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Blueprint Cultural and Creative Park

No. 2, Lane 689, Sec. 1, Ximen Road, South Dist., Tainan 702, Taiwan
+886 6 222 7195
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very close to the hotel we stayed at

We had a very large dinner near the hotel we were staying at (Silks Place Hotel) and decided to go... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Combatfisher
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Taipei, Taiwan
Great place to hang around

This small "village" was designated as arts attraction places. lots of mural wall arts, handicraft... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
eddie l
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Kuala lumpur
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4 weeks ago
“very close to the hotel we stayed at”
5 weeks ago
“Great place to hang around”
About
Blueprint Cultural & Creative Park (BCP) was once called "the First Judicial New Village." It was the dormitory for the employees of the Tainan Prison, the Tainan Detention Center, the High Court Tainan Branch Court, and the Tainan High Prosecutors...more
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Hours Today: 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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No. 2, Lane 689, Sec. 1, Ximen Road, South Dist., Tainan 702, Taiwan
Nanguan Area
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+886 6 222 7195
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a very large dinner near the hotel we were staying at (Silks Place Hotel) and decided to go for a walk. We just happened to cross the street to the Blueprint Cultural and creative park. It was a nice place to shop around,...More

Thank Combatfisher
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This small "village" was designated as arts attraction places. lots of mural wall arts, handicraft works, nice coffee and pleasant place to relax and hang around. Nearby got many food and shop lot. Spending good time here with family

Thank eddie l
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Reviewed October 15, 2017

The area was renewed as a cultural hub where lots of new and special local shops rooted in there. You can experience the unique culture with different type of shops: food, art, handcraft and so on.... Also a good place for photos.

Thank Chi Sum H
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Reviewed August 23, 2017

It is composed of a few alleys, with shops and eatries. Visitors may spend 1 -2 hours leisurely walk and shop around. Better to come at evening, not so hot.

Thank cora3181
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Reviewed May 12, 2017 via mobile

Went on a Sunday late morning , hardly any shops open , but by 1 o'clock the place had woken up ! Nice unique small shops and a silver jewellery workshop/shop , toys, ceramics etc. A couple of places to eat , a good place...More

Thank perfectopasta
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Reviewed February 21, 2017

This place my visit when come to tainan..it just near the shinkong shopping mall.. don't forget to try the ice cream there..

Thank philipj0hn
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Reviewed January 6, 2017

A fairly small place but nice for an evening stroll. Some cute creative shops and lovely creative atmosphere.

1  Thank Janine N
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Reviewed December 28, 2016

I visited the area during night time on a weekend. The crowd was manageable and it wasn't packed with many tourists. It was a small, yet lovely little attraction, quaint shops selling little handmade souvenirs (not cheap though!). There were a few photo-taking spots there...More

1  Thank Doreen N
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Reviewed October 5, 2016

It's not a huge place but there are a decent number of shops showcasing various unique locally designed and made objects. What's especially gratifying is that the people tending the shops take genuine pride in what they're selling.

1  Thank ulujungleboy
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Reviewed April 5, 2016

It's a cultural & creative park that worth to spend 1 ~ 2 hours in a lazy evening. There are a lot of unique and creative shops at the area, and some decorations, art , murals that will catch your eye balls and kill your...More

1  Thank laikaum
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Nanguan Area
Moving southward from Tainan’s city centre, you will
arrive at Nanguan Area. People converged in the South
District, Rende District, and Gueiren District forming
a community as well as a shopping district. The South
District is also a military airbase, and has naturally
developed a culture unique to military kindred
community with a focus on Shueijiaoshe. If you want to
know more about the military kindred community, you
...More
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