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The staff is all friendly, the tur guide speaks english well, so we understand what is happeing in factory. the most exciting part is when we try to create our own paper. and then after we managed to make one, theres still one more exciting...More
Want to know how paper is made in the past? You have come to the right place. Very detail explanation tour is given and you will be able to made your own paper too, of cause at a small price too. There are even biscuit...More
They start the session w a tour round the factory to explain the process of making handmade paper . This is a very educational session. Then we commence our DIY session to make a handmade paper from scratch so as to make it into a...More
I wanted to visit this place enroute from Taichung to Chiayi. And it was well worth the time. There are guided tours every half hour, with explanations on how paper is painstakingly made. Then a tour round the factory which still makes paper by hand....More
We did a side trip as a break from just sightseeing from Sun Moon Lake. This is one of several Paper Mills at Puli, about 20 minutes by car from Sun Moon Lake.
Interesting for the kids (aged 3 and 6) to learn about how...More
Entrance fee is NTD50 per person. The presentation was in Mandarin and I am not sure if there are presenters who can speak other language.
The process of how paper is made was presented in stages. The later stages were more interesting as there was...More
i find it educational for kids as they learn how to make paper and also get to bring their work home. It may not be suitable for 6yo and below cos it requires some manual work to produce a piece of paper. It may ends...More
Informative and we get to see how paper is made from scratch. However, when we went there, it was crowded with students from a school so it was abit chaotic. The entrance fee did not include DIY activities and you need to pay separate charges...More
The tour was interesting and my kid enjoyed the hands-on experience of making paper. You get to see the masters making paper by hand too. Staff were friendly and helpful. Watch out for the mosquitoes though (free repellent provided at the entrance - make use...More