Taiwan a friendly stop for Muslims

Choice destination: Giving Taiwan due credit at the press conference in Kuala Lumpur are (from left) MATTA chief executive officer Phua Tai Neng, Taiwan Tourism Bureau Kuala Lumpur director Tony Wu and Hamzah.

KUALA LUMPUR: Taiwan’s bustling night markets, mouth-watering food and iconic Taipei 101 tower have long made it a favourite destination for non-Muslims in Malay-sia, particularly the Chinese community.

Muslims may have been deterred from visiting Taiwan in the past, viewing the country as not Muslim-friendly. But Taiwan is working hard towards shaking off that perception.

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