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Peinan Site Park

No. 200, Culture Park Road, Taitung City, Taitung County 950

Characteristics of Theme

History and humanities
Anthropology Plant Ecosystem Animal

The Scale of the Museum

Single Museum

The Scale of the Museum

Opening Hours Entrance Fee

Customer Service Information



Peinan Site Park

  • Peinan Site Park
  • Peinan Site Park
  • Peinan Site Park
  • Peinan Site Park

Establishment Purpose

  • ● Preserve and promote cultural heritage: The research conducted by scholars have indicated that the general area of the Peinan Site is as large as 100 hectares. The current area of ​​the Peinan Site Park covers approximately 30 hectares, which is only a small portion of the estimated area. The Excavation Area, the Prehistoric House, and the Exhibition Hall depict a complete appearance of the prehistoric Peinan Culture, and they are the cores and the most attractive venues of the Peinan Site Park. ● Become an area for learning indigenous cultures: The outdoor exhibits which reconstruct the architecture of Indigenous Peoples, the ceremonial grounds, staple foods and ethnic plants, recreate the traditional life of the Indigenous People. They highlight the cultural subjectivity of the space where the Peinan Site Park is located, and present the diversity of local cultures. ● Promote environmental and ecological education: One of the Peinan Site Park's features is the designs of native planting. Areas and layers are distributed based on the existing planting foundation and landforms. The Eastern lowland area is presented through the coastal forest, tropical forest, and subtropical forest zones. Native species that possess flowering, discoloration, bird-attracting, and butterfly-attracting characteristics are chosen as landscape plants, meanwhile the ecology and landscape are considered. The Peinan Site Park is an ecological park that is full of nature and life. The abundant natural landscape and resources such as animals, plants, landscapes, and landforms provide the public with an environment to learn about natural ecology and environmental protection issues through on-site guided tours and education programs.

Department Introduction

The Peinan Site Park integrates prehistoric cultures, indigenous cultures and natural environment. Visitors can obtain information about the Park at the Visitor Center, learn about the prehistoric Peinan Culture at the Exhibition Hall, and can also visit the Excavation Area and the Slate Pillar to see the relics on site with their own eyes. If visitors are lucky, they can meet archaeologists conducting excavations. The outdoors of the Park has the Prehistoric House reconstructed to original proportions, trakuban, House of Indigenous People, and Viewing Platforms on the East and West to view the surrounding landscapes. The Peinan Site Park not only functions as a venue for academic research, but is also open to the public for visits, allowing it to have significance in social education while maintaining and preserving the archaeological site and relics. In addition, the Peinan Site Park is an open green space and its greenery also provides visitors with a great place for recreation and leisure.

Audience Services and Facilities

  • Lavatory
  • Breastfeeding Room
    Breastfeeding Room
  • Food and Beverage Area
    Food and Beverage Area
  • Parking Space
    Parking Space
  • Shops
  • Information and  Service Desk
    Information and Service Desk

Barrier-Free Service

  • Barrier-Free Lavatory
  • Barrier-Free Parking Space for Cars and Motorcycles
  • Barrier-Free Access (ramp)
  • All paths are wheelchair or cart accessible
  • Charger for Electric Wheelchairs
  • Auxiliary Equipment Rental
  • Friendly Guided Tour

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