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One Day Accessible Tour in Pingtong, the Rukai Rinari

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"Rinari" means “the place where we all head to.” It represents the desire of the local inhabitants to restart their life in this rebuilt new settlement after the terrible natural disaster of the Typhoon Morakot. The "Rinari Visitor Center" provides travel information and an introduction of indigenous tribes' culture. You must come to take a look and change into a traditional tribal outfit, and experience the beauty of the culture and nature along the accessible trails. As you walk about in Rinari, you shall find churches here and there. Each church has a different exterior, making Rinari a special place. The "Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park" was established in 1985, preserving the cultures of Taiwan's 16 recognized indigenous tribes. There are accessible shuttle buses in the park, which makes it much more convenient for visitors to explore the traditional tribal buildings, the cultural highlights of the tribes and take a closer look at their traditional dances and songs.

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Maolin National Scenic Area - Rinari Visitor Center
Maolin National Scenic Area - Rinari Visitor Center
The Maolin Scenic Area covers the townships of Maolin and Liugui in Kaohsiung City, as well as parts of the administrative areas of Sandimen Township ...

Accessible Toilets:2

Accessible Parking:1

Wheelchair Rentals:1

Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park
Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park
In order to preserve aboriginal culture and resources, the government established Taiwan Indigenous Culture Park in Pingtung County in 1987. The park ...

Accessible Toilets:6

Accessible Parking:5

Wheelchair Rentals:6

Last update time: 2019-03-26
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