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Jingzaijiao Tile - Paved Salt Fields

No.64, Yonghua Vil., Beimen District | Jingzijiao Yonghua Vil., Beimen District, Tainan 727, Taiwan
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Something Different to see

Former salt production place. Great to see something different in taiwan. Inside the souvenir... read more

Reviewed April 14, 2018
eddie l
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Kuala lumpur
Happy to have an opportunity to touch it and really feel it

Watching Huell Howser 1999 California Gold on Cargill salt pond along San Francisco Bay area and... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2018
David2012C
,
Cupertino, California
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No.64, Yonghua Vil., Beimen District | Jingzijiao Yonghua Vil., Beimen District, Tainan 727, Taiwan
Beimen Area I
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

Former salt production place. Great to see something different in taiwan. Inside the souvenir shop got good ice-cream to try

Thank eddie l
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

Watching Huell Howser 1999 California Gold on Cargill salt pond along San Francisco Bay area and like it so much. Unfortunately for tourist, this salt pond has almost gone as California bought back most of those land for environmental restoration. Fortunately there are still real...More

Thank David2012C
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Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

We are at the salt field during sunset.The place is full of tourists standing by with camera to be ready to take the sunset view. Spectacular view of sunset. Worth the trip.

Thank Alvin A
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Reviewed 1 December 2017

A place where salt miner harvest salt. Lately there's been a trend for tourists to visit the salt field, feel the salt and get to know how the salt was processed.

Thank nohp13
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Reviewed 29 August 2017

Salt has historically been one of the most important natural resources in the world, and this part of Tainan City has been important to the Japanese empire, and now, it still produces salt for commercial and personal use. It is now a tourist attraction, showing...More

Thank TonyCoolidge
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

A long drive from Tainan, better to drive or rent a car with driver, and to come about sun set, it was very beautiful and good for photoshooting. Take a leisure walk along the salt fields and photoshooting, had fun.

Thank cora3181
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

Although it cost about 1 hour from Tainan city but it's worth. We sat each other beside the salt field and waited for amazing sunset! You definitely have to visit here once!

Thank wen yi h
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Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

This was a very educational stop for us because we all got to learn about how salt was mined in the past. Do not miss the chance to try salty soya bean curd in the souvenir shop. It's most excellent!

Thank weiwei_sg
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

This was a stop on our day of tours in the Tainan area. The idea is to teach a little history of salt production in Taiwan. There is also a shop where you can purchase a wide variety of the local salt. Worth an hour...More

1  Thank Jeffrey A
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

An eye-opening experience for those living in the cities or mountains and have no idea on where sea salt come from. From a distance, one may though of seeing snow in the middle of summer. The kids got to try their hands on raking the...More

1  Thank William V
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Beimen Area I
Beimen is the coastal salty region. In the early days,
the soil was infertile for agricultural development,
so people in the region turned to aquaculture fishery,
which has developed special scenery of its own. The
area not only has the renowned Beimen Crystal Church
and the one and only Jingzaijiao tile-paved salt pans,
but also a breathtakingly beautiful sunset in Taiwan.
With black-bellied terns hovering over the lagoon each
...More
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stchia
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Response from TonyCoolidge | Reviewed this property |
Cabs are relatively cheap. You can probably negotiate if you can speak Mandarin for NT1000-NT2000 for the half day.
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