Northern Pingtung Shuttle Bus

Pingtung Bus Station(屏東站) to Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park(原民文化園區):
Pingtung Bus Station(屏東站)=>Linluo Sport Park(麟洛運動公園)=>Liudui Hakka Cultural Park(六堆客家園區)=>National Pingtung University of Science and Technology(屏科大)=>Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park(原民文化園區)


Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park(原民文化園區) to Pingtung Bus Station(屏東站):
Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park(原民文化園區)=>National Pingtung University of Science and Technology(屏科大)=>Liudui Hakka Cultural Park(六堆客家園區)=>Linluo Sport Park(麟洛運動公園)=>Pingtung Bus Station(屏東站)

Tickets and Transport Information

Fare Charge by meteredNT$ 79 / one way
Where to buy 1.Ticket on Bus2.We accept: cash, easy card, ipass
Service Hotline Pingtung County Government Construction Department and Traffic Division Tel: +886-8-7320415 Ext.3373 Pingtung Bus TRANSPORTATION CO.,LTD. Tel: +886-8-7237131 Service Hour: 08:00~17:00

Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
1. Carrying folding bikes on the bus is allowed.
2. Please observe the following rules when carrying folding bikes:
(1) You should put the folding bike in a bike bag.
(2)Put it in the luggage compartment for free.

Guidelines for carrying pets on the bus:
1. You need to pay half fare for each pet carried on the bus. But they should not take any seat.
2. Guide dogs must be allowed on the buses to safeguard the rights of the people with visual impairment. All guide dogs can ride on the buses for free. As most guide dogs are huge, they are suggested to sit by the doors. 

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Related scenic spots along the route

Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park

Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park in located Fugu Bay at south bank of Ailiao River, on the junction of Beiye Village, Majia Township and Sandimen Township. Beautiful and diverse, there is no modern architecture within 200 hectares in the radius. It is a high recommended resort.
The park occupies the land of 82.65 hectares, exhibiting the cultures of nine major indigenous tribes. The architectures and culture of these nine tribes are exhibited in accordance with their original configurations and features, and conditions of their settlements, including the following tribes: Atayal, Saisiyat, Ami, Puyuma, Yami, Cao, Bunun, Paiwan, and Rukai. The habitats of these tribe are cloned or moved from the mountains to the park to demonstrate their diverse culture. In addition, their tribal relationship, the formation of their tribal habitats, and their geographical distributions are also introduced.
In the Nine Tribes Lifestyles Display Room, wax statuse+E9s are made to simulate the conditions of everyday life. In addition, multimedia presentations are released at regular hours to allow visitors learn more about different facets of their lives and cultures. In the Relics Display Room, the traditional relics of the high mountain tribe are exhibited in a lively and faithful manner in the categories of food, clothing, habitats, transportation, education, and recreation. In the Special Exhibition Room, the collections donated or loaned by private collectors are displayed. In the Craft Room, we can learn more about the skills and process of making these craft, such as weaving, beads making, embroidery, basket weaving, and net weaving, are demonstrated.