TAIPEI (The China Post) — When it comes to Tainan, culinary delights such as savory rice puddings, beef soup and deep-fried sandwiches might be the first things that come to your mind.
In fact, Tainan has more than delicious foods to offer! Let’s find out what must-visit spots are there in Tainan.
Niupu Mudstone Water and Soil Conservation Educational Park
The park boasts many natural landscapes, including the fantasy lake and badlands.
The most stunning thing about this area is the landscape, which highly bears the resemblance of the surface of the moon. It is surrounded by a lake and hills consisting of chalk soil.
The view gets even more striking at dusk when you can see the reflection of the nearby scenery on the lake.
How to get there ：No. 10, Niupu, Longqi Dist., Tainan City
Cigu Salt Pan Wetland
The beauty of the Cigu Salt Pan Wetland is described as “a canvas forgotten by God.”
Without receiving rain for a long time, the seawater has evaporated due to the sun and has transformed into concentrated halogenated water and even salt.
Even during the pandemic lockdown, the dream of admiring colorful salt pan wetlands in person is still realizable in Taiwan! But make sure to check the weather forecast before visiting given that this is “sunny-day exclusive.”
How to get there ：No. 10, Xiliao, Qigu Dist., Tainan City
Ten Drum Cultural Village
Ten Drum Cultural Village was originally a sugar refinery during the Japanese colonial period. By adding elements of art, culture and creativity, the old refinery has turned into an amusement park with distinctive features.
Incorporating Ten Drum’s original Taiwanese drum music, the Ten Drum Cultural Village is Asia’s first drum-themed international art village. Thrilling yet fun facilities such as the skywalk, the 7-meter-tall Speedwheel, sky swings and rock climbing are all available in the village.
How to get there ：No. 326, Wenhua Rd., Rende Dist., Tainan City | Phone: 06-266-2225