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Beipu Street, 314, Taiwan
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Visited here after a refreshing dip in the Beipu Cold Spring. Like most people will tell you, the must-do things here are the diy le-cha, having a meal at the hakka restaurants, trying out the persimmon tarts and walking around the old streets. Had an...More

Thank Chun Yin L
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Beipu Old Street is really a must once you'll get the chance to go there. The streets are crowded with local specialities and you should try the cales, the tea, the fruits - or try everything. Charming mix of local Goods, local food and Hakka...More

2  Thank stefandick
Reviewed 29 September 2017

Although the length of Old Street is not very long, there are still many old houses, short walls, and tea houses can be found along the streets and allies. Not to mention, various Hakka delicacies and handcrafts are available for you to discover. Historical buildings...More

Thank EnjoyHsinchu
Reviewed 4 September 2017

We visited this place on a weekday, hence street was quiet. Completed all the "to-do" list there: experienced DIY lei cha aka thunder tea (which was hard work, grinding the solids into paste), ate ban tiao (thick noodles) and bought dried persimmons (very reasonably priced,...More

Thank Phyllis P
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

It's great to walk around this old Street. Enjoy some traditional Haka food. There is a temple to visit. Though the streets is very short

1  Thank Chad N
Reviewed 7 March 2017

It is recommended by our Taiwanese friend that this place is worth to take a look. First image to us is that this place like "Temple Street" in Hong Kong. The places are full of traditional taiwan foods (e.g. Dried Persimmons, mochi etc). Most of...More

Thank khchiu88
Reviewed 22 March 2016 via mobile

Beipu is a great Hakka town which remains "old" culture. There are a lot of nature beauty such as cold spring and Nanpu. Additionally, there are a lot of antique architectures such as the Temple located at the beginning of old street and Jiang houses....More

Thank David H
Reviewed 11 March 2016

Important centre of Hakka culture in Taiwan. Plenty of interesting small eats. Lots of restaurant options. Even on a weekend didn't feel too crowded. Citian temple is a listed Daoist temple and is worth a look. Plenty of renovation to get 'old-time' feel. The orange...More

Thank Lardylove
Reviewed 29 November 2015

Stopped by on the way back from Beipu Cold Springs on a Saturday (late afternoon November). Street markets were in full swing and it was very interesting walking around in the dark.

Thank CrumpySeaford
Reviewed 28 June 2015

Laojie (老街) is a typical scene in Taiwan all around, akin to the night market. It is not too bad a place, and it is more of a Kek dialect group (客家). The place is quite quaint and what is more attractive is you should...More

1  Thank Emmanuel N
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21 October 2017|
Response from EnjoyHsinchu | Reviewed this property |
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