A lovely relaxing day spent at the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. I have been living in Taiwan for four years and regret not coming here sooner.
Spending a lovely day at the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village, such a great place. It’s a place mixed with natural beauty, fun and history. In my opinion, they are losing many things in Taiwan and one of the most important things I feel, is their indigenous culture. Walking around and taking in such beauty and looking at and understanding this dying culture made me believe that it is such an important part of Taiwan and being Taiwanese.
Here are a few photographs of the day I had at this wonderful place.
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