Since it debuted in 2010, the Taiwan Cycling Festival has continued to bring together world-renowned cycling teams for a weekend of top-class international racing as they compete for the coveted 'Taiwan Cup.'
Hong Kong’s Victoria Park now glows in the flickering lights of a mega lantern sculpture made from 7,000 recycled plastic bottles.
Travel Indochina has unveiled its new Asia River Cruising brochure for 2013-2015 featuring a significantly expanded range of cruising options in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Burma and China.
Air France now offers customers three weekly flights to Shanghai-Pudong by Airbus A380, becoming the first European airline to serve the Chinese financial centre with its superjumbo.
As the White Isle and other European party hot spots start to wind down and see off crowds of clubbers with closing parties, across the globe Hong Kong is just getting started.
The Far East destination of Macau, famed for its rich and diverse dining experiences, is dishing up a gastronomic adventure at the Macau Food Festival in November.
Edinburgh Zoo has been accused of artificially inseminating its Giant Panda Tian Tian for commercial gain rather than for conservation or educational reasons.
The wealth of attractions in Taiwan's main cities often means that visitors overlook the array of adventure tours available throughout the island.
OZO Wesley Hong Kong has opened its doors in Wanchai. OZO is a new hotel brand created around a core concept of less frills and more control, it offers guests quality services that count and amenities they actually want, enabling them to maximise their time on the road.
Swissotel Hotels & Resorts has signed a new management contract with Shaanxi Puyu Industrial for a 350 room hotel in Xi’an.
Ang Lee’s recent Best Director Oscar win for the film Life of Pi, has brought global attention to the beautiful and captivating island of Taiwan where the world famous director was born.
Travel Indochina has announced a brand new gastronomy tour of China, covering one of the richest and most varied cuisines in the world.
With nearly 30 million visitors a year and a unique Portuguese-Chinese heritage, Macau is firmly on the map as one of the most exciting destinations in the Far East - and this year is no exception with a series of significant anniversaries and events shining the spotlight on this Special Administrative Region of China throughout 2013.
Award-winning-specialist-operator Bamboo Travel has ventured into Taiwan for the first time with the creation of its two-week Treasures of Taiwan tour.
The cherry blossom season in Taiwan lasts from late February until mid-April and can be witnessed throughout the country - from Alishan in the south, to Sun Moon Lake in the centre of the country and Yangmingshan in the north.
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