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Honestly! I had to spend 1h10 into the bus to get there! and the last bus left at 18:10! what for... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
0rion
Interesting destination

Made the hour long journey from the Tainan city centre to Cigu Salt Mountain, a man made mountain... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Blue_Man_Alejandro
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Feb 26, 2018
“What's interesting there?”
Sep 6, 2017
“Interesting destination”
About
The Taiwan Salt Company has turned a four-story-high pile of salt into a tourist attraction.
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66, YenCheng Village, | Chigu, Tainan, Taiwan
Beimen Area II
Website
+886 6 780 0511
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Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

I was planning on visiting this mountain of salt, however I found all the salt I need on crypto Twitter. #cryptotwitter #CT

Thank David H
Reviewed 27 February 2018

Honestly! I had to spend 1h10 into the bus to get there! and the last bus left at 18:10! what for? for a mountain of "salt" black of air pollution... anyway, it's my opinion, but nothing very amazing there!

Thank 0rion
Reviewed 2 January 2018

Wasn't expecting much when I planned this but the view was spectacular! Walk up the mountain if you can and you will be able to see the beautiful surroundings. Be careful when walking as it can get rather slippery.

1  Thank jastan87
Reviewed 29 November 2017

Spend long journey for a hill not even a mountain. Nothing special. Time is better spend else where!

Thank TravellerSand
Reviewed 3 October 2017

It's more of a very small hill rather than a mountain. The best thing about being there is in your photos it will look like a snowy mountain, which if you go in the middle of summer is a kind of fun thing. There are...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Tainan is not short of interesting places, so this one is better skipped – unless you fancy climbing up a dirty black hill of salt…

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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Made the hour long journey from the Tainan city centre to Cigu Salt Mountain, a man made mountain left behind by Operators of a salt factory. The reason for the visit was more out of intrigue but in hindsight, I should have visited one of...More

Thank Blue_Man_Alejandro
Reviewed 23 August 2017

We came here in July, very hot. Kids not willing to walk and see. Better to come in autum or winter, so visitors may enjoy and willing to walk around.

Thank cora3181
Reviewed 30 July 2017

The first time I visited 12 years ago, this place was impressive. The salt mountain was white and stood high against the blue sky. Now, it is about 70% of the previous size that I remember, and it is a dirty brown color. Some of...More

Thank TonyCoolidge
Reviewed 18 April 2017

The trip is primarily to see the man-made mountain of salt. We were told that it used to be that one scales the salt mountain. Now the stair is topped with a layer of fiber glass for easy footing and protecting the steps against erosion...More

1  Thank William V
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Nearby
Beimen Area II
This part is the more populous and busier district
along the coast in western Tainan. It was one of the
places where the Siraya people, Taiwan’s plains
aborigines called home. Extending from Jiali, Soulangh
Cultural Park is the centre of culture and art in the
area. The exhibitions in the warehouses at the sugar
refinery integrates local culture.
The Ye Wang Koji
...More
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