Located in the heart of Taiwan and serving as the agricultural center of the country, Changhua is an important county in Taiwan and certainly worth visiting for anyone interested in experiencing more of the slower life in Taiwan. Changhua city is served by public transportation which includes a rail and bus line, and Changhua Station
is located near a cluster of hotels.
Surrounded by important historic landmarks such as the Confucius Temple, and featuring the most complete and extensive collection of exhibits, the Changhua Art Museum
is the premier museum of this county and a must-see for any visitor.
On the other hand, the Eight Trigram Mountains Landscape
is the site of a massive statue of the Buddha, and a busy tourist attractions. Of cours, where there are a lot of tourists, one can often find a market and this site is no different. In addition to the cultural and religious significance of this attraction, it’s often buzzing with the activity and life of the market and the many people who are always coming and going. Make a day of it by exploring the foods and other trinkets on offer at the nearby market.
There’s a lot more to see and do in Changhua, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.