Natural stone sculptural park
No.500, Sec.1, Sung Jhiang Rd., Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C
Open all day
Taitung Art Museum is the first county art museum in Taiwan. Images of natural resources of Taitung are blended into the museum’s overall architectural concept,which includes two major exhibition halls “Song of the Mountains” and “Dance of the Sea”. Through pure art and hands-on experience,it is a cultural sanctuary that provides Taitung residents a place for ideas exchange and learning
No.350,Jhejiang Road, Taitung City, Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C
089-330252 (reservation advanced is required)
The 280-hectare Taitung Forest Park at the end of Jhongshan Road is nicknamed “Black Forest”by Taitung residents for its immense dark beefwood trees. In the woods lies a serene lake fed by the gushing spring at the estuary of Beinan Creek,called Pipa (Chinese lute) Lake,because it has the shape of two connected water bodies,a small one and a large one. The scenic Pipa Lake is a habitat of aquatic animals and plants,and by the lake are a viewing platform and a cabin that overlooks the waterfowl. Visitors may enjoy the lake view on either bike routes or slat walks.
No. 300,Huatai Road,Taitung City, Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C
Jialulan Recreation Area is near the 157.7km point of No.11 Provincial Highway. Here is not far from Siaoyeliou Scenic Area. Formerly as the waste soil site when the air force constructed Jhihhang base airport, it was planned by the East Coast National Scenic Area Administration and later developed in ecological engineering methods. Now it has become a quite popular recreation area. Its annually held handicraft marketplace also receives a fervent response. No wonder Jialulan Recreation Area has become both a natural and artistic coast.
Go north for one kilometer from Fugang Fishery Harbor, Taitung City, Taitung County, Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C
Baoting is the old name for this area,and the Baoting Art and Culture Center,consisting of 4 large 6-room wooden houses,was once the mayor’s residence and the town hall dormitory during Japanese rule. In 2000,the then county chief magistrate initiated a reservation project by inviting Japanese carpenters to help with renovation and transformed it into an area for various art and culture activities as well as the indigenous handicrafts showroom. The outer walls were torn down so that the space might extend and become one with its neighboring community.
No.184,Jhongshan Rd., Taitung City,Taiwan, Taitung City, Taitung County
週二到週日AM9:00 – PM12:00 PM2:00 – PM5:00
Romantic evenings can be enjoyed at nearby Tiehua Music Village. The singers give natural and moving performances and there is also an art market to browse; enjoy life at a leisurely pace here while listening to the most beautiful voices in Taiwan.
No.26,Ln. 135,Sinsheng Rd.,Taitung City, Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C
After the South Link Line was open to vehicular traffic, the volume of freight and passengers was too large more than what Taitung old station could handle. Thus it was faced with the fate of abolishment as the new station was under construction. In order to preserve the significantly meaningful old railway over the past 80 years, Taitung Railway Art Village is thus established to keep memories of railway culture. This art village maintains the original appearance of the railway bureau at that time, having the nation’s only triangle turnaround loop and Kuanghua Express. In the porch, there are modern installation artistic works and old-fashioned railroad reflecting each other. Rail enthusiasts and photography lovers shall never miss here.
No.369,Tiehua Rd.,Taitung City,Taitung County, Taitung City, Taitung County Taiwan, R.O.C