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2018 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party to Spotlight ‘Fantasy Wonderland’

2018 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party to Spotlight ‘Fantasy Wonderland’

The 2018 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party will transform Taipei into a “fantasy wonderland!”

On November 28, Department of Information and Tourism (TPEDOIT) Commissioner Chien Yu-yen joined emcees of the party – Bowie Tsang and KID -- in announcing the series of events in the run-up to the extravagant show to usher in the New Year.

Organized by Taipei City Government and Sanlih Entertainment Television, the 2018 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party will generate visual excitement by injecting sensational elements, glittering lights, and infinity symbols formed by MRT tracks implying unlimited possibilities for Taipei.

Bowie Tsang and KID walked down from a double-decker sightseeing bus to arrive at the press event. They will entertain the countdown party revelers along with pop singers including Della Wu, Crowd Lu, Bii, William Wei, Eve Ai, MJ116, Nick Chou, and Lin Min-chen!

As part of the New Year celebrations, Xinyi Commercial District will be dotted with Christmas decorations throughout December to rev up the festive atmosphere. TPEDOIT has teamed up with Taipei 101 and Disney to hold the “Frozen Carnival Taiwan 2017” at Taipei 101 Water Dance Plaza between November 30, 2017 and January 14, 2018. The event will feature a skating rink, a 12-meter high magic Christmas tree, an ice forest, and a Christmas fair – all designed with inspiration from the box office hit “Frozen.”

Other highlights of month-long event include preferential offers in restaurants, accommodation services, and other forms of entertainment for those using the GOMAJI app. Double-deckers painted with countdown party themes will also hit the road in December, luring tourists to hop on the tourist buses to explore Taipei taking advantage of limited-period discount deals!

To learn more about the yearend bash, visit https://www.travel.taipei/ (Chinese).

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  • Updated: 2017/11/29 17:01
  • Reviewed: 2017/11/29 17:01

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government