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Built in 1665, the temple served as Taiwan’s first official school; also know as School Temple.
1 minute by walk
Located diagonally across from the Tayih Landis Hotel, the site was originally the old living quarters for the law court offices, but has been new life as the Blueprint Creative Park, and is now filled with many stylishly distinctive shops and artisanal workshops. With murals and graffiti by many international street artists, including the iconic “Three-Dimensional Blueprint Art Installation,” the Blueprint Creative Park has become one of Tainan’s most popular spots for travel photography.
5 minutes by car
What made Hayashi Department Store famous at that time was the elevator in the store. It was one of the first places in southern Taiwan that had a modern elevator. For people in Tainan the elevator was both a curiosity as well as fashionable attraction.
10 minutes by car
The largest night market in Tainan, similar to Shiling night Market in Taipei, is a distinctive night market. Garden night market with nearly 400 booths, is the most famous tourist night market in Tainan. Opens Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays.
7 minutes by car
15 minutes by car
The original warehouse for British trading company, Tait & Co. Its aerial roots and tree branches wrapped around the building’s surface creates an unusual sight.
5 minutes by car
Built by the Dutch in 1650, previously known as Fort Provintia. Since 1945, the historical site has been known as “Chihkan Tower”, derived from the aboriginal village name recorded by the Dutch as “Chaccam”. The fort has preserved its beautiful double eaves and xieshan roof.
25 minutes by car
Sicao Green Tunnel passes through the river mangrove, also known as the mini Amazon River.
50 minutes by car
Built during the 23rd year of the reign of Jiacing in the Qing dynasty (A.D. 1818), the Jingzaijiao Tiled Salt Fields were formerly known as Laidong Salt Fields.The site was originally a barren desert. The name, Jiingzaijiao, was essentially derived from this particular landscape formation. Under the sunshine, the Pottery Salt Pan displays a resplendent, mosaic like pattern. These features make it a unique cultural landscape of the homeland of salt. Today, it has become an excellent site for tourists to experience salt drying.
Black-faced Spoonbill is one almost extinct bird in the world and protected by regulation. In 2003, Bird-Watching Association counts out almost one hundred Black-faced Spoonbills flying from the northeast area of Korea or Mainland China on every Oct. to stay in the mouth of Qigu Cengwen River for winter over. Black-faced Spoonbill would fly here on every Sep. and Oct. and leave on next Mar. to May, visitors could observe more migrant birds in winter.
25 minutes by car
Luermen (Lùěrmén, literally “deer ear gate”), was a principal gateway to Taiwan for much of its early settlement. By the end of the Dutch period, silting had choked up the harbors at Anping and Chikan leading to Luermen’s rise as the gateway port.
Ten Drum Culture Village was originally Taiwan Sugar Corporation , now is the first drumming Art Village combining with sports, entertainment and natural ecology.
While Tainan has never been short on tourist sites, historic relics, and focused mini-museums, a grand museum was definitely what the city needed. The National Museum of Taiwan History has filled that void and given tourists a place to gain a broad overview of the island’s history and culture all in one spectacular location.
8 minutes by car
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature is a museum located in Tainan, Taiwan. It opened in 2003. The museum researches, catalogs, preserves, and exhibits literary artifacts. As part of its multilingual, multi-ethnic focus, it holds a large collection of local works in Taiwanese, Japanese, Mandarin and Classical Chinese.Tainan was chosen for its historical significance as a cultural center. The museum is housed in the Tainan Prefecture government building , itself a national historical monument. The building was constructed in 1916 during the Japanese rule of Taiwan.
20 minutes by car
The Chimei Museum is a private museum established in 1992 by the Chi Mei Corporation in Rende District, Tainan, Taiwan. The museum's collection is divided into five categories: Western Art (including painting, sculpture, decorative arts and period furniture); Musical instruments; Natural history; Arms and armor; Antiquities and artifacts.