What about a system of multi-day or annual passes that would allow entry to a combination of national scenic areas, parks and forest recreation areas?
Should there be visitor quotas imposed on certain areas to preserve the environment?
These are just a few of the questions that need to be answered.
Top officials and bureaucrats talk about building a tourism environment focused on quality as well as quantity. They should begin by crafting a comprehensive plan that ensures accessibility to, and the protection of, Taiwan’s natural attractions for Taiwanese and visitors alike, both now and in the future.