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TEL:
+886-8-7997245
Address:
Majia Township, Pingtung County
Longitude/Latitude:
120.64645/22.701433
Web:
Rinari Tribe_Links

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The Provence of Taiwan: Rinari

After Typhoon Morakot devastated three townships in northern Pingtung County, the Pingtung Government assisted the locals in rebuilding their homes. Majia Farm was selected to be the permanent relocation site, and residents from Dashe Village in Sandimen Township, Majia Village in Majia Township, and Haocha Village in Wutai Township all moved to the farm. Houses were built with support from World Vision, and the new settlement was named Rinari, meaning "the place where we all head to."

Surrounded by mountains, Rinari enjoys an expansive birds-eye-view of the idyllic Pingbei Plain. As you walk about in Rinari, you will find churches here and there. Each church has a different exterior, making Rinari a special place. Of course, the churches show how devout the residents are. Why not join a "royal reception" accompanied by festive music here. Dance with your host and immerse in pure joy.

Open Hours

24 hours

 

Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
Transportation:

Nat'l Fwy 3 → Exit at the Changzhi Interchange → Prov. Hwy 24 → County Hwy 185

Public:

 

  1. Take TRA to Pingtung Station and transfer Shen-Shan Route 508 (No Monday Service) (A minimum of 5 people is required to book the tour, excluding children under 6.) or Mountain Coffee & Cocoa Route 603C (Holiday Route) (A minimum of 5 people is required to book the tour, excluding children under 6.) to Rinari Tribe Village stop.
  2. Take TRA to Pingtung Station, transfer Pingtung Bus 8227, 8228, 8229, 8231 or 8232 to Shueimen Bus Station stop and transfer Kaohsiung Bus 603B (Holiday Route) to Rinari stop.

 

Accessible Transportation

Public:

  1. Take TRA to Pingtung Station and transfer Shen-Shan Route 508 (No Monday Service) (A minimum of 5 people is required to book the tour, excluding children under 6.) (Please reserve low-floor buses in advance) or Mountain Coffee & Cocoa Route 603C (Holiday Route) (A minimum of 5 people is required to book the tour, excluding children under 6.) (Please reserve low-floor buses in advance) to Rinari Tribe Village stop.
  2. Take TRA to Pingtung Station, transfer Pingtung Bus 8227, 8228, 8229, 8231 or 8232 (Some buses are low-floor) to Shueimen Bus Station stop and transfer Kaohsiung Bus 603B (Holiday Route) (Please reserve low-floor buses in advance) to Rinari stop.

 

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  • Accessible Parking Space of Majia Barn (Kubav)

    Accessible Parking Space of Majia Barn (Kubav)

  • Accessible Parking Space of Majia Tribe

    Accessible Parking Space of Majia Tribe

  • Wheelchair ramp

    Wheelchair ramp

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Last update time: Apr 12, 2024
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