Blue Dye Experience begins from 1000 to 1600 every weekend. Accepts only reservations for group over 20 on weekdays and closed on Monday.
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super fun!This is a great activity to include along with a stroll on SanXia's old street. Cost is super reasonable, staff friendly and while we were traveling with friends who speak Chinese I really think you ...
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Taishan Up Temple
Taishan Top Temple enshrines the Xian Ying Zu Shi Deity. In 1985, it was declared a municipal historic monument. In 1853 (year 3 of Emperor Xianfeng’s reign), the Quanzhang Armed Conflict erupted and Fushan Temple was burned to the ground by people from Zhangzhou; subsequently Fu-chi Li (grandson of Hsu-yuan Li) donated a plot of land to rebuild the temple and renamed it “Taishan Temple”, also known as “Top Temple” or “Taishan Top Temple”. Since it is located on the mountainside of Mt. Qizaijiao, it is sometimes referred to as “Qizaijiao Temple”. Later, another Taishan Temple was constructed on Mingzhi Road at the foot of the mountain, hence there are now two Taishan Temples, and Taishan Top Temple is also called “Qizaijiao Old Temple”.
Bali Left Bank Park
Left Bank Park is on the left bank of the Tamsui River. It is 280 M long and features Left Bank Conference Hall, Left Bank Pier and the Old Banyan Pillbox. The expansive park has a river view and it is on the Bali Left Bank Bike Trail continuum and there are plenty of places to rent a bicycle.