Mr. Lin, said, “We hope that every customer can taste the most traditional and delicious flavors.”
The 50 year-old bakery sells breads with flavors loved by seniors.
Sanxia Old Street
Because it has advantages in both water and land, Sanxia was connected to Taikokan in the Qing Dynasty.
Sanxia Fu’an Temple
In 1785 (50th year of Qianlong Era in Qing Dynasty), inhabitants of Sanxia built a Tudigong temple behind Zushi Temple on the right, and it is now one of the oldest Tudigong temples in Sanxia.
Le-Shan Pottery Workshop
When it comes to pottery, people would think of Yingge, but there are also masters in Sanxia.
Home of Artistic Carving
When you visit Sanxia, you must go pray at Qingshui Zushi Temple, and take a close look at the stone carving, relief, copper casting and wood carving artworks, which are all fruits of the masters’ painstaking labor.
Sanxia Changfu Yan Qingshui Zushi Temple
This is the local religious center in Sanxia and one of the oldest Zushi temples in Taiwan.
Sanxia Dyeing Workshop
When you come to Sanxia, you must experience DIP indigo dyeing, otherwise it would be like you’ve never been here.
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