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In order to boost tourism in the country, the authorities in Taiwan have decided to promote the rural areas next to six of the thirteen designated national scenic areas. In Nanjhuang town for example, visitors can watch traditional Hakka style slow cooking. Then there is Jhungpu township where the traditional model was growing of betel nuts but now the economy has incorporated eco-tourism within those properties. The ministry in Taiwan feels that instead of purely focusing on increasing the number of inbound tourists, the aim must be to enhance the overall travel experience of the visitors. In order to create more number of travel jobs, the authorities seek to diversify the visitor profile to include greater number of backpackers as well. 

Source: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2016/08/16/2003653235

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