Taiwan Travel Advisory issued in wake of China’s earthquake
Taiwan’s travel advisory was lifted on Thursday following the earthquake in China, leaving travel advice for some travellers unanswered.
But Taiwan’s state-run Xinhua news agency said the travel advisory for travellers to the island’s main cities had been issued for an extended period.
The advisory was issued after the earthquake hit at 11:30 a.m.
ET on Monday, and was issued by the country’s Earthquake Information Centre, Xinhua reported.
Travelers can find a list of hotels in Taipei and Kaohsiung, a city and island located along the Taiwan Strait.
A travel advisory issued for Taiwan on Wednesday urged people to avoid public transport.
In the mainland, the mainland government also issued travel advisories for tourists and tourists from the provinces of Hainan and Hainian to Taipei, and advised travellers to avoid any activity that could cause damage or disruption.
In Hong Kong, a government advisory warned people not to drive and advised people to monitor the weather.
A government advisory for Taiwan advised people not visit any areas that are affected by the quake and to stay home from any public events.
In addition, Taiwan has not issued any travel advisors for other countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore.
The US Geological Survey has said there was a 4.2-magnitude earthquake in Taiwan on Monday.