Beinan Cultural Park
Beinan Cultural Park is the first archeological park in Taiwan. The park preserves the National Beinan Archeological Site. The Beinan Cultural Park has also restored a habitat that’s indigenous to Taiwan. Visitors can get a chance to see archeological remains and an ancient moon-shaped stone pillar. There is also an exhibition hall showcasing prehistoric Beinan culture, recreations of prehistoric houses and traditional indigenous buildings. The park also has a visitor center, a restaurant, and an observation deck. The Beinan Cultural Park is home to both cultural significance and natural beauty.
- Exhibition Hall
- Public toilets
- Observation Deck
- Bus station
- Commentary briefing
Archeological parkIt is a huge archeological park near Taitung station. (Taitung station is not in downtown, but about 6 Km afar from the center.) As I arrived in Taitung, I first visited this site. It is a very pleasant outdoor attraction, but there was few tourists on that day. The entrance to museum costs NT$30, but the park area is free to enter.
Not much to seeBeinan Culture Park is yer another spacious green area in Taitung. It’s one of the few attractions near the train station. It’s bit of a stretch to call it a “cultural” park as the grounds are just a park. There are two house models of the indigenous people and an excavation site that barely looks like an area where a structure once stood. It’s bit of a walk just to see those three things within the grounds. This is definitely not worth going out of the way to see.
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A wonder walk without crowd!A place without crowd to learn and observe about the perservations of aboriginal Beinan tribe. We went early in the morning and enjoyed the fresh air.
A Quiet Walk in the ParkI visited this park in the early morning around 9am, just a 10 minute walk from the TRA train station. It was largely quiet save for a few individuals taking a walk in the park or capturing some photos of the nice scenery. It's a place to catch some fresh air and the bright morning sun. There are a few exhibits (scattered some distance apart from each other) of re-created Neolitic settlements, that were previously found in this area. There is also an area which showcases the actual settlements that were dug up by archaeologists. Overall, a nice stroll without having to jostle with any crowd. Good place to bring children to as well given the vast expanse of space, even though there are no food options here from what I see.
Just a park.Just a park with large greenery for picnics and morning walk. Its nearby to train station. Nothing much to write home about.
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