Located in the central part of Taiwan, Changhua County has an area of 1,074 square kilometers. The county is an area that has been developed very early in the history of Taiwan and there are quite a few ancient buildings with local characteristics still standing today. During the county’s most prosperous period, temples and academies could be found in each town.
Visitors to Changhua don’t have to worry about running out of things to do. Whether you come for the mountains culture, or historic sites, you’re sure not to be disappointed. It can be said that the sightseeing and religion are closely linked together in Changhua, probably because many of the attractions themselves, such as Bagua Mountain Great Buddha, the Longshan Temple, and the Confucius Temple in Changhua City, are religious. Of course, there are also famous attractions such as the Wanggong Fishing Port, Tianwei Highway Garden, Gushan Temple, Qingshui Rock, and Hushan Rock.
The small hotels in Changhua are mostly simple and comfortable B&Bs though there are also modern hotels in Changhua. If your schedule allows, you can try out all of the different types of accommodations that Changhua has to offer.