The tourism industries of Guizhou and Taiwan reached a broad consensus to enhance mutual tourism exchanges between the two regions during the recent 13th Cross-Strait Travel Industry Sodality held in Guiyang, the capital city of Guizhou province.
Tourism associations, travel agencies, and media representatives from the mainland and Taiwan have investigated some routes in eastern and western Guizhou such as the Jin Hai Xue Shan, Qingyan Ancient Town, Anshun Huanguoshu, and Longgong.
Bai Zhongren, the director of Certified Travel Councillor Association, said Taiwan travel agencies will add several new routes to the existing Huangguoshu and Miao Village route. For example the rape blossom route in spring, the Daqikong and Xiaoqikong route in Libo, the Miao New Year in autumn, and the wine journey in northern Guizhou. They also plan to introduce the Guiyang-Fanjingshan Mountain-Fenghuang route in this autumn.
Xu Yongyu from Taiwan's South East Travel Service Company introduced a new product to Guizhou which mainly targets senior citizens, including eight-day journey in western Taiwan and an eight-day journey in eastern Taiwan. Besides the traditional National Palace Museum, Alishan, and Taipei 101, there will be new activities such as communicating with senior citizens in Taiwan and eating healthy pollution-free food.