|Fare||half day pass NT$250
one day pass NT$400
two day pass NT$700
|Where to buy||1.Booking online(http://www.kinmendiway.com)
2.7-ELEVEN ibon, FamilyMart FamiPort
3.Jincheng Station and Shanwai Station
4.Ticket on Bus,Juguang Fort, Kinmen Airport and Shuitou Piers Visitor Center
Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
The war museum at the right of the Xihung Banyan Garden was completed in 1988 on the 30th anniversary of the 823 Artillery War. It looks solemn with white walls, red pillars and green glass tiles.
On display outside the museum are fighter planes, tanks and cannons used during the wars. In the museum are historical documents of wars, data of military intelligence, and reports of warring status.
Qionglin Village is located to the north of central Kinmen, on the western slope of Taiwu Mountain, and is one of the representative traditional settlements in Kinmen. In the past, woods surrounded the settlement, people used to called it “Pingling”. In the Ming Dynasty, a local resident, Cai Xian-chen was appointed as an official at the court, and Emperor Xi Zong of the Ming Dynasty named the place “Qionglin,” a name by which the place is still known to this day.
Being the largest village at the time, the structure and layout of this settlement is preserved well. During both the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty, many local residents passed the government examination and became officials. Therefore, people called it the “Seven Shrines and Eight Ancestral Temples.” Now, its clan system and ancestral worship ceremonies are still preserved in good and complete condition.