Taiwan Travel Service (台灣旅行社; c. 1945 - 1958) was a state-run travel agency on Taiwan appealing to foreign tourists. Its roots lie in the Japanese colonial period, when it was geared towards Japanese tourists coming to visit the colony of Taiwan. In the late 1940s, it increasingly published materials, especially maps, in English to appeal to Americans traveling to or residing in Taiwan. In the late 1950s, it was eclipsed by the Taiwan Visitors Association (台灣觀光協會), officially a non-governmental organization that was nonetheless closely affiliated with the government.

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