Spend a night at the Presidential Office of Taiwan

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, the Presidential Office Building in Taipei is offering select individuals the opportunity to spend the night there, as part of its ongoing campaign, “Spend a Night @ Taiwan’s Presidential Office Building”. Visitors will stay in the Lih Xing Building and get to enjoy a Taiwanese breakfast and a guided tour of the compound. Registration for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is open from now until 31 August. All applicants must provide the relevant links to their personal social media profile, total subscriber/follower numbers and key engagement statistics. Selected visitors are also expected to upload a short video of their stay in Taiwan, which has been voted as the friendliest country in the world by expat network InterNations. A panel of judges, including social commentator Wei-Hsiung Chan, travel writer Ugur Rifat Karlova and travel blogger Alston Hsu will evaluate all applications. “Spend A Night @ Taiwan’s Presidential Office Building” has been made possible by a partnership between the Taiwan Tourism Bureau (TTB) and the General Association of Chinese Culture (GACC).