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Tainan County Tour Guide
 
Hot springs, lakes, reservoirs, recreational farms, and temples are main tourist spots in the mountain area, while beaches, seaside recreational areas, historic sites and natural landscapes are major scenic spots along the seashore. To develop tourism resources and increase its competitiveness, the Tainan County government sponsors the Nanying Tourism Train in cooperation with a private travel agency. The special train has already conducted several coastal and cultural trips in the county, winning widespread acclaim among the participants and creating commercial opportunities for the local tourism industry.
Large numbers of tourists and the media from at home and abroad pour into Yenshui to enjoy the beehive fireworks held every year on the 15th day of the first lunar month to celebrate the Lantern Festival. These fireworks in the south are as important as the beautiful lantern display in the north.
Thanks to the efforts of Lin Bing-hsiu in conserving wildlife, 650-meter-high Mount Wu has become the main habitat for Taiwanese macaques.
Developed by the Tainan County Farmers Association, Tsomalai Farm is a multi-purpose recreational farm with an 80 acres grass field and 30 acres recreational facilities including campgrounds, guest rooms, conference rooms, exhibition sites, and restaurants.
The ecology of beautiful 1,200-hectare Chikuhsieh Lake has inspired the county government to develop its tourism industry in the area, where aquaculturists are breeding oysters and clams.
Established in the Ching dynasty, Hutoupei is a reservoir built mainly for irrigation. Its picturesque scenery attracts numerous tourists from around the island. The county government is seeking private-sector cooperation to develop this tourism resource.
Renowned for its alkaline hot springs since Japanese rule, Kuantsuling remains one of Taiwan's eight major scenic attractions today. The natural view of water and fire coming from the same source here is the spiritual symbol of Tainan County. The Ministry of Economic Affairs has included Kuantsuling among areas selected to promote Taiwan’s image. Plans to integrate its special features for the development of industry, tourism, and recreational services will strengthen business opportunities and give a new facelift to this scenic site.
The Moon World on Mount Chao at Tsuochen is a bare mountain-top in an area stretching over hundreds of acres. It is also the best place in Tainan for watching the sunrise and sunset. The county's Department of Construction is working vigorously to develop this spectacular tourist spot.
Chiangchun Harbor was built in Chiangchun rural township to improve sea traffic in the Chingshan, Mashakou, and Peimen fishing harbors. With an area of 196 acres, the Chiangchun Harbor has a wharf, yacht pier, water recreational area, and other land facilities. As an industrial, recreational, and tourist area, it will serve as a harbor for direct transportation between the two sides of Taiwan Strait after the ban on direct transportation is lifted. It will not only stimulate Tainan's integrated development but also become a local tourist attraction.
The Chiangchun Harbor has a wharf, yacht pier, water recreational area, and other land facilities.
Mashako near Chiangchun Harbor is the only beach in Tainan County. It is renowned for its fine sand and herons.
The wharf of Chiangchun Harbor, which is now under construction, will have the capacity to accommodate 500 motor fishing boats under 200 tons.
Hot springs, lakes, reservoirs, recreational farms, and temples are main tourist spots.
Large numbers of tourists and the media from at home and abroad pour into Yenshui to enjoy the beehive fireworks.
Thanks to the efforts of Lin Bing-hsiu in conserving wildlife, 650-meter-high Mount Wu has become the main habitat for Taiwanese macaques.
Tsomalai Farm is a multi-purpose recreational farm with an 80 acres grass field.
The ecology of beautiful 1,200-hectare Chikuhsieh Lake , where aquaculturists are breeding oysters and clams.
Hutoupei is a reservoir built mainly for irrigation. Its picturesque scenery attracts numerous tourists from around the island.
Kuantsuling, the natural view of water and fire coming from the same source here is the spiritual symbol of Tainan County.
The Moon World on Mount Chao at Tsuochen is the best place in Tainan for watching the sunrise and sunset.
Mashako near Chiangchun Harbor is the only beach in Tainan County. It is renowned for its fine sand and herons.
 
 
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