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Ciaotou (Qiaotou) Sugar Industry Culture Park

Phone:886-7-6113691 Address:No.24, Tangchang Rd., Ciaotou Dist., Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
The Ciaotou (Qiaotou) Sugar factory, which opened in the Japanese Colonial period, was Taiwan's first sugar factory which incorporated modernized machinery, and is already over 100 years old. 19 heritage sites have been preserved, including the factory's imitation baroque tropical colonial architecture, along with the red tile water tower and life-sized statues of Guanyin, recounting Taiwan's past struggle for economic development. An abundance of public art has increased the Park's new wave cultural dynamism. The expansive park also contains abundant natural and ecological resources, and on a warm summer afternoon, you can walk among them, eating traditional Taiwanese ice sugar and take the Wufen train (well known as Taiwan Sugar Railways).
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