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The Glass Maze is just amazing. Both Golden Tunnel and the Sea Tunnel are fascinating for all ages to visit. Make sure you put on gloves for touching the glass wall as you are inside the maze. It can be very confusing and might knock...More
Taiwan Glass Gallery,
It looks like a special shopping mall where only sells products making from glass. Coming there u will see beautiful glass things, and directly watch how they make glass bamboo, amazing.
The next place is the sea glass maze which 100NT ticket....More
Don't let some of the more mundane displays fool, you - there are some incredible specimens of glass art there, including an artsy replica of the narrow land in Lukang and a koi pond. The glass Mazu temple next door is amazing. Kids and adults...More
The location in the middle of an industrial area is not the most convenient, so you'll need a taxi to get there. Nevertheless the exhibition (2nd floor) is free and interesting with many beautiful glass artifacts. The 1st floor has different glassware shops, including one...More
Thought it would be that you could see how glass was being made, but they were just selling glass items. Noteworthy attraction was the Golden Maze inside the gallery, you have to pay an entrance fee of NTD100, and it was pretty interesting. Just outside...More
This is an interesting place. You can see a glass Temple and walk inside. To the left is an interesting gallery of things made of glass and Taiwan. For $100 you can go in this visually stimulating area get a free gift at the end...More
It's definitely interesting to see a temple made from glass, as it's certainly unique. But you really need to see it at night (or when it's dark) to get a real sense of it's creativity. If you do hang around until lights out, you're then...More
The Taiwan Glass Gallery is a place where one can adore the creativity and craftsmanship of the Taiwanese. The glass museum holds thousands of displays of figurines and sculptures that are made of glass. They also have a souvenir shop. They have activities for kids...More