If you’re looking for a truly unique central Taiwan destination, how about the chance to learn where your pork comes from at Taiwan’s most modern pork carving factory?
Located in Yunlin County and offering total processing transparency, Nextland combines the pork industry with local culture and creativity. Honored with the opportunity to cooperate with Cornell University’s College of Agriculture on an Asian agricultural research program, this 15,868-square-meter venue welcomes visitors with a pig sculpture, decorated with a red bowtie around its neck, and an aircraft display that looks like it’s about to take off, setting it apart from other traditional farm-related attractions.
Nextland is the only place in Taiwan where you can observe pork carving meeting international quality standards. A spacious room offers educational presentations about pork carving, processing, transportation and preservation, and visitors can walk down a hall with displays about agriculture, introductions to the plant, different hog types, pig nutrition and local culture.
Besides educational aspects, visitors can also dine at the Verteco Restaurant and shop for quality products at Choice Market here.
雲林縣大埤鄉豐田路57號 (05) 552-9586
57, FengTien Rd, Dapi Township, Yunlin County
週三至週日/Wed-Sun 10 am-5 pm (4:30 pm最後入場，
週一、週二休館/final admission at 4:30; closed Mon-Tue)
Tickets: NT$200 (12 and older); NT$100 for student, elderly,
handicapped visitors; free admission for children under 6 and
licensed tour guides (ticket value can be applied to shop purchases)