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Flavors of Indigenous Homelands Two Day Trips Route B

This plan focuses on both Hakka culture and Indigenous culture. Experience the fengshui of Hakka kitchens and learn about Hakka culture, while learning about Indigenous cultures along the way. Discover the pictographs on the annual events calendar created through the wisdom of Bunun ancestors that tell people when to plant, to reap, to hunt, and to brew millet wine. Then admire the clear vocals of an eight-part choir. These touching songs will help you realize what true happiness feels like. Through these dynamic performances and presentations of culture, you will also feel the spirit of helping that Indigenous people cherish.

  • Day 1

  • Meinong Hakka Culture Center
  • Bunun Cultural Exhibition Center
    Bunun Cultural Exhibition Center

    The Bunun Culture Exhibition Center sits right beside the Meishan Visitor Center in Taoyuan District. It is set up and managed by the Yushan National Park Office. The center features a wide variety of displays demonstrating different aspects of Bunun culture, ranging from relics to traditional ceremonies, textiles and clothing, construction and transportation, as well as crafts, which help to deepen visitors’ understanding of the characteristics and customs of Bunun culture.

  • Fuxing Natural Ecological Park
  • Taoyuan District
    Taoyuan District

    Taoyuan is located at the foot of southern Mount Jade (Yushan) of the Central Mountains. The topography of the area is characterized by many high forested mountains, and includes geographical features such as valleys, precipices, hot springs, and suspension bridges. The area was once home to an aboriginal tribe called Yaer, also known as Jialameng. During the Japanese colonial period, the town was named Yaer before it was renamed Taoyuan after the recession of Taiwan.

  • Day 2

  • Taoyuan District
  • Meishan
  • Xinwei Scenic Bridge
    Xinwei Scenic Bridge

    The Xinwei Bridge is located in Liugui District, near the 45km mark of Provincial Highway No. 28. Situated between the Liugui Main Bridge and the Dajin Bridge, the Xinwei Bridge spans across the Laonong River and connects the Provincial Highways No. 27 and No. 28.

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Last Update:2022-06-16

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