reservations. Sezhen Lai, Taiwan Tourism Bureau Chief said each mainland tourist is going to spend $6,560 US on average, according statistics based on previous mainland tourist spending.

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