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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2005.

Shang Qing Recreational Farm

24-1, Alley 1, Mei Hua Village, Jian Shi Hsiang (township),
Hsinchu County
(03) 584-1991; (03) 584-1428
Hours:reservations required
Credit cards not accepted. Parking available.

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--By Kristy Liu, translated by Cara Steenstra

From downtown Hsinchu, go in the direction of Nei Wan Jian Shan, then follow the little path opposite Mei Hua Elementary School in Mei Hua Village and you will discover a wonderful place to relax in a sea of green mountains and valleys. Miss Ku and her family run this recreational farm together. For a small fee, visitors can camp here, go fishing and, under the owners' guidance, enjoy a nice walk in the forest. You can also enjoy barbecues and there is even a small pool for children to play in. Call in advance and the owners can prepare aboriginal-style barbecue ingredients for you. Home-stays are available, too. For Hsinchu residents who want to get out of town but don't want to go too far, this is definitely a new holiday option. Meals need to be ordered in advance and there are aboriginal-style set menus available, priced around NT$300. Another special feature not found elsewhere are the special natural drinks. (Note: Road conditions are fine and were unaffected by Typhoon Haitang.)

 

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