Southern Changhua Route

Changhua High Speed Rail Station to Changhua High Speed Rail Station:
Changhua High Speed Rail Station=>Tianzhong Train Station=>Motex Mask Creative House=>Tianzhong Cat Village=>Beidou Old Street=>Tianwei Road Garden=>Evins’s Color Fun Gallery=>Iced Rice Dumpling Invention Hall=>Changhua Souvenir Center=>Taiwan Rice Castle=>Xizhou Park=>Wanjing Art Garden=>Changhua High Speed Rail Station

 

Changhua High Speed Rail Station to Changhua High Speed Rail Station:
Changhua High Speed Rail Station=>Tianzhong Train Station=>Motex Mask Creative House=>Tianzhong Cat Village=>Beidou Old Street=>Tianwei Road Garden=>Evins’s Color Fun Gallery=>Iced Rice Dumpling Invention Hall=>Changhua Souvenir Center=>Taiwan Rice Castle=>Xizhou Park=>Wanjing Art Garden=>Changhua High Speed Rail Station

Tickets and Transport Information

Fare

Price is calculated by section

Where to buy

Ticket on Bus,We accept: easy card, ipass

Service Hotline

Yuanlin Bus:+886-4-8320106, Customer Hotline: 0800-785-688

Announcements

Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
Due to limited space on minibuses, no folding bikes allowed on the bus.

Concession tickets guidelines:
1. There are full tickets and half tickets.
2.Half tickets are available to:
(1)Holders of Disabled Cards. Must ride with a guardian or a partner.
(2)Children below 12 years old at height of 115cm and below 145cm can purchase half tickets with valid IDs.
3.Half tickets are available to:
Holders of Disabled Cards. Must ride with a guardian or a partner.
4. Free:
Children at the height of 115cm or below or children below 6 years old but at the height above 115cm are allowed to ride on the buses free with valid IDs. They are allowed to occupy seats. But they must be accompanied by adults with valid tickets. Each adults with valid ticket are allowed to take two children that are eligible to ride on the buses free. All children exceeding the requirements must purchase half tickets.

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. Passengers refusing to cooperate with the staffs’ advice, in case of the following, may be refused to ride on the bus. The unused tickets can be refunded in full:
(1) Suffering from serious diseases.
(2) Not carried in cages, baskets, or nets.
(3) Unclean or prone to damage other people and things.
(4) Harmful to public hygiene and other passengers; aggressive and dangerous animals.
(5) Not suitable to be carried on buses.
3. Passengers should carry their pets in cages, baskets, or nets. Each passenger is allowed to carry one pet, not exceeding the dimensions of 27cm3 (average length of 30cm on each side).
4. When carry pets, passengers should place them beside and take good care of them. They are not allowed to put on seats, luggage racks, or aisle. The cages, baskets, or nets carrying the pets should be closed or fastened tightly and wrapped up with waterproof cloth for hygiene reasons. If any passengers violate the rules and refuse to cooperate with the staff, they may be forced to leave the vehicle. The tickets will be suspended.
5. 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

Xizhou Park

  Xizhou Park with three zones, the garden, nursery and forest, is the biggest park on Taiwan’s plains. It measures 123 hectares and is 4.7 times the size of Daan Park. Visitors can cycle here and students come here for field trips. There are cherry trees, golden shower trees, trumpet trees and jacaranda trees. There are three entrances decorated with climbing plants. Visitors can enjoy this relaxing verdant area with its wide range of greens.

Taiwan Rice Castle

  On the first floor, a ceiling lamp made from a farmers’ bamboo hat lights up the exhibition wall displaying rice from all over the world. The second floor gives information about rice. In the classroom visitors can package rice in vacuum bags, make rice balls and puff rice. This is a great place to learn about Taiwan’s rice culture.

Changhua Souvenir Center

  Pitou Township was once the rice barn for Changhua. It boasts two 80-year-old barns. One of them has been transformed into the Changhua Souvenir Center for preserving local culture. Visitors can see its original wood frames. This center tells the local history by displaying local products and souvenirs. Hands-on programs, interpretation, light meals and afternoon tea are available. 

Iced Rice Dumpling Invention Hall

  Iced Rice Dumpling Invention Hall is located in rustic Pitou Township, near the Beidou Interchange of National Highway #1 and next to the Puwei Military Base. A cute rice dumpling doll welcomes visitors at the gate. The hall is spacious with a ball pool. Interesting hands-on programs await you!

Evins’s Color Fun Gallery

  Evins’s Color Fun Gallery produces safe pigments. It has hands-on painting programs for children and teaches the science of color. There is also a kid’s playground. This is a happy place for families. Come to find your lucky color!

Tianwei Road Garden

  Tianwei Road Garden is a popular place to appreciate and purchase flowers. There are more than 100 flower shops and gardens offering cut flowers, potted plants, and saplings. You can walk as well as cycle in the garden.

Tianzhong Cat Village

  Founded by ceramic artists, Yeh Zhi Cheng, Cat Village is located in Sanmin Community, Tianzhong Township. Many ceramic cats are everywhere: on the walls, on the roads, and on the fences. They are adorable, amusing and impressive.

Motex Mask Creative House

  Visiting tourism factories adds to your knowledge! Motex Mask Creative House explains you how health masks protect you and how masks are produced; and provides a selection of masks. There is also information about how health masks protect you from pollution.

Changhua High Speed Rail Station

  Changhua Taiwan High Speed Rail Station is a green building with the theme of a rice paddy surrounded by flowers, vegetation, sunlight and water. The sun sheds light into the space to bridge the outdoor garden. It is truly a feast for the eyes.

Wanjing Art Garden

  The Wanjing Art Gardenwas founded by Mr. Chen Cang Xing. His dream was to build the largest wooden exhibition hall in Taiwan. His dream came true. This 5-hectare garden boasts many precious local trees: ivory wood, rosewood, conifers, Chinese dwarf banana. Its garden is built in the Tang Dynasty style. The winding bridges and reflection of the ponds give this garden its character. The rosewood pavilion houses many antiques. This is a garden of art and nature.