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Immerse yourself in the local culture as we take you on cultural excursions to iconic spots, allowing you to explore the vibrant local scene. Additionally, we offer a variety of thrilling activities tailored for our energetic students who crave adventure. Experience the best of language learning and cultural immersion with our dynamic program!

Rainbow Village is in Nantun, Taichung. One of the retired soldiers paints on the wall with paints. However, the housing is facing problem of dismantling for the government’s city plan. There are over 3 thousands of people supporting Rainbow Village in only 2 days. The retired soldiers started to paint since September, 2008. He paints his dream out on
Shen Ji New Village is a dorm compound built by the Taiwan Provincial Government nearly half a century ago to accommodate employees of the auditing office. As the government restructured, the dorms were left unused for years. With the government’s revitalization plans, the historic village is now transformed into a lively and innovative base for young entrepreneurs to start
National Taichung Theater, nicknamed “the Most Difficult House to Accomplish” by the industry, was designed by the internationally acclaimed Japanese architect, Toyo Ito. Drawn from the concept of the Sound Cave, National Taichung Theater makes the best of its streamlined, rigid silhouette by means of modern techniques and materials, and then turns itself into an active venue. The images
Lukang, a charming historic town nestled along the western coast of Taiwan, exudes a tranquil ambiance amidst its rich cultural heritage. Renowned for its well-preserved architecture from the Qing Dynasty, Lukang boasts picturesque streets adorned with traditional red-brick buildings, ornate temples, and intricate wooden facades, offering a glimpse into Taiwan’s past.
Dajia Zhenlan Temple, nestled in the heart of Dajia District in Taichung City, Taiwan, stands as a testament to both spirituality and architectural beauty. Dedicated to Mazu, the revered goddess of the sea and protector of fishermen, the temple serves as a focal point for worshippers seeking blessings for safe voyages and prosperous endeavors.
Gaomei Wetland, nestled on the west coast of Taiwan near Taichung City, is a breathtaking ecological gem renowned for its stunning sunsets and diverse wildlife. Spanning over 300 hectares of tidal flats, marshes, and sand dunes, Gaomei offers a serene escape from urban hustle.
The Taichung Tai Hang Trail is a serene escape nestled in the heart of Taiwan’s bustling city of Taichung. This scenic trail offers nature enthusiasts and hikers a tranquil retreat amidst lush greenery and breathtaking mountain views. Meandering through dense forests, babbling streams, and rocky terrain, the trail provides a perfect balance of challenge and relaxation
Paintball is an exhilarating recreational sport that combines strategy, teamwork, and adrenaline-pumping action and has evolved into a globally popular activity, attracting players of all ages and skill levels. This sport offers a unique and thrilling experience where participants engage in simulated combat using paint-filled gelatin capsules, creating a vibrant and dynamic battlefield.
Go-karting, a thrilling motorsport, offers an exhilarating experience for both amateurs and seasoned racers alike. These nimble, low-slung vehicles, often powered by small but potent engines, zip around tracks with agility and speed, providing an adrenaline rush unlike any other.