Visit the small but picturesque Jiji Township, followed by a daring trip across the famed Sky Bridge and a taste of world-renowned pineapple cakes
Explore Jiji Township, well-known for its intriguing train station, thriving banana industry and delicious egg rolls
Rent bicycles for an outdoorsy sightseeing adventure
Walk across the Sky Bridge, a 204m long bridge giving you a grand view of greenery all around
Treat yourself to delicious pineapple cakes at Sunny Hills
View the world's largest kiln work at the Shueili Snake Kiln
Inclusive of hotel transfers and lunch
Experience the small-town life in the quaint little village of Jiji, one of the smallest townships in Taiwan. Famous for its banana production and train station, Jiji provides inspiration to all those who visit it, and you simply cannot leave the town without taking pictures of all its unique and wonderful features! However, the tour does not stop here; take a daring trip across Sky Bridge, which spans a length of 204m, with exotic shrubbery below, giving you the feeling that you are walking amongst green, leafy clouds. The tour also includes Shueili Snake Kiln, where you will find the world's largest kiln work which has been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records. Finally, stop by at Sunny Hills, for some delicious, succulent pineapple cakes!
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A 9-seat car just to take 2 of us. Very fruitful day! Checheng station was very beautiful!! If you cannot cycle, you can ask the driver to take you to different spots around Jiji station by car. Very few people was spotted in Sky Bridge park, a waste of time if you go there by yourself. Very organised tour!
This small town is famous for its banana production, egg roll, train station and cycling activities. You can get a cycling map from the visitor centre and rent a bicycle from any of the shops around. There is a designated area for cycling. Thus it is safe from bigger vehicles on the road. When I was there, the sun was scorching hot. Thus, we did not go cycling.
Loved the old little train station. There's a bubble tea shop next to it that sold bubble tea you could take away in a kitty bottle that was really cute! Great place to get off and stretch your legs.
This was a simple small town Taoist temple that collapsed pancake like in 1999 due to an earthquake and has been left in place as is. A new temple has been built alongside it as a replacement. The temple is really only a 10-15 min, but interesting viewing/photo stop, but if you are in the area, the town of Jiji also has a interesting small/historical railway station, which is only a 5 min drive away - also a good place to stop and look.
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