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A cow farming area with cows that produce milks for numbers of dairy products. At the visitors center there is a cafe selling the produce from the farm such as fresh milk, yogurt, cheese cake, ice cream, steamed bun. Besides is a souvenirs shops.
Went there on 09 Dec 2016. It took more than 1 hour drive from Hualien City central. Gone there thinking the kids can get a chance to experience milking cows.
Only 2 osterich and a few cows. Very small farm with a small cafe. Nearby...More
Nice place to chillout and enjoy some fresh air when in Hualien, we did it as part of our tour. However, do note that the mossies are nasty in November, so go armed with insect repellent. We loved the milk coffee, fresh milk and cheesecake!...More
You will be disappointed if you are expecting big farm with animals running around. In order to manage the hygiene levels of their dairy products, the cows are kept separately.
Tried the dairy products, the milk, ice cream & the mantou (bun) are amazingly good!...More
it was a waste of time to cycle out to this farm from the train station. There were a few cows here and there; plus, and ostrich. The cafe happened to be close - so, no ice-cream, milk or refreshments to be had. I found...More
Very nice ice milk tea, cheese cake, milk pudding and mantou. If you are coming down from hualien or taipei, suggest that u stay overnight in ruisui because it is not worth travelling 3 hours just for this.
Not particular interested in animals so wouldn't have bothered if not because we had a driver and it was near our accomodation in ruisui. We were the first visitors. Had a filling breakfast set at NTD135 which included really very fresh smelling and rich tasting...More
The farm has nothing but a few cows and 2 ostriches. All you can have there are dairy products which I believe you don't have to travel all the way there to get them. Rui Sui has extremely limited food options as well and would...More