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Flavors of Indigenous Homelands

  • Yanban (Slate) Lane
  • Dimoer Park
  • Sandimen Handicraft Trail

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* This plan aims to provide tourists with an experience in the beauty and rhythm of Indigenous songs and dances. Inspired by their surroundings, tourists will also experience for the first time the amazing welcome salute of the indigenous style cannons. Through songs, dances and artwork, the culture and spirit of Taiwan’s Indigenous people will become evident.
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One Day Trips
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* Gaining a deeper understanding of Bunun culture is the main purpose of this tour. This is a beautiful trip that combines nature and humanity.
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* Wutai Township is part of the Rukai tribal zone. Begin with the Guchuan Tribe and Rainbow Bridge Fish Watching Path, then head to the Shenshan Church and first Indigenous pathway- the stone slab alley art path, and finally to the Sandimen Dimoer Park. The smooth, progressive design of this plan will gradually speak to you of the lifestyle, culture, and traditional spirit of the Rukai.
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* Participate in the annual Austronesian Wedding event and experience the Indigenous culture and local cultural traditions. Try for yourself the striking architecture of the area - stone slab B&Bs, and gaze outward from the highest B&B within Pingtung County, taking in the panoramic view of nature right before your eyes.
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* 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.
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