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I've been here many times because I'm in Taiwan and this area at least once per year for family reasons.
This place is worth a visit if you happen to be in the South of Taiwan. It's probably only a 10-15 mins drive from the...More
Must to see in Taiwan. Knoeledg of taiwan aboriginal culture and habits even if bit too turistic. Suggesting to go during the week to avoid crowd. Very touching performance...everyweek daily performancea, everyweek will show one of the 9 different tribes habits, songs, tradition, life, dresses.
I absolutely loved this park. The entire feel and the beauty of it blew me away. I think anyone that comes to Taiwan show make time to see some Indigenous parks. This one especially will not disappoint. Professional dancers and the show was just amazing....More
I wasn't really interested at first, I got dragged along by my family. I wandered around the displays about life for the Indigenous peoples. We took the bus up to the top of the mountain with some beautiful views of Taiwan countryside. We watched a...More
We visited on our final day of our 4 day visit to Kaoshiung. An hour by car from Kaoshiung, there is an open carpark and a row of shops left of the entrance. Further left is the river and the steep valley straddled by a...More
We went to walk the bridge only, the culture park we did not visit on this trip.
Bridge walk is for sight seeing and taking nice photo. If you have time the park is worth visiting.
The bridge walk is $50 NT and must take...More
Our excursion to this tucked-away gem was one of the memorable highlights of visiting Taiwan. We enjoyed a daunting jaunt across a suspension bridge, were mesmerized by engaging traditional dance and immersed ourselves in the cozy boutiques on-premises. You will not be disappointed.
There are sixteen different aboriginal tribes in Taiwan
This is an excellent way to learn about them and experience some of their culture
It is also a great place to walk hike and picnic or just sit and relax
The Taiwan Indigenous People Culture Park is a large and interesting site. It is located near Sandimen and the signposting and parking are good. The site is divided into three main areas, which you can easily walk to, or you can take a shuttle bus....More