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Taiwan nominated as Asian destination with highest client satisfaction
Los Angeles, March 24 (CNA) Taiwan has been nominated by an American travel magazine as one of five tourist destinations in Asia with the highest client satisfaction, according to Taiwan's Tourism Bureau.
The winner among the five nominees -- Taiwan, China, India, Japan and Thailand – will be decided by public voting between March 27 and April 30, the bureau said.
The five finalists were picked by an editorial team at TravelAge West, a travel magazine in the Western United States, after reviewing hundreds of travel suppliers and products, according to the bureau.
The review included product analyses, on-site visits, a travel agent survey and online research, it said.
The public vote will decide the winner, which will be named the Destination with the Highest Client Satisfaction – Asia.
It is one category in the annual TravelAge West WAVE Awards, which usually feature over 60 winners and editor's picks in the travel industry.
(Courtesy of CNA)
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