You can take a tricycle, very fast, and not too tired. But you can also walk, not too far.
It's pretty rich inside. Walking into the central hall, there are many children's works, with different styles, and long dragons made up of flowers. The exhibition hall on the left side of the hall introduces many ancient Hakka bridges that have witnessed the long history of Hakka. On the second floor, this is a display of objects from a long history. I personally feel that I can go with the group. The tour guide will give a detailed explanation of each object. If you don't follow the group, you can also play with a local who knows this type of historical story. There are still many very interesting connotative stories.
There are two showrooms on the second floor. One is the display from ancient times to the present, and the other is the display of architecture and life.
The two symmetrical exhibition halls on the left and right sides of the central exhibition hall have similar contents. There are introductions to food, eight kinds of dry, Wanying tea and many different customs.
Due to insufficient ventilation in the exhibition hall, there is a strange smell similar to old things. If someone can't stand it, I still don't contact them rashly. But for the richness of the content, it is still worth seeing.
Located in Liancheng, Fujian, it is a good place. I think Liancheng is also a place where Hakka people live. This museum introduces Hakka culture and various characteristics of Hakka in detail, which is very meaningful. Recommend
The Liancheng Museum includes 5 exhibition halls, namely the Hall of Celebrities, the Genealogy Hall, the Treasures Hall, the Literature and Art Hall, and the History and Chronicles Hall, as well as a cultural relics warehouse. The total collection includes 1708 movable cultural relics, pictures of Hakka celebrities, biography of Hakka celebrities, Hakka genealogy, surname origins, Hakka folk cultural relics pictures, various county chronicles, yearbooks, cultural and historical materials, literary works, magazines, etc. A total of 1708 pieces, rich in collections, mostly preserved Relatively intact.