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The Anping Tree House is a ruined warehouse type building that has been taken over by the roots of very large banyan trees. Walkways have been built up along the walls and into the reaches of the trees.
This is not a major attraction but...More
I have never seen anything like this before so to me it was well worth seeing. Taking pictures is a challenge, to find the right ankle/light/message and of course the obligatory people running into your picture. It was terribly crowded on Sunday noon and full...More
The tree house is located in the
compound of the Tait & Co museum.
It used to be an old warehouse and it was abandoned. The trees grew into and throughout the warehouse naturally over the years.
Some artists took notice of the place and...More
It is just amazing. The House, or better to say a used-to-be house, is covered by trees. The vitality of trees is beyond our imagination. It is photogenic, and if you go to Anping, this place is a must-visit.
An old factory that's been taken over by nature? Sign me up! Anping tree house is both accessible to foreigners and located behind a very astute looking building (Tait & Co.). You wouldn't know that behind this is a gorgeous example of nature reclaiming it's...More
This was 1 of 4 Historical Sites that was on a ticket I purchased (I made it to 3 of the 4 which made it worth purchasing). This wasn't quite what I was expecting. When they said house I was thinking an actual house but...More
This is the way when the tree get overhand.
Walking and see. Take some great pictures.
It's a good place to visit and relaxing.
You can in the same ticket enter to the old house and see the information abut how the shipping company.
Anping District is the area first developed in Taiwan. It is also the key to Taiwan’s involvement in the international community. The two famous historic monuments, Anping Fort (a.k.a. Fort Zeelandia) and Eternal Golden Castle leave behind them the traces of international trade made by various countries. Another historic monument that stands the test of time is Tree House, in which beautiful stories were created along
with the running water in the canal in the course of history. The National Museum of Taiwan History in the form of green building stands in Annan District. Next to the coastal Cihcao Dajhong Temple is the amazingly gorgeous green tunnel formed by mangroves. Moving slowly in the river course on a pipe raft, you will be greeted by hermit crabs and mudskippers. The sunlight glitters in the woods. This will be like a tranquil journey in the no-man Amazon. What comes next is Luermen River estuary. People can enjoy the beautiful sunset in the Natural Defence of the Capital and also visit the one and only temple which has two barefooted door gods of foreign descent, guarding General Jheng Chengkong, making the trip to Tainan full of stories and mysteries.
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The beach is near ,there is little to do there but you can enjoy sunset there. Another place to see is sio salt house, there you will be amazed to see types of salt. After that near to Anping is a street market also... More
The beach is near ,there is little to do there but you can enjoy sunset there. Another place to see is sio salt house, there you will be amazed to see types of salt. After that near to Anping is a street market also.
Spending complete day can be difficult but if you are travelling with friend or family. Some good time can be spent.