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DIY and shopping at AGRIOZ YiLan

My Daughter (15) and I had a great time with the DIY, as it's with the candied fruits that my wife... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2017
LawrenceFu
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Singapore
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Quaint place and a relaxing visit

Agrioz Candied Fruit Museum is a quaint factory-museum-cafe place. We visited this place on a... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2017
Mark G
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Singapore
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Dec 22, 2017
“DIY and shopping at AGRIOZ YiLan”
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No.33 Meizhou 2nd Road, Yilan City, Yilan City, Taiwan
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+886 3 928 5758
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Reviewed 21 March 2017

Agrioz Candied Fruit Museum is a quaint factory-museum-cafe place. We visited this place on a weekday afternoon and it was serenely quiet. Our cab driver informed that a second generation had taken over this place and renovated it, and it was rather telling. There is...More

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Reviewed 22 December 2017 via mobile

My Daughter (15) and I had a great time with the DIY, as it's with the candied fruits that my wife like to eat. We also shopped at the gift shop and found some other preserved fruits and cakes. Tip: this is a good stop...More

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Reviewed 14 December 2017 via mobile

Good for bonding with your family but duration is short. spent about 30mins or less to do the acivity and is rather simple. paid NT$150 per person to do and bring home a bottle of the DIY but must consumed within 10 days

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Reviewed 21 March 2017

Agrioz Candied Fruit Museum is a quaint factory-museum-cafe place. We visited this place on a weekday afternoon and it was serenely quiet. Our cab driver informed that a second generation had taken over this place and renovated it, and it was rather telling. There is...More

3  Thank Mark G
Reviewed 1 February 2017

We have visited this place couple times before, never disappointed, they always have new stuff for us to learn, to taste their candied kumquart. It is a very pleasant to spend 2 hours here in the shop and cafe. No public transportation, you need a...More

Thank Kathy583
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

The place to get Kumquat tarts, or only place. Diy activity for kids. Inaccessible by public transport.

Thank minikiikii
Reviewed 20 December 2016

The factory part is relatively brief and mainly shown as pictures instead of real life views of the production, but I really enjoyed the DIY candied kumquart class! It's easy and you know how to re-do it at home after a 20 minute session. The...More

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Reviewed 5 November 2016

This is more a preserved fruit store. There is no viewing of production. There is a cafe and a space for you to DIY preserved mandarin oranges. That again is just shaking a container of fruits and sugar. Not a must go.

Thank RightAngle
Reviewed 22 February 2016

A small factory for visitors to see and experience how the Kumquats are made. You can finish this place in less than an hour. Some unique spots for photo taking! The place to dine, make and see all things kumquat! Things to see include: 1)...More

Thank minikiikii
Reviewed 24 October 2015

It's fun for us to have the DIY candied fruit class, especially for kids. It is easy, fun and memorial. The candied kamquats are yummy.

Thank Borb_laib
Reviewed 11 July 2015 via mobile

This place really gave us lots of information about kumquats. We were taught to made preserved kumquats ourselves and we got to keep them as souvenirs. Besdies the DIY, there was a store where we could buy local stuff like kumquat tea, various forms of...More

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I heard the DIY for kid is free but some say is NT150, which is correct ?
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