Tourist warning to passengers after Taiwan travel advisory
Travelers visiting Taiwan should keep a close eye on the health and safety of the people in their travel groups.
The travel advisory has been issued by the Ministry of Public Health and Welfare, Tourism and Sport.
The advisory states people who are concerned about their health or have other health concerns should call their local authorities for assistance.
Tibetans can only travel to Taiwan through official approved travel agencies.
The travel advisory also states travellers should ensure they have enough money and resources in their wallets for travel to the island.
Travelers should also ensure they don’t have a medical condition or illness.
Tourists should avoid travel to parts of China with high levels of air pollution.
China is China’s largest exporter of tobacco, coal and petroleum products and has the world’s highest levels of cancer deaths.
China’s government has recently announced a plan to regulate and restrict the use of tobacco and to tackle the growing number of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases.