Taiwan for New Year’s Eve

Published Date Author: , December 21st, 2011

Instead of spending another holiday season stressed out about where to go to completely unwind, visit Taiwan – a tropical oasis full of relaxing and fun activities. The island’s countdown to 2012 New Year celebration includes a variety of European and Asian infused gourmet and street food tasting events, traditional folklore performances by aboriginal tribes, relaxing concert series by the lake, shopping at famous night markets, and view spectacular fireworks at iconic buildings and skyscrapers.

“A series of exciting countdown celebrations to 2012 New Year have been scheduled throughout the island starting this December,” said Trust Lin, Director of Taiwan Tourism Bureau in Los Angeles Office. “The specialized events designed in Taipei, Sun Moon Lake and Alishan will offer eye-opening experiences for families looking for an exotic relaxing holiday season in Asia.”

Taipei 101, the world’s second tallest skyscraper, is known around the world for its annual spectacular New Year fireworks. In 2011, the fireworks gained worldwide recognition when international explosive expert and controversial modern artist Cai Guo-Qiang took the night sky as his open canvas to celebrate ROC’s (Taiwan) centennial.

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