Sintung Sugar Factory Culture Park

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  • Phone:+886 8 953 1212
  • Address:No. 61,Dulan Village, Donghe Township, Taitung County,Taiwan View on Map
Sintung Sugar Factory was a privately owned red sugar factory built in the Japanese colonial period. It was once bombed during the second World War, and business officially ended in 1991. However, the complete structure of the wooden houses, office, flag tower, and sugar factory were preserved and transformed into the Dulan Red Sugar Cultural Park with assistance from the Taitung County government. The park became a co-operated art park of artists that provide exhibiting, performing, and exchanging spaces for artists and performers. The old houses and office have been transformed into various cafes, restaurants, and handcraft shops, including hostels that provide accommodation. Part of the buildings were organised to be the Amis Traditional Culture Museum, exhibiting art creations that demonstrate local culture. Sintung Sugar Factory preserved the historical building and traditional culture of local people in a unique way. The gigantic chimney of the sugar factory, drift wood sculpture, art creations, and rusted sugar factory; these products of both old and new age are all mixed together, creating an extraordinary atmosphere for visitors to appreciate.


Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00- 17:00

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1.Take Dingdong Bus (to Dulan, Chenggong, Changbin), get off at Dulan Stop
2.Take Taiwan Tourism Shuttle Bus(East coast line), get off at Dulan Suger Refinery