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Seychelles Islands feature in Taiwan publication

Seychelles Islands feature in Taiwan publication ( The amazing marine life of the Seychelles Islands, the Vallee de Mai, with its unique coco de mer are among the famous attractions of the Indian Ocean Island state due to feature in the Taiwanese editions of Vogue and Next magazines.

In order to popularize the holiday destination, Air Seychelles, together with the Seychelles Tourism Board, have joined forces to hold a press trip for representatives from the well-known publications.

Editor of Next magazine, Lin, Wen-Pei; Next Magazine photographer, Chiang, Huan-Min; and Vogue Editor, Chen, Yuan-Tzu; accompanied by her photographer Chang, Chia-Hsien, all landed at the Seychelles International Airport as well as Vice General Manager of HM Taiwan GSA Chang, Shih-Yi, especially for that mission.

Vogue, which falls under the Conde Nast umbrella, was established in Taiwan with the simultaneous launching of GQ in 1996. Already popular in Europe and other parts of the world for its cutting-edge reporting on fashion, once the Taiwanese branch was launched, it attracted a large readership.

In fact the magazine boasts a circulation of 65,000 and a readership of 780,000 – all of which Vogue claims readers are independent, financially stable, cream of the crop, working class who have a penchant for high taste and luxury goods.

It is only fitting that the editors from the esteemed publication be given the grand tour of the Seychelles, which included sea excursions, so that they may entice more people to visit the Seychelles’ shores.

While the group of journalists were in the country, they were also helped by Seychelles Tourism Board partners including Constance Ephelia Resort, Raffles Praslin, and Le Domaine de La Reserve Hotel of Praslin.

Creole Travel Services also helped the group during their stay in Seychelles.

Having experienced the warm Seychellois hospitality first hand, the group said that they were eager to give Seychelles the coverage it deserves – so as to entice more of their fellow Taiwanese to visit these shores.


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