Tongluo Tea Factory
Located in Tongluo Township, Miaoli County, Tongluo Tea Factory is a well-known Hakka tea factory. The tea factory and its tea garden stand on the green hillside, surrounded by… More
Zhudong Market
Located in Zhudong Township, Hsinchu County, Zhudong Market is the largest traditional Hakka market in Taiwan. Zhudong Market is recognized as a market that has nice food, good… More
Chuhuangkeng Historic Trail
Located in Miaoli County, the Chuhuangkeng Historic Trail (出磺坑古道), also known as the Chuyun Historic Trail (出雲古道), is 1.8 kilometers long. The steep slope gives hikers a work out,… More
Tongluo Bikeway
The Tongluo Bikeway, located in Jiuhu Village, Tongluo Township, Miaoli County, was opened in 2008. More
Taoyuan Tableland and Ponds
Taoyuan has a reputation of being the hometown of a thousand ponds. The late Taiwanese director Chi Po-lin overlooked the city from a high altitude during his lifetime of doing… More
Raknus Selu Trail
The name of Raknus Selu Trail is a mixture of minority languages. Raknus is the term used by the Saisiyat and Atayal tribes to refer to “camphor tree,” and “Selu” means “ More
Neiwan Village, Hsinchu
Neiwan Village is located in Hengshan Township, Hsinchu County. The local residents are mainly Hakkas. Neiwan Old Street’s nostalgic charm has sparked tourism in recent years,… More
Hakka Settlement in Beipu, Hsinchu
Beipu is a Hakka township in the west of Hsinchu County. During the Qing Dynasty, it had a mixed population comprising of people from the Saisiya indigenous tribe and the Plains… More
Shihciang Village, Gongguan Township, Miaoli County
Shihciang Village, located in Gongguan Township of Miaoli County, is a classic Hakka settlement. Its development history can be traced back to the time when early ancestors from… More
Daxi Old Street
In the past, Daxi was the earliest developed region in Taoyuan. It had advanced waterway transportation. Through merchant vessels from Dahan River (大漢溪) to Tamsui River (淡水河) in… More