the house has been taken over by trees. It is a nice walk through to do and admire the power of nature. There is a less than spectacular museum on the second floor that is worth a stroll.
Its nothing much for me, just the view you get at the top but you can see that too without paying the entrance fee. Great place if you are a history lover of all sorts.
Visited this place twice; though atmosphere were totally different in these 2 times, the growing trees and their roots same brought comfort to me. it was like a maze of trees...but no worries, it's not a big one. You can always find some ruins of old houses, such as walls and windows, when walking around. It is like some kind... More
I was here just last week and I found it really cool. Alright, to be honest it's just an abandoned house with Banyan trees growing over it. The roots overgrowing the house makes for nice pictures and it just looks amazing. You can also catch a great view of the river. And there is a lawn where you can sit... More
A nice and comfortable place to visit and it's near the beach. you can spent time doing nothing there and enjoy the leisure time or take a walk in the small alley in that area!
NT50 dollars for entry - its a museum in an old warehouse with Banyan tree vines growing on and around the house. Man-made stairs and cages allows one to view the house at a higher level above the ground. A great place to just past sometime, but the duration of visit would not be longer than 30 minutes.
We all loved visiting here. Great historical and cultural info. It was very unique! There is also the first paved road in Taiwan nearby, as well as the old dutch fort! Many things to do!
it's an old warehouse with banyan trees growing in and around it, that is all. You walk around, it's dark and dreary with the roots mainly adhering to the walls. Also there is a lot of mosquitoes. If's also small, if you've seen one room, you've seen the rest. On the plus side, it costs only 50NTD to enter &... More
There's a temple in Angkor Wat that's been preserved with its banyan tree overgrowth; here it's the same scenario, with the exception that you can climb up via a very secure metal stairway and look down at the remnants of the British warehouse that was overgrown. There are even places where you can sit (I had some snacks, so relaxed... More
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