Changhua Things to Do

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  • 1. Baguashan

    Although you are unlikely to get lost in Baguashan Park it is a good idea to take a photo of the map on your camera or I-pad just to remind you of what attractions that you want to visit. There are...

  • 2. Railway Roundhouse

    Between the office where you ha e to show your I.D. and the roundhouse there are two interesting looking robots that have been made from old engine parts. Next to them is a sign with a diagram...

  • 3. Guanyin Pavilion

    Guanyin Pavilion or Kiahua Temple was built by Tan Ching-Cheng , the chief magistrate of Changhua County in 1724. It was actually the very first temple that was constructed in Changhua County. During...

  • 4. Confucius Temple

    I was waling back from Baguashan to the bus station when i passed Confucius Temple and according to my guidebook it was one of the oldest Confucian temples in Taiwan but nobody seemed to be around. I...

  • 5. Fountain

    Outside Changhua Station there is a large plaza that contains 15 fountains, two are large choreographed fountains, the rest are a lot smaller. The large central fountain has a water jet on top and...

  • 6. Cultural Affairs Bureau

    There is absolutely no reason to go here but i walked past it on the way to see the Big Buddha which is nearby. I had just got off the bus from Lukang and i could see the Big Buddha on a nearby hill...

  • 7. Flower countryside

    Tien-Wei, my hometown is flower country. The most local people plant flowers and trees for life. The flowers that you see in Jian-Kuao Flower Market in Taipei...

  • 8. New Baikuo Shan Amusement Park (·s¦ÊªG¤s¹C¼Ö°Ï)

    The park is one of the tablelands of Pakuashan (The Eight Diagrams Mountain), There are facilities of B.B.Q. site, Mountain training plant, Electric Amusement...

  • 9. Wenwu Temple (chinese: ¤åªZ¼q)

    Lugang Wenkai School is right the Wenchang Emperor Shrine to be called Wentsz (Civil Shrine) for short, also called Wumyau (Military Temple). It's the place of...

  • 10. Tyanhou Temple (chinese: ¤Ñ¦Z®c)

    Lugang Tyanhou Temple was built in the 3rd year of Yungjeng in Ching dynasty, dedicated to Madzu. It's said that General Shi Lang brought the Madzu's statue...

  • 11. Taiwan Folk Village (chinese: ¥xÆW¥Á«U§ø)

    It's a large scale of multiplex holiday resort with sorts of subject parks. It includes mountain forest scenery area; Natural education area of various animals...

  • 12. Confucius Temple (chinese: ¤Õ¼q)

    Changhua Confucius Temple was built in 1726 more than 200 years ago, ranked as class-1 ancient remains. The present Confucius Temple rebuilt through the...

  • 13. Lungshan Temple (chinese: Às¤s¦x)

    Lungshan Temple in Lukang, built in the end of Ming Dynasty, was repaired and moved to the present place during the years of Chyanlung in Ching dynasty. Lushan...

  • 14. Buddha

    Changhua is best known for its landmark statue of the Buddha. At 26 metres tall, the statue sits atop Bagua Mountain overlooking the city.

  • 15. Mt. Pakuashan (chinese: ¤K¨ö¤s°ê®a­·´º°Ï)

    Mt. Pakuashan (The Eight Diagrams Mountain), a scenery area located in Chang-hua town. It is famous with the huge buddha statue.

  • 16. Half-side Well (in Lukang)

    The well built one half outside of the house because at the old timer it can serve the thirsty visitors passby. This is a typical construction design at Lukang...

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