ONLINE REGISTRATION WILL BE OPEN ON DECEMBER 3RD.
Known for its hot springs, Wulai derives its name from the Atayal word Ulay, meaning "hot water." As the closest indigenous village to Taipei, it is uniquely accessible to visitors. We will spend the day in beautiful natural surroundings, in the company of a tour leader with deep connections to the area. Along the way we will gain an understanding of Ulay's indigenous people's history and contemporary reality, its role in the time of the Japanese occupation, touch on the effects the Han colonization had on the place and its people, and see how natural disaster has reshaped it in recent times. Coffee and a delicious indigenous lunch included.
Instructor: Tobie Openshaw
Online pre-registration closes 5 days before an activity begins!
If you are interested in this activity after this deadline, please contact The Center.
|Culture & Tours in Taiwan||NT$ 2,000.00|