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Taiwan abounds with kid-friendly attractions


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Taiwan abounds with kid-friendly attractions

By Eric Moya / Asia Pacific / Family Travel / Travel Weekly / travelweekly.com / Mar 29, 2019

“When a top airline for a destination flies planes that are adorned with cartoon-themed livery, it's a good bet that the destination is family-friendly.

Case in point: Taiwan's EVA Airlines has a long-standing partnership with Sanrio, owner of Hello Kitty, and Taiwan's infatuation with the character goes back decades. Capital city Taipei, for example, has been home to a Hello Kitty Cafe since 1976.

I visited that cafe four years ago, when I spent nearly a week in Taipei. It wasn't on the agenda for my return to Taiwan late last summer as a guest of the country's tourism bureau. Still, our group experienced a number of family-friendly sites and attractions during the eight-day trip, which included stops in Tainan and Kaohsiung, two of Taiwan's other major cities....”


Hello Kitty check-in kiosks for EVA Airlines at Taipei’s Taoyuan Airport.
Photo Credit: Travel Weekly photo by Eric Moya