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Forestry Culture Park

Forestry Culture Park的簡介

Forestry Culture Park

Taiwan’s Forestry Culture Parks make use of existing forest culture spaces to carry out conservation, restoration, and reuse projects, hoping that memories of the past may be brought to life. Through interaction and collaborations with local communities, a community consensus has been formed. Serving as multi-functional cultural places, the parks also amalgamate education, leisure and creative means to construct unique aesthetic values for ecological forest reserves and historical buildings.
 
Currently, Dongshi, Luodong and Lintianshan Forestry Culture Parks and Alishan Forestry Village and Hinoki Village provide unmatched historical displays and distinguished features.

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Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park的簡介

Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park

The Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park was formerly the Lintianshan Forest Area, and during the Japanese Occupation it served as Daan Mountain’s log processing ground. Felling, collecting and transporting of timber all carried out here. For its massive scale, it became one of the three large fo...

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Luodong Forestry Culture Park的簡介

Luodong Forestry Culture Park

The forestry industry is an essential part of Luodong. In the past, it was the Taiping Forest Area that provided impetus for the town’s growth. The Luodong Forestry Culture Park was formerly used as Taipingshan’s Luodong Branch, equipped with sawmills, lumber yards, an agency office, and...

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Dongshih Forestry Culture Park的簡介

Dongshih Forestry Culture Park

Formerly the Taiwan Daxueshan Forestry Corporation founded to make use of Daxueshan’s forest resources, the Dongshih Forestry Culture Park possessed the biggest 1960s-era lumber factory in East Asia. The first Taiwanese site to introduce American-style logging operations and factory processes ...

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Alishan Forestry Village and Hinoki Village的簡介

Alishan Forestry Village and Hinoki Village

Alishan is an internationally renowned tourist attraction, and during the Japanese Occupation it was listed as one of Taiwan’s “Big Three” forest management areas along with Taipingshan and Basienshan. The Alishan Forest Railway, beginning at Beimen (the North Gate) of Chiayi City,...

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