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The Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center was opened in 2001. It was built over the former Shishan Elementary School and designed to retain the Hakka style. In addition to the facilities, the restaurant, Xixin Tea House is appended to the Visitor Center, offering dining and refreshment services to the public.
Beipu Old Street have always been one of Taiwan’s famous attraction spot because it has rich culture and resources of Hakka people and aboriginal tribes. Beipu Old Street’s building has more than 160 years of history which it witness the development of the inner mountain area during the late Cing Dynasty. The old historical building also represents the friendly connection between Taiwanese (Southern Fujian) and Hakka. Many visitors came to Beipu Old Street to find the delicious local goods such as dried persimmons, local tea and Hakka snacks. Long-Yuan Bakery has over hundred years of business history in Beipu which sell the greatest dried persimmons, moon cake, yam pastry and taro pastry. Hakka people are particular about planting and harvesting their local tea with quality and they generally serves these tea to their special guest. One of the important dishes in Hakka culture is the Ban-Tiao Noodle and visitor may find this tasty noodle at Old Street Ban-Tiao. Beipu Old Street has many bakeries, restaurants and tea shops with over ten years of business history that gave them the excellent reputation in Taiwan.
Invested by Hsinchu government, Zhudong Anime Park located nearby Zhudong train station. It is the base of Taiwan anime industry where combine local culture, creative anime and entertainment lifestyle.
Xiao Ru-Song Art Park is the memorial of Xiao Ru-Song who was born in 1922 and pass away in 1992, die at the age of 70. He received many awards and was the important watercolorist after war time in Taiwan. His collection of paintings had been gathered in this park where become the exhibition for people to admire the great artist.
Jhubei City Kuang Ming Commercial District is nearby to Cultural Bureau of Hsinchu County Government. This place gathers all kinds of famous local foods from street foods, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, to high-end restaurants, all you can find in this place.
Wen, Lin-Ge temple is the antique temple, also called Wenchang Temple. It is the largest Wenchang Temple in Taiwan. Many students will come to here to worship successful study before examination.
At the breaking dawn, hundreds of street vendors gathered at Zhoneyang Market to start their day. Fresh vegetables, fruits, daily use, antiques, all you can find is in the market and it is the largest Hakka traditional market in Hsinchu county. From Ren Ai street to Qi Lin road, hundreds of traditional local foods are there for you to stop and try!
The Green World Farm area is over 70 hectares where is known as the largest eco-park in Asia. This park contains six themes, including Swan Lake, Butterfly Ecological Park, Discovery Land Area, Bird Ecological Park, Water Plants Park, and Biodiversity Adventure and many other activities. A wonderful place for parents and children to explore the diversity animals and plants.
Oriental Beauty Tea Museum is not only a place for tea tasting but also for visitors to learn how the tea is made. This museum also collected many tea making tools and antique. The nearby tea garden and history relics are the scenic spots for visitors to recognize Bei Pu.
THSR Hsinchu Station (Liujia Train Station) is the most unique one among all the THSR stations. And it was awarded the prize of Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2002. Using the wafer and glass design elements for inside and outside and the arc-shaped roof was taken the idea from Hakka’s circular building elements called “Wei Long Wu”. The architecture combines local traditional building and modern technology element, which brings people mixed aesthetic. The whole building was completed in 2006.