Guided tour service:
This service will combine the DIY activity of Ching Dyehouse to allow tourists to do dyeing work for themselves. Culture creativity souvenirs such as hand-dyed cloth, Hakka Village Story Dolls, Grandma's Canvas, etc. can be bought at the dyehouse. Furthermore, delicious Hakka foods can also be served at this facility when an advance appointment is made at +886-3-8812172.
ocal mothers and grandmothers teach visitors traditional Hakka dye crafts through DIY activities.
Dye patterns include classic squares, floral patterns, images of the railroad... and other creative and unique designs.
The patterns are guaranteed to be one-of-a kind, you will never see the same pattern anywhere else. Apart from cloth dyeing, there are also other handcrafts incorporating the dyed materials, such as hats, handbags, wallets, thermos bags, oven gloves etc. Don't hesitate, bring these rustic gifts home and create a countryside atmosphere in your own home.
Gung Nya Steamed Bun Republic
Gung Nya means sweet potato in the Amis language. This steamed bun shop is run by community members together and they make use of organic, pesticide-free agricultural produce in the bun ingredients. Sweet potatoes were a food readily available in farming communities in earlier times. Due to their high fiber content and high nutritional value, they are one of the most nutritious foods available today.
Gung Nya Steamed Bun Republic holds to the principle of "safe to eat even for ourselves". Everything is handmade and sourdough yeast is used as a raising agent, there are no chemical additives. The aim is to provide all customers of Gung Nya Steamed Bun Republic peace of mind while enjoying delicious food.
Arranged local tours
These include guided tours, local food tasting, DIY farm activities, drumming activities; half-day, full-day and 2-day tours available according to the needs of the client or group.
For details on activities, please call (03)8812257 (Batzaichuang Changming Culture Hall)