Hac Ve Umre Ziyareti http://hacveumreziyareti.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 10:14:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/hac-ve-umre-ziyareti-icon.png Hac Ve Umre Ziyareti http://hacveumreziyareti.com/ 32 32 Turkish state banks suspend use of Russian payment system https://hacveumreziyareti.com/turkish-state-banks-suspend-use-of-russian-payment-system/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 10:14:47 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/turkish-state-banks-suspend-use-of-russian-payment-system/

Three Turkish state banks halted use of a Russian payment system after Washington pressured Ankara not to act as a middleman for Moscow to evade US sanctions.

Halkbank, VakıfBank and Ziraat Bank suspended payments under the Mir system on Tuesday evening, according to a Bloomberg report confirmed by the Financial Times with a person familiar with the matter.

The decision to stop using the system comes a week after its two other operators in Turkey – private banks İşbank and DenizBank – also announced they were stopping payments through the network, which is a Russian equivalent of Mastercard and Visa.

While Ankara had always insisted that Mir was used by Russian tourists to pay for shopping and hotels, Western officials had expressed concern that it could be used as a potential backdoor for financing. illicit.

US Treasury guidelines warned that banks outside the United States entering into new or expanded agreements with the payment network operator “would risk supporting Russia’s efforts to evade US sanctions”.

The warning came amid growing concern in Washington and Brussels over President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s promises to deepen economic cooperation with Moscow even as he condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Erdoğan previously hailed “serious progress” in expanding the use of Mir cards in Turkey. Two Turkish banks – DenizBank and Halkbank – joined the program after Vladimir Putin ordered the military assault on Ukraine in February.

Turkey, which is the only NATO member state not to have signed Western sanctions against Moscow, has always stressed that its banks will continue to deal with entities or individuals under sanctions.

But growing pressure from Washington — and the risks to Turkish banks deeply integrated into the Western financial system — seemed to prompt a rethink.

The decision by state banks to suspend payments from Mir came on the heels of intense lobbying of the government by senior executives of Turkey’s state lenders, according to a person familiar with their discussions, who feared risking their relationships vital foreign banks.

They have faced resistance from the Tourism Ministry, which is seeking to attract as many foreign visitors as possible to support Turkey’s struggling economy.

Russians were the second largest foreign tourist group in Turkey in the first eight months of the year, with more than 3 million tourists flocking to the country’s cities and beaches. Turkey is one of the few countries in the region to offer direct flights from Russia.

The decision to stop using Mir comes as the summer tourist season draws to a close.

Still, it was not immediately clear how the move would affect Russian holidaymakers and other Russians who fled to Turkey in the wake of the war in Ukraine and Putin’s resulting crackdown on dissent at home.

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Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu top destinations for foreign tourists in 2021: report | Latest India News https://hacveumreziyareti.com/maharashtra-and-tamil-nadu-top-destinations-for-foreign-tourists-in-2021-report-latest-india-news/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 03:53:27 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/maharashtra-and-tamil-nadu-top-destinations-for-foreign-tourists-in-2021-report-latest-india-news/

The Union Ministry of Tourism released a report on Tuesday which revealed that Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu recorded the highest number of foreign tourist visits with 1.26 million and 1.23 million respectively in 2021. The report was released by Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on the occasion of World Tourism Day. at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi.


In the report, the Tamil Nadu Group of Monuments at Mamallapuram was the most popular ticket-protected monument for domestic visitors over the past year. Agra’s Taj Mahal was also among the top ten on the list.

The report also said the number of foreign tourist arrivals in 2021 fell to 1.52 million – down nearly 44% from 2020 – citing Covid-19 related restrictions.

“Due to COVID-19 related restrictions, the number of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTA) in India in 2021 fell to 1.52 million from 2.74 million in 2020, registering a negative growth of 44.5% “, says the report.

India ranked 54th in the Global Travel and Tourism Development Index (TTDI) in 2021. During the event, Dhankar also presented the National Tourism Awards 2018-19. The annual ceremony had been suspended due to the Covid-19 epidemic.


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In his address, the Vice President spoke of the challenges for the tourism industry that have emerged due to Covid-19 and said the past two years have been “very difficult”. But, in retrospect, one can say that India knows the way, and that the country has “came out of the difficult period”, he said.

The India Tourism Statistics 2022 report also states that Non-Resident Indian (NRI) arrivals increased by 52.6% from 2020 to 2021. The United States, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, Canada and the Nepal were among the top sources of FTAs ​​which accounted for about 80.9% of total foreign tourist arrivals, according to the report.


In the domestic tourism chart, 677.63 million tourist visits were recorded in 2021, with Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh being the two top destinations. With a contribution of around 5% to GDP, the sector has created around 79.86 million jobs (direct and indirect) in the country, the report adds.

(With PTI entries)

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Flights to the United Arab Emirates: Top 5 summer holiday destinations revealed this year – News https://hacveumreziyareti.com/flights-to-the-united-arab-emirates-top-5-summer-holiday-destinations-revealed-this-year-news/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 07:59:48 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/flights-to-the-united-arab-emirates-top-5-summer-holiday-destinations-revealed-this-year-news/

Several destinations have now opened up to tourism, with experts saying pent-up demand is pushing travelers to explore more of the world



Aerial view of Mauritius including Le Morne Brabant mountain. Photos courtesy of dnata Travel

Published: Mon Sep 26, 2022 11:59 AM

With summer vacations definitely behind us, dnata Travel has declared the top five vacation destinations for summer 2022.

In order of popularity, the top five are: Turkey, Thailand, Mauritius, Maldives and Switzerland.

Thailand recorded the strongest growth as a destination based on the number of holiday bookings between June and September 2022, compared to the same period last year.

Turkey – which was also in the travel agency’s top three summer travel destinations in 2021 – was the most popular destination overall for a summer holiday from the United Arab Emirates this year. In Turkey, the major city of Istanbul, alongside Bodrum and Antalya on the Turkish Riviera, were the top three destinations for travelers from the United Arab Emirates.

Krabi, Thailand

Krabi, Thailand

Meerah Ketait, Head of UAE Retail and Leisure at dnata Travel, said: “International travel has rebounded strongly over the summer. Last year, the Maldives, Turkey and Switzerland accounted for over 40% of our total bookings from June to September 2021, while over the same period in 2022 over 25 destinations accounted for 40% of our bookings global.

Many more destinations have opened up to tourism, and pent-up demand is pushing travelers to explore more of the world, including lesser-known places and varied locations in popular hotspots. »

She added: “Thailand is our main growth destination as bookings have increased significantly following the country’s full reopening to tourism, and demand has been driven by an increase in flight availability and the incredible value- country price.

Turkey, the top choice for summer holidays in 2022, also offers great value and major investment in tourism, with new attractions, world-class dining and accommodation options in Istanbul and the Riviera. Turkey, resulting in continued frequentation of the United Arab Emirates.”

The Turkish Riviera

The Turkish Riviera

The agency’s experts constantly monitor travel trends, and the forecast is that Asia will continue to be popular with growth in bookings and online searches for travel.

Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia are also showing signs of strong demand. As the festive season approaches, searches for trips to Europe’s party market hotspots are already surging, especially in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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Not just Japan! Three Stellar Asian Destinations Open https://hacveumreziyareti.com/not-just-japan-three-stellar-asian-destinations-open/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 08:27:19 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/not-just-japan-three-stellar-asian-destinations-open/

After two years of speculation, a few false starts and countless canceled speculative trips, Japan is reopening. This time, for real. Visitors from visa-exempt countries will be able to enter hassle-free, and the days of booking a ticket and taking off are pretty much back.

That’s the headline, but there’s more.

Almost in sync, two other major destinations in the region have followed suit, with plans to drop quarantine or open up completely. Taiwan reopens, and Hong Kong will finally deviate from the mad China’s bureaucratic policies.

Asia heading for full reopening

You just can’t say Asia has fully reopened until China welcomes visitors or ends its zero-tolerance health strategy, but still – virtually all of the rest of Asia did it.

With news that Taiwan will open almost fully from October 13 and Japan will open unrestricted travel from October 11, there is new excitement in the region. Other flights are expected to resume on major carriers, including EVA, China Airlines (a Taipei-based airline), ANA and Japan Airlines.

More tourist destinations in Asia, including Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, opened several months ago, but this latest resistance has remained a mystery. Here’s what will change in the coming weeks and how it will have a huge impact on destinations across the region.

Taiwan removes most restrictions

From October 13, Taiwan plans to ease entry restrictions, including the removal of any quarantine or arrival test periods. The country flourished as a destination of diverse tourism opportunities in 2019 and is looking to pick up where it left off.

If you venture this way, Alishan Forest is beautiful and Chiayi is a foodie’s paradise. Further details on reopening plans and what is required to enter can be found here and here.

Japan prepares for tourism

After initial plans left us with disappointing restrictions, such as package-only guided tours, Japan is finally reopening in full.

People who could enter on a visa on arrival or visa program before can do so again from October 11. Proof of vaccination is still required to avoid any restrictions, but that’s about it!

It’s time to branch out beyond Tokyo and explore the delights of Osaka and other fascinating cities that remain far too overlooked by most visitors.

Hong Kong enters the tourism chat

Hong Kong is ending its mandatory quarantine period. That’s the good news. The bad news is that post-arrival testing and three days of “medical supervision” will still follow.

These and other factors mean that GSTP will be giving this once-loved destination a pass for a while, until things change. After seeing countless Penny Bay horror stories, the changes appear to be an extremely positive development for regional residents and visitors, but still perhaps a long way from being “open” to international tourism.

Good news for travel savings

Whether you fly to Taiwan or Japan as your final destination, or not, this is big news. With few airlines operating regular schedules, the correct routes or prices were very difficult to find. Seats using points were virtually non-existent.

As major airlines based in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan seek to revive international routes, there should be a significant drop in prices followed by a significant opening of seats in points. Additionally, hotels are expected to remain reasonable, with currencies such as the yen approaching all-time lows.

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Are you out this weekend? Wear orange, stay away from the ocean https://hacveumreziyareti.com/are-you-out-this-weekend-wear-orange-stay-away-from-the-ocean/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 22:12:58 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/are-you-out-this-weekend-wear-orange-stay-away-from-the-ocean/

If you’re going outside over the coming weekend, there are two tips: wear orange and don’t go into the ocean.

Hikers and hunters will share the woods as multiple hunting seasons are underway, including black bear, waterfowl, deer, fall turkey and small game, according to New Hampshire Fish & Game. Orange on people and pets will keep both of them safe, according to Josh Mackay, who coordinates the hunter education program at New Hampshire Fish and Game.

“Wearing fiery orange has been statistically shown to decrease hunting incidents across the country,” Mackay said.

Mackay also recommended sticking to established trails when hiking and reviewing safe hiking guidelines at randosafe.com.

It’s also a good idea to take out the winter clothes. Wind gusts of up to 40 mph from the northwest will make it dangerous for hikers without it, according to the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine.

Projected track of Hurricane Fiona at 5 p.m. 9/23/22

Projected track of Hurricane Fiona at 5 p.m. 9/23/22 (National Hurricane Center)

Influence of Hurricane Fiona

Although temperatures are not ideal for a swim in the ocean with high temperatures, around 70 surfers could be tempted by the expected 5-7 foot waves generated by Hurricane Fiona to the east of the shoreline.

A high surf advisory is in effect Saturday and Sunday for dangerous swimming and surfing conditions and
localized beach erosion. Potentially fatal rip currents are possible.

An anticyclone will move causing a decrease in winds for Sunday.

Contact journalist Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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Isle of Wight tourist attraction to offer holiday apartment https://hacveumreziyareti.com/isle-of-wight-tourist-attraction-to-offer-holiday-apartment/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 15:28:17 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/isle-of-wight-tourist-attraction-to-offer-holiday-apartment/ A POPULAR craft attraction on the Isle of Wight is looking to expand its offering by setting up holiday accommodation.

Chessell Pottery, at Shalcombe on Middle Road, is best known for its working pottery with visitors able to paint cups, plates, bowls and other items.

It also has a café and an outdoor area.

Now, in a planning application filed with Isle of Wight Council, the pottery is looking to demolish a side extension to build another, as well as installing a new roof to include a three-bed holiday apartment.

Photo by Paul Stack Chartered Planner

The works will provide new storage facilities, with the new apartment being built over the existing cafe.

Documents submitted to council by Paul Stack Chartered Planner indicate that the current storage building is in poor condition.

Plans show that the replacement roof will have the same peak height and will have a black metal finish with roof lights providing light to the vacation unit.

The documents indicate that the proposed works will continue to ensure the success and appeal of pottery as a destination for visitors.

The vacation unit would add to the economic viability of the business.

You can consult the plans, 22/01503/FUL, on the town planning portal. Comments can be made until October 14.

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Global investors keen on tourism projects in the state, says APTDC chief https://hacveumreziyareti.com/global-investors-keen-on-tourism-projects-in-the-state-says-aptdc-chief/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 14:28:00 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/global-investors-keen-on-tourism-projects-in-the-state-says-aptdc-chief/

Swiss firm to be part of proposed Sky Tower project in Vizag with ₹100 crore investment

Swiss firm to be part of proposed Sky Tower project in Vizag with ₹100 crore investment

Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) Chairman A. Varaprasad Reddy said on Friday that many international companies have expressed their willingness to set up tourism projects in the state.

Mr. Varaprasad Reddy has just returned after attending the “Europe Expo 2022” organized by the International Association of Attractions and Amusement Parks (IAAPA) in London from September 12 to 15, where he spoke with representatives of various global companies on the opportunities offered by the State.

More than 500 manufacturers, designers and operators of amusement parks, theme parks, water parks and family entertainment centers participated in this four-day event which also included seminars, conferences, expert meetings industry and training sessions.

Mr Reddy said he met with representatives of various companies and explained to them the wide range of opportunities available in the state to invest in the tourism sector, the incentives and support provided to investors under the new policy. tourism of Andhra Pradesh, availability of state land banks for tourism projects, details of the long sea coast, scenic, religious and historical sites and the vision of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

The head of the Tourism Corporation said he invited them to be part of the story of tourism growth in the state, telling them about the different partnership models the state government was considering. They included direct investment by foreign companies, investment through joint ventures and consortia, project support through technology transfer and the provision of equipment to entrepreneurs throughout the state, the provision of credit for projects undertaken here and the training of the workforce by international experts under skills development programs.

He said he met with representatives of Intamin Worldwide of Switzerland, a leading manufacturer of amusement rides and monorails. “This venture would be part of the proposed Sky Tower project in Visakhapatnam with an investment of ₹100 crore,” he said.

With Turkey’s Polin Group, a world leader in water parks and aquariums, Mr Reddy discussed the proposed tunnel aquarium project in Visakhapatnam at an estimated cost of ₹100 crore. German ride maker Huss Park Attractions was set to develop amusement parks in the state and Canada’s Aerodium would be part of the upcoming skydiving project in Gandikota, he said.

Aerophile and Extremeventures from France, NeverPlast from Italy, DOF based in Turkey, WhitewaterWest from Canada, Attraction from Switzerland and Concept 1900 from France were other companies keen to invest in projects in the state, he said. declared.

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Police identify three people killed in Yakima shooting and crash https://hacveumreziyareti.com/police-identify-three-people-killed-in-yakima-shooting-and-crash/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 11:49:22 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/police-identify-three-people-killed-in-yakima-shooting-and-crash/

Last Friday, three people were killed in a shooting and an accident and Yakima police released the identities of those who died. Police have identified Yaelin Arreola, 21, as the driver of an Audi who died after being shot in an exchange of gunfire between two vehicles at the intersection of South First Street and East Yakima Avenue. After the shooting, the Audi, then driven by a 17-year-old, crashed into a vehicle at Lincoln Avenue and North 3rd Avenue. Police identified the two women killed in that accident as Maria Norma Carillo-Reyes, 52, and her 21-year-old daughter, Maria Torres Carillo. Authorities say they believe the Audi was traveling between 60 and 70 mph when it crashed into the ladies’ vehicle.

Police say shooting was gang-related

The investigation continues into the crash and shooting as police search for suspects involved in the shooting in downtown Yakima prior to the crash.
The 17-year-old driver, a known gang member in Yakima, is currently being held in the Yakima County Juvenile Jail for homicide while driving a vehicle.
Family and friends of the crash victims erected a memorial in a parking lot near the crash site.

The Yakima Police Gang Unit is currently investigating the shooting.

Police say the downtown intersection shooting reported at 9:20 p.m. last Friday night was gang-related.
The Yakima Police Department’s Gang Unit is currently investigating for clues that could lead to an arrest. If you have any information about the shooting, contact the police department at 509-575-6200.

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Finland to ‘limit or stop’ entry of Russian tourists https://hacveumreziyareti.com/finland-to-limit-or-stop-entry-of-russian-tourists/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 07:41:57 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/finland-to-limit-or-stop-entry-of-russian-tourists/

Finland said on Wednesday it was preparing a national solution to “limit or completely prevent” tourism from Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.

“This national solution could include new legislation, which would be passed very quickly,” Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto told a news conference.

Since Russian Covid-19 restrictions expired in July, there has been a boom in Russian travelers and a growing backlash in Europe against allowing Russian tourists as the war continues.

Finland drastically limited tourist visas for Russians in September.

But they continue to enter Finland with visas issued by other EU countries in the Schengen borderless travel area.

“Finland also does not want to be a transit country for Schengen visas issued by other countries,” Haavisto said.

According to a poll published Wednesday by the Finnish daily Ilta-Sanomat, around 70% of Finns want the Nordic country to stop issuing tourist visas to Russians.

Finland has called for an EU decision to limit visas for Russians, but Haavisto noted: “It cannot be guaranteed that this decision will happen very quickly.”

The Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, which border Russia have already tightened their own rules on visas leaving Finland Russia’s last EU neighbor for Schengen visa holders.

The Finnish border guard said the situation had “not changed significantly” at the border despite Russia’s announcement Wednesday of a military mobilization, denying rumors spreading online of queues of several kilometers.

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2022 Taitung Blue Ocean Daily – Revitalizing Top 4 Sea Leisure Destinations to Create Ocean Life Amid Our Slowing Economy https://hacveumreziyareti.com/2022-taitung-blue-ocean-daily-revitalizing-top-4-sea-leisure-destinations-to-create-ocean-life-amid-our-slowing-economy/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://hacveumreziyareti.com/2022-taitung-blue-ocean-daily-revitalizing-top-4-sea-leisure-destinations-to-create-ocean-life-amid-our-slowing-economy/

TAITUNG COUNTY, TAIWAN –News Direct– Taitung County Government

TAITUNG COUNTY, TAIWAN – Media OutReach – September 21, 2022 – This year, the Taitung County government launched a new brand of water recreation—Blue Ocean Daily. On September 17, an opening ceremony was held on Shan Yuan Beach, honored by elders from the Peulfulangan The Friends Tribe and the Kimokeo Foundation of Hawaii – the international Austronesian maritime culture organization were invited to Taiwan for the first time. The tribesmen brought their unique tribal rituals and blessed the start of the event. Sand sculptors were also invited to take Taitung’s four major marine recreation sites and projects such as “Shanyuan Bay: South Island”, “Cultural Outrigger Canoe”, “Jinzun SUP”, “Fluvial Lake Canoe”, ” Green Island Deep Diving” as the theme. to carve sand sculptures on site. The ceremony attendants, with their oars, held an oar bonding ceremony which officially announced the start of the 2022 Taitung Blue Ocean Daily.

Newest brand of water leisure – Taitung County Government’s “Taitung Blue Ocean Daily” was launched on September 17th. Honored by Friends tribe elders, Wang Zhi-Hui, Deputy Mayor of Taitung County, Kimokeo Kapahulehua and Yu Ming-Hsun, Director of Taitung County Tourism Department announced the start of Taitung Blue Ocean Daily 2022 .

April Yao, Mayor of Taitung County, said Taitung has the longest coastline in Taiwan with two pearls on the ocean: Green Island and Orchid Island, Jinzun Fishing Port, a surfing sanctuary world-class and a living lake connected to the sea. With a spectacular environment, the Taitung county government strives to develop a model of natural and real economy to continuously energize the sea leisure base destinations and also develop and promote nautical activities. The Blue Ocean Daily helps promote and deepen prolific leisure experiences in Taitung. As the Blue Ocean Daily goes international, it focuses on three core values: promoting ocean culture, regional revitalization and cultural exchange, and connecting Taitung with the world.

The four-week Blue Ocean Daily offers 16 nautical leisure events to experience. The county government not only invited Kimokeo Kapahulehua (Unkle K), a world-class artist from Hawaii, but also introduced an Austronesian outrigger canoe to let visitors experience daily ocean life in Taitung. The Blue Ocean Daily has also launched tour packages with local tour groups, these packages include 7 outrigger canoe trips, 4 SUP experience events, 4 canoe trips and 1 minibike trip. During the gala, the tour begins at the bottom of the sea, with exciting guided tours during the day and stargazing excursions at night to introduce visitors to the charm of sea-land-air tours on the green island. During this event, exchanges between local academic groups and international organizations will take place. An international Austronesian maritime culture organization is also invited to lecture local school students on the core of indigenous culture and natural ecology. The event also promotes in-depth cultural exchange between Hawaiian groups and local tribes/communities. As part of Taitung’s connection to the world, the county government is keen to make the experience of daily life at sea more diverse and profound.

Yu Ming-Hsun, director of the Taitung County Tourism Department, pointed out how September 22 is a special day with historical significance: September 22 will be the day the legacy will continue, and on the same day, the Taitung county government will organize Austronesian ocean culture. Featuring the native tribal experience in conjunction with the Kimokeo Foundation of Hawaii and local tribes. Participants will challenge themselves to navigate long distances across the sea on outrigger canoes in Taiwan. The canoes will depart from Shan Yuan beach and sail approximately 30 km to the traditional waters of the Dulik tribe to recreate the traditional Hello: a visit made with canoes. The shore tribes will respond with horns and receive visitors from the sea according to Friends tradition, all leaving fond memories in this Blue Ocean Daily. The history of Austronesian tribes visiting and maintaining friendship on outrigger canoes has exceeded three thousand years, with Taiwan as their homeland.

The Blue Ocean Daily will restore the art of celestial navigation in ancient times and continue to promote the unique charm of outrigger canoes and beautiful seas in the future.

For more information, please visit Taitung Blue Ocean Daily FB page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083162535238

Please register for the Ocean Fun experience on the Taitung Fun Card website: https://www.ttfuncard.tw/zh-TW?tag=971644c7-72da-4505-a17b-51c4dacadc27

Contact Details

Yang Fang Ling

w2034@taitung.gov.tw

See source version at newsdirect.com: https://newsdirect.com/news/2022-taitung-blue-ocean-daily-reinvigorating-the-4-major-sea-leisure-destinations-to-create-oceanic-life – in the midst-of-our-slowing-economy-364913439

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