Changhua Arts Museum & Hongmao Well
This 1726 beauty both ranks as one of the oldest Confucian temples in Taiwan and as a first-class historical relic. There's an inscribed...
This splendid southern-style temple (元清觀; Yuánqīng Guàn; founded in 1763), just a bwah bwey throw away from the Confucian temple, was...
Changhua is best known for the 22m-high Great Buddha Statue (八卦山大佛像; Bāguàshān Dàfóxiàng) that sits atop Baguashan (八卦山; Bāguàshān)...
Cat Mouse Noodle
The Changhua tourist website claims this shop's special noodle dish is one of the three culinary treasures of the city. It's a stretch,...
Lonely Planet review
The museum sits in Jungshan Hall, a lovely heritage building that once again serves as a performance theatre, lecture hall and art gallery.
On the grounds of the museum is the 300-year-old Hongmao Well (紅毛井; Hóngmáo Jǐng), the last of the original Dutch-built wells (hence the name Hongmao, meaning 'red hair') in central Taiwan.