Bagong Pasyalan sa Taichung Taiwan, Bubuksan

‘Qingshui Ghost Cave’

Ito ang tawag sa bagong tourist spot na bubuksan sa publiko ngayong Abril.

Qingshui Ghost Cave
Qingshui Ghost Cave (Credits to the source)

 Ang 420-meter long tunnel na ginawa during Japanese invasion sa Taiwan ay siniguro ng mga autoridad na safe para sa mga turista.

Ang “Qingshui Ghost Cave” 清水鬼洞 (translated as clear water ghost hole) ay matatagpuan sa Taichung. Natapos ang restoration nito noong March 4 at bubuksan ngayong Abril ng taong kasalukuyan.


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Ang tunnel na ito ay ginawa noon pang 1943 at gawa sa bakal, semento at mga bato. Malamig sa loob nito tuwing summer at mainit-init during winter.

Sa pagdaan ng panahon ay may mga military facilities na-preserve sa loob mismo ng tunnel na ito, kagaya ng mga bedrooms, storerooms, lookouts, kitchens, water troughs, toilets, gun towers, and sniper areas.


Opening Hours: 9am-4pm during weekends and holidays.

                           9am-4pm during weekdays.

Closed during Mondays except for pre-booked appointments of groups of at least 15 people.

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Located on the northeast side of Aofeng Mountain Park (鰲峰山公園), the 420-meter long tunnel had previously attracted visitors, according to a Taichung Travel Net report on March 21. To ensure safety, however, Taichung Construction Bureau repaired the tunnel and equipped it with lighting, fire prevention and suppression equipment, ventilation, emergency exits, and surveillance cameras.

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