Explore Hakka traditional culture on this one-day trip from Hsinchu County.
- Ten-hour tour along the Hsinchu County
- Explore Hakka cultural experience
- English-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
From Hotel - Hexing Station Landscape Park - Taiwan Railway Experience: Neiwan Branch Railway Line (Hexing Station& Zhudong Station) - Zhudong Cultural & Creative Park - Hakka Traditional Market(Incl.3 kinds of Hakka food testing) - Historical and Culture Walking Tour at Beipu Old Street - Free and leisure (Lunch: Own arrangement) - Hakka Lei tea DIY experience - Seasonal Fruit Picking (Valued at NT$100 /person) - Return to Taipei City
* If Zhudong Traditonal Market is closed on travel date, other stops will be arranged.
- 【Hexing Railway Station】
The power of love that keeps the journey continues....A love story also made this station well known as the "Love Station"
- 【Neiwan Branch Railway Line】
First railway constructed by Taiwanese after Retrocession of Taiwan
- 【Zhudong Traditional Market】
The large Hakka traditional market in Taiwan over 60 years
- 【Xiao Rusong Art Park】
A beautiful Japanese style building which is belong to famous artists
- 【Beipu Old Street】
A Hakka touwnship in the west of Hsinchu County. Many buildings dated back to Qing dynasty and Japanese Colonial Era are still well preserved around the local belief center. Beipu Citian Temple is one of the historical buildings. Jin Guang Fu House not only functioned as an office in charge of land development but symbolized the cooperation between migrants from Guangdong and Fujian at that time. Its role is very similar to "The East India Company" in Western history
- 【Lei Tea】
Traditional Hakka dribk made by grinding pumpkin seeds, peanuts, sesame seeds, tea leaves and other food ingredients softly blended with hot water. Easy to make and nutrition-rich makes it like an energy drink to the Hakka people back in the old days.
- 【Seasonal Friiut Picking】
Taiwan is the "Kingdom of Friuts" Fresh friuts are available all year round. Get some freshly picked seasonal friut and bring them back home with warmth and hospitality of Hakka people.