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In order to preserve aboriginal culture and resources, the government established Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park in Pingtung County in 1987. The park is 82.65 hectares in area, presenting each of the aboriginal tribes and their characteristics. The park is next to Fugu Bay, which as a natural and graceful scenery. There are no modern architectures in the vicinity. With the convenient busation, the park is perfect for holiday recreation.
The Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park has traditional tribal cabins, which are located according to each tribe's tradition and lifestyle. There are a wax figure room, a multimedia room and an exhibition room in the park, presenting the development and culture of the aboriginal tribes. The handicraft room shows how the aborigines create their unique handcrafts.
（Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the
transportation station before departure.）
1. National Freeway No.1 → Exit at the Jiuru 2nd Rd. Interchange for Kaohsiung City → Pingtung City → Provincial Highway Route 24 → Shueimen → Beiye → Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park.
2. National Freeway No.3 → Exit at the Changzhi Interchange → Pingtung City → Provincial Highway Route 24 → Shuimen → Beiye → Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park.
3. National Freeway No.3 → Exit at the Jiuru Interchange → Provincial Highway Route 3 → Ligang → Provincial Highway Route 22 → Gaoshu Bridge → Shuimen → Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park (through Saijia).
Travel until Pingtung Railway Station and connect to the bus of Pingtung Bus for the direction of Shueimen or Sandimen. Get off at the Shueimen stop and walk to the Park. (Connecting buses to the Park available on holidays).