|Fare||Price is calculated by section. Price for each sectiom:Full price NT$18；Price is calculated by section：Cigu Salt MountainTaiwan Salt Museum, Cigu Salt Mountain|
|Where to buy||TRA Tainan Station-Ticket service in KaoHsiung Bus Station or ticket on BusWe accept: cash, easy card, ipass|
|Service Hotline||Tainan City Government Tourism Development Section department Tel:+886-6-3901175Tainan Bus Tel:+886-6-2219177Service Hour: 09:00~17:00|
Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
|Estimated time||Stop||Recommended activities||remarks|
|60 minutes||Sicao Eco-Park||Enjoy Sicao Mangrove Green Tunnel by bamboo raft.|
|120 minutes||Anping Castle||Enjoy Anping old street, Anping Sword-lion, Tainan snacks, Anping Castle, Anping Tree House, Mazu Temple and so on.|
|60minutes||Qigu Salt Mountain||Climb Salt Mountain and taste savory popsicles.|
|Enjoy Yongle Market and gourmet food in Guohua Street.|
The salt mountain that looks like a snow mountain from distance was originally the place for Taiwan Salt Corporation to pile salt. No matter when, there are always two high and big mountains there. Artists also call them the north mountain and the south mountain. The salt mountain with a height of almost 4 floors, Taiwan Salt Corporation did not open it for tourists to climb in the past and tourists could only stand at the mountain foot and looked up. Then Taiwan Salt Corporation built many stairs by the mountain so that tourists can climb up along the stairs. You will never experience the huge salt mountain until you climb to the top and look far into the distance. Qigu Salt Mountain (Qingkunshen) has become the local scenic wonder. Tourists can go to there from Provincial Highway No.17 and the address is No. 66, Yancheng Village.
Wu Garden was built in the eighth or ninth year of the Daoguang Emperor (1828 or 1829), salt magnate Wu Shangxi bought and built his estate to the north of the garden in He Bin. Today, inside the garden there is phony mountains, pond, Chinese-style arbors, and stone corridor. Before taking a 15minute walk to Sakam Tower grab some delicious Tainan snacks first!
Sihcao Wetland Ecology
Wetlands exist between water territory and land and always flooded by tides and inundation. Normally we can divide them into coastal wetland and inland wetland. Taijiang Ecology belongs to coastal wetland that created by the ocean tides.
In 1624, Dutch built the first fort in Anping, Taiwan, called "Fort Zeelandia", now known as Anping Fort, where has been the administrative center of the Dutch regime, and the hub for trading. The building was originally constructed in square inner fortress and rectangle outer walls. In 1661, the fort was renamed as Anping to commemorate his home town when Guoxingye (Cheng Cheng-Kung) has driven the Dutch out of Taiwan. Therefore, Fort Zeelandia was also known as "King's Fort" or "Taiwan Fort", nicknamed Anping Fort.
There is also the country's most spectacular monument of the most unique group of Royal Turtle Monument, Five poems written by the Qianlong, writing in Manchu and Chinese engraving on the monument to commemorate Lin Shuang-wen events.
In addition to the site's architectural and artistic significance, its library of dictionaries and business transactions documents the Siraya language spoken by the native inhabitants of the region during Dutch rule.
Luerhmen Hotain Temple is the central belief and religion of the community. During the year the temple held many events and one of the famous is the Luerhmen Hotain Temple Culture Festival. Inside the temple there is Zheng Chengong’s historical display which shows the respect of history and culture from the temple.
Luerhmen Shengmu Temple has 6060 square meter area and its design was imitated from China’s Forbidden City. Every year the temple will held an international fireworks show and ten other event to celebrate the Lantern Festival.
The glistening pyramid situated by the Salt Mountains is Taiwan's first “salt”-themed museum, the Taiwan Salt Museum. Inside, there is a realistic salt pan diorama as well as the most complete collection of books and cultural relics pertaining to the salt industry in Taiwan. Here you can also learn what the salt industry is like around the world by visiting the “Salt Mine in Poland” and the “Well-Salt in Sichuan” exhibits. In addition, the “World’s Salt” section displays all the salt-related products that are important in your daily life. If you’re tired from the journey, try the local specialty “salt coffee,” which has a rich and distinctive aroma, yet isn’t quite salty. You can also purchase other salt products here.