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A Brief Introduction of Kuljaljau
A Brief Introduction of Kuljaljau
Old Trails Built during Japanese Occupation Era
Spiritual Fortress
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Ancestral Spirits House
A Brief Introduction of Kuljaljau

A Brief Introduction of Kuljaljau Village


  Since the move in 1955, located in the northwest of Laiyi Township , it is across Waloos River from Yilin Village on the east and Linbian River from Danlin Village on the south. The adjacent neighbors include Pinghe Village and Jiahsing Village of Taiwu Township on the north, Hsinchi Village of Wanruan Township on the west. There are seventeen neighborhoods in the district with 330 households. Population: 1,468 (Men: 773; Women: 695). There are two community development associations: Kuljaljauand Chunghsing, Township Public Administrative Office, Township Council, Administrative Division Offices, Administrative Business Office, Public Health Clinic, Service Branch Office, Laiyi Postal Office, Telephone and Telegraph Exchange Office, Pingtung Bus Laiyi Terminal Station. It has Laiyi Junior High School and KuljaljauElementary School .            

 Enriched with traditional culture and folklores, Kuljaljau Village values the importance of heritage and root-searching among generations. The most well known events are its five-year and six-year fiesta that represent the culture of Paiwan Tribe. Wood sculpture is the most exemplary traditional art. This is also a place propitious for giving birth to great men with political influence. The agricultural products and the specialty foods originated from mountains nearby include the millet (and millet-fermented liquor), taro, peanuts, wild vegetables, and etc. Transportation services include Pingtung Expressway 110 across the village and passenger bus service, which are extremely convenient. The aboriginal savor has been well preserved in Kuljaljauthanks to the many local, folk activities held for tourism and recreation.

Source: Brief Introduction of Pingtung County Laiyi Township  Image: The Integral Planning of Ecotourism Industry Development in Pingtung County Laiyi Township  Edited by: Hui-hsin Gao, Yi-de Chou  












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