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It’s been a while since my last visit (schoolmates reunion on Feb. 25) of my Home town. For whatever special occasion, it has “Hakka opera” right in front of the famous Temple. After having a great lunch at “The Old Street Hakka Flat Noodle”, we...More
Not being biased, my hometown, Beipu, is one of the prettiest places on earth. It has not been ruined by the over development. Actually, most of it remains natural, almost same as when I was a kid. It’s so pretty and has the one of...More
Nothing interesting except for some road side stalls selling street food of Hakka origin. There's a small temple at the end of the road. Must say that I enjoyed the oranges, Learned that those oranges with ugly (burnt) skins were the sweetest and most juicy.
As a local tourist, I couldn't feel the Hakka character in this township. Every store was too commercial and looked just alike any other old streets in Taiwan.
I quite like Hakka culture and food, but people here really have to think very hard on...More
We took the shuttle out. Travelled for an hour to get there each way, spent only two hours as there was not very much else to see, although of what was there, it was pleasant enough. Visit only if you have nothing else to do...More
The area is centered on an old Chinese temple that is frequented by tourists from Taipei especially on the weekends. There are street food stalls all over serving vegetables and fruits and every beverage and ready to eat food made with such fresh ingredients. The...More