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Nice, but you can NOT go into the mauntain

The stuff speaks no English, but they are really nice. The most signs are on English. But I think... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2015
Marco S
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Esens, Germany
Do visit here for a unique coal mine ride

NT200 each for entrance with a free coal miner's cap key chain. Very unique ride on the coal mine... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2017
SmurfSingapore
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Singapore
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Feb 6, 2017
“Do visit here for a unique coal mine ride”
Nov 8, 2015
“Nice, but you can NOT go into the mauntain”
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Pingxi District
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Reviewed 7 February 2017 via mobile

NT200 each for entrance with a free coal miner's cap key chain. Very unique ride on the coal mine train and walk through of the life of a coal miner.

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Reviewed 8 November 2015

The stuff speaks no English, but they are really nice. The most signs are on English. But I think its bad that you cant go into the mountain. When you arrive at shifen with the train don't go up at the T-shape crossing. go street...More

Thank Marco S
Reviewed 20 November 2014

Went on 13 Nov 2014. It was difficult to travel to the place if you did not arrange for transport such as a private guide or cab. Its quite impossible to walk there from Shifen Railway Station, even though the lady did advised us to...More

Thank Whinypooh
Reviewed 7 August 2014

Went on 6 Aug 2014. Positive is that the people working there, are friendly! But: Poor presentation!! Absolutely overpriced with 200NT (for Taiwanese standard)! Only interesting is the short ride with the old train. Btw, my Taiwanese friend, with whom I went, has the same...More

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Pingxi District
The formerly prosperous mining industry of Pingxi
District has presently bid its time of black gold
farewell, washing off its glories and returning to
simplicity, it attracts travelers to stay by picking
up a downshifting pace.
If you like the mountains and
water, come seek out the secluded Wanggu Waterfall and
the majestic Shifen Waterfall; if you are a railroad
...More
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