Nine-Turns Lane (Chinseng Lane)
Taiwan Tour Bus
Has day tours of Lukang (NT$1500) leaving from the train station, HSR stations, and major hotels in Taichung and Taipei.
Folk Arts Museum
The Folk Arts Museum has always been one of our favourite heritage sites in Lukang. Built in the Japanese era and originally the...
Old Market Street
The merchant streets of old Lukang are well represented by the shops lining both sides of the curved, red-tiled lanes of what is now...
Yu Chen Chai
This fifth-generation shop sells pastries based on original Qing-dynasty recipes. Try the phoenix eye cake (鳳眼糕; fèngyǎn gāo ) or the...
Lonely Planet review
Don't bother counting the turns as you wend your way past some of the oldest and most charming residences in Lukang on Nine-Turns Lane. The number nine refers to September, the ninth month. Cold winds blow down from Mongolia at this time of year and the turns functioned as a natural windbreak, giving new meaning to the phrase 'clever by turns'.