Sanhe Village

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    Sanhe Village

Sanhe Village is located on Pingtung Township Highway No. 37. The indigenous from Wutai Township, Sandimen Township, and Majia Township first came to this place to farm the land under the help of an American priest Chiao Aiguang (Chinese name), who used resources from the Taiwan Christian Service (TCS) to help the indigenous’ relocation to where they later named Sanhe Village in 1967 through a resolution passed by the village council.

Sanhe Village consists of three smaller groups: the Paiwan tribe in Yuquan Community of North Village, their counterparts in Sanhe Community of Central Village, and a mix of Paiwan and Lukai tribes in Meiyuan Community of South Village.

The village is home to many indigenous art studios and a famous mango production site. If you visit the place between April and June, which is the harvest season of mangos, make sure you get yourself a refreshing cup of mango smoothie.

Visitors are recommended to spend an hour here exploring unique art studios or buying souvenirs exclusive to the village. 

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Visit Sanhe and enjoy the sunshine and handicraft feast. During the period of April to June, come and taste the delicious native mango grown by the villagers.


Sanhe Village, Majia Township, Pingtung County



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South second freeway (National Freeway No. 3) exit at Changzhi interchange ─ Provincial Highway 24 in the direction of Sandimen ─ follow signs for Taiwan Aboriginal Culture Park ─ Ping 37 road ─ Sanhe Village, Majia

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    Sanhe Village
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    5stars 6 years ago

    For the first time, due to work needs, I drove thousands of miles from the north to Sanhe Road, Sanhe Village, Ma Township, Pingtung County, where the goods were delivered and installed. At that time, there was no satellite navigation, so I could only look at the map and slowly search in Ma’s hometown. Generally speaking, in the rural areas, I didn’t pay much attention to road names (at that time), but my personality was straightforward, and I insisted on not asking for help. , I want to do it by myself. ha! ha! ha! ha! Unexpectedly, Sanhe Village is not in the Majia Township as we know it, but is sandwiched between Changzhi Township, Yanpu Township, and Neipu Township, and it is also called an "enclave" later. It's also mentioned in Wikipedia~ The development of Sanhe Village originated around 1953 (the 42nd year of the Republic of China). In order to improve the lives of the local aborigines, the national government hired military workers to reclaim a barren river beach in Ailiao River, with an area of ​​about 400 hectares. After soil improvement, it was handed over to the Pingtung County Government to take over. In order to attract people to settle in, the aborigines from Wutai, Sandimen, Majia and other three townships will move people in by encouraging policies. In 1967 (the 56th year of the Republic of China), the Pingtung County Government designated the area as "Sanhe Village" and handed it over to the Majia Township Office. Therefore, Sanhe Village has become an enclave of Majia Township. Due to different hometowns, they are currently divided into three major communities, namely Yuquan, Sanhe and Meiyuan communities.

    5stars 4 years ago

    Although it is stuck in Neipu Yanpu, Changzhi, it belongs to Ma’s hometown. I went to see this enclave. It’s super cool.

    5stars 7 years ago

    Last Update:2022-07-14

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