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Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village, Nantou

(4.1/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Cultural and educational entertainment intersect at Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. This village was founded in 1986 to exhibit the history, traditions, and other aspects of aboriginal tribes in the area. With 62 hectares (153 acres) of land, the site actually contains five individual theme parks. Explore the site's European gardens area, a plaza, aboriginal villages, an amusement isle, and rainforest area during your trip. The park offers themed rides for all ages, as well as multiple museums, a 3-D movie theater, and even a live, family-friendly dance show. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village by using our Nantou vacation trip planner.
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  • I never imagine to find an amusement park in the middle of the mountains, has a replica of a castle, playground for children, rides, every so often make cultural demonstrations such as traditional dances, live music. The most impressive is the cable car that crosses the entire Park and leaves you in a port of Sun Moon Lake, is a journey of 25 minutes of ida and other 25 minutes to return.
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  • If you want an intensive course for the history and culture of the minority peoples, this is the place to visit. If you want to see the Sun-Moon Lake from above, this is the place to come. Anything el...  more »
  • Nice place for a day activity. Don't miss the amusement park at the end. Lots of rides are there. Also lots of eateries are there at the end. While going walk till the end and while China coming back ...  more »
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  • Only went on one ride, the UFO drop. The gondola to the top of the park can be scary for acropolis, but the destination and walk down through the nine aborigines tribes is well worth it. Hearing the many screams of riders on rollercoasters should mean a good time can be had here. There also is a garden with large lawns and towers, great for pictures.
  • There are no words to describe this eclectic place. It's an...amuseument park plus ... outdoor museum, I guess? Combining aboriginal with Western neo-classical/baroque architecture on the other end of the park. The gondola ride getting here was beautiful & you can really spend a full day here. I set aside a few hours, but I wish that I stayed in the area, since there's a little market at the foot of the lake, it's right next to Sun Moon Lake, & the amuseument park is just so big! But what I would say is that it's an oddly disrespectful combination of a museum & amusement park, considering that the rides have nothing to do with aboriginal culture. They have several free shows, mock villages, photo of areas, & activities. Very educational & completely separate from the amusement park. I don't even understand why they're together. It's like attaching a 6 Flags to a WWII museum. Why would you do that?
  • It's a really cool theme park combining rides and aboriginal cultures.After screaming on the rollercoasters and watching aboriginal traditional dancing ,you can take the cable car to see the view of Nantou.
  • Interesting amusement park
  • Good place