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Beipu Old Street

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  • Beipu Old Street

Beipu Old Street was Beipu's most thriving commercial district in the Qing period. Today, it boasts Taiwan's highest concentration of historic sites , with seven such locations along a short 200-meter stretch. Grade one historic sites Jinguangfu Official Residence and Tianshui Hall are located here, along with grade three historic site Citian Temple and Chiang A-Hsin Mansion. This is also a good place for a taste of Hakkanese cuisine, from ground tea to persimmon cakes. The street has stayed true to its down-to-earth spirit, with not a single large chain store to be seen. 

Travel Information

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

Nat'l Hwy 3 → Exit at the Chulin Interchange → County Hwy 124 (to Judung) → County Hwy 123 → Zhongfeng Rd → County Hwy 122 → Prov. Hwy 3 → Beipu.

Public:

Take HSR to Hsinchu Train Station, transfer to Lions Head Mountain Route Shuttle Bus 5700, get off at Beipu traditional street stop.

Accessible Transportation

Public︰

Take TRA to Chupei Train Station / Take HSR to Hsinchu Train Station, transfer to Lions Head Mountain Route Shuttle Bus 5700(Low), get off at Beipu traditional street stop. Please see bus schedule on Taiwan Tourist Shuttle Bus Web.

Convenient GuidanceConvenient Guidance

  • Interior View Accessible Restroom of Beipu Primary School

    Interior View Accessible Restroom of Beipu Primary School

  • Exterior View Accessible Restroom of Farmers' Association

    Exterior View Accessible Restroom of Farmers' Association

  • Interior View Accessible Restroom of Farmers' Association

    Interior View Accessible Restroom of Farmers' Association

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Last update time: 2019-10-25

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