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Openspace13 is two buildings with 3 rooms and 3 sets of restroom, especially for backpacker to live in. the location is in the central of Lukang town, convenient for sightseeing by walking 10 mins, and easy to find the free parking lot along the...more
On Sunday afternoon I went for a visit with my son and granddaughters, the temple was solemn; we had a little something to eat and walked around sightseeing all the small shops along many streets. It's a nice ride for the whole family!!
If you have a day off in Taichung area, I strongly recommend you to visit Lugang. Now it is a small town, but once it was one of the most important ports of Taiwan. There are many temples and narrow lanes. It is really lovely.
I took a public bus from Changhua City (about 35 minutes) to Lukang. Armed with a good map (essential for exploring Lukang), I set out to cover as much of this outdoor museum as possible. While most of Lukang is like any other small city...More
When visiting here, you can immediately feel the richness of history and smell the past . As one of the most important harbors in the ancient Taiwan, Lukang was Taiwan's second largest city after current Tainan and was larger than Bangka (now a district of...More
This is a great place to experience what the ancient Chinese culture must have felt like: An historical old town, many traditional artisan workshops and lots of old temples - a wonderful place to spend a day or two andjust stroll around.
Our second visit to Lukang was even better than our first. We saw the old temples and historic streets again, but this time instead of just walking we took an electric pedicab tour (100nt/per person for a half-hour). The driver was lively and friendly and...More
Lukang old street is a nice place to explore - old houses, street food, vendors selling all kind of things from tea to dried fish roe etc. We were there on a Sunday and usually on Sundays, if you're lucky, you'll bump into a religious...More
You can wander through the various markets and alleys, getting lost in the sea of people. Sea food and meat are popular among the vendors, though you can also get fried mushrooms, candy-coated strawberries, and cotton candy, which are all delicious. The older parts of...More