Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village, Yuchi

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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. To visit Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village on your holiday in Yuchi, and find out what else Yuchi has to offer, use our Yuchi.
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  • This place is clean and the people are friendly. Food options were somewhat limited. Seemed like only about 2/3 of the place was even open. There were hardly any visitors on the day we went, which... 
    This place is clean and the people are friendly. Food options were somewhat limited. Seemed like only about 2/3 of the place was even open. There were hardly any visitors on the day we went, which...  more »
  • At first, I thought the merging of a Cultural Village, and a theme park seemed to be a bit tacky... But these guys pull it off really well. The gondola ride up the hill is really nice (short, but... 
    At first, I thought the merging of a Cultural Village, and a theme park seemed to be a bit tacky... But these guys pull it off really well. The gondola ride up the hill is really nice (short, but...  more »
  • There are two entrances to the park . One is from the cable car from sun moon lake , the other at the park entrance itself . On 2&3 January 20, the cable car was closed for maintenance . We entered.....  more
    There are two entrances to the park . One is from the cable car from sun moon lake , the other at the park entrance itself . On 2&3 January 20, the cable car was closed for maintenance . We entered.....  more »
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  • This place was an expected surprise. We initially had no plans to visit the cultural village/theme park because it had been pouring rain all night and morning. But since we took the gondola up from Sun Moon Lake and were right at the front gates, we decided to go in for a visit. We bought some disposable raincoats and with umbrellas in hands, we faced the rain and went in the park. Not only did the rain not dampen our moods, but it actually help enhanced the beauty of the place. For one, there were virtually no one there, so social distancing was not a problem. We were able to visit all the of the aboriginal villages and had time to read each sign. The rain and fog casted a blanket over the trees, huts, and greenery giving it a peaceful and magical feel. The entire upper portion of the park, from the gondola, was immaculately maintained. We were very surprised and impressed. Even if there were no rollercoasters or rides at this theme park, we'd pay just to stroll around the park and enjoy the scenery. The amusement park area wasn't bad. My wife commented that this was probably the prettiest backdrop to any amusement park she's every been to, and we've been to a decent number of them. The rain subsided a little, so we were able to ride some of the water rides and outdoor coasters. Once again, the bad weather became a blessing because there were no lines, and the kids were able pick and choose which every ride they wanted to go on, repeatedly.
  • We went there during mid autumn holiday and the park was almost empty. The park is located in the middle of the forest. To access it you can either take the cable car from the sun moon lake or take a bus from Puli. There are ~5 big nice rides and the rest of the park is composed of other small rides and gardens (very nice for kids, but even for adults who never grow up :)). They are very cool except for the Mayan adventure which I'd not recommend if you're afraid to hit your head and body in the seat during the ride, it's quite strong and it gave me a small headache. I'd advise to take your own food because the one inside is only fast food (and not good). Overall the experience is very nice, cable car+ in the middle of the nature + empty park where you can do again and again the rides without waiting
  • This is the best amusement and theme park I have ever experienced so far!! This spot is not just to check out the cultural and historical aspects of multiple aboriginal tribes, but also perfect for youth who want to have fun!! It's a huge area so it's BEST to enter from 9:30 am to make sure you explore EVERYTHING before 5 pm. Plus, don't go there alone. It's sad. Go as a family, group of friends or a couple. I wish I could give more than 5 stars. Oh, and in terms of food, they have so many options, from obviously overpriced (duh) to affordable meals and snacks.
  • Why they would close one of their best roller coasters on a Saturday is unexplainable to me. But I gotta give this place that the scenery is beautiful and relaxing.
  • I absolutely loved my visit to the Formosa Aboriginal Village. I entered the park via the gondola; which itself was an amazing experience (particularly the views of the lake and the surrounding hills. The FCV itself was filled with numerous exhibits that highlighted the important aspects of the various Taiwanese tribes. It was quite a pleasure getting to know about them. Their cultural performances were simply superb! In regards to the amusement section, it seemed to be a pretty good addition to the FCV

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