Always wanted to visit Taiwan? A €150 incentive might be the sign you need

Taiwan is offering to pay tourists just over €150 to holiday there this year in a bid to boost visitor numbers.

The East Asian country is seeking to welcome six million tourists in 2023, and hopes lining their wallets with NT$5,000 (€158) will help win them over.

The Ministry of Transportation and Communication is also giving travel agencies subsidies of up to NT$20,000 (€633) for each group of tourists that arrive in the country.

Announcing the proposal earlier this week, Minister Wang Kwo-tsai explained that the tourists’ spending money will be delivered digitally and can be put towards accommodation and other costs in the country.

He did not specify when the scheme would

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