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1. Ershui Township Day Tour
* To Babao Canal:：
After getting off the train at Ershui Train Station, you can rent a bicycle nearby to start you day tour. First, walk toward your right facing the train station, you’ll see a store selling turkey rice. Then, walk straight, you’ll see a Erbashui rest station, which means you’re on the right track. Continue walking straight, pass the train tracks, and turn right for the bicycle lane and walk way. You can enjoy the rural beauty and walk forward against the wind, racing the trains. Time passes, don’t hesitate and keep going forward. After a tiny uphill slope, it means you need to turn left. After you reach the end, turn left again, then ride toward your right. After a while, you can reach the historic Babao Canal. Across from Babao Canal is the Linsiansheng Temple, which houses Lin Siansheng, who gave great contribution to the people of Changhua, and on the right and left are Shih-bang Shih and Shih-cing Huang, who also contributed to opening the canal. After the tour, you should be tired, so head back toward Ershui Train Station and see the beautiful scenery at the source.
*See the map on the previous page of the tourism information for other scenic spots near Babao Canal
2. Traveling from northern Taiwan to Ershui
(1) High Speed Rail (or Taiwan Rail) routes:
In order to get to “Yuanchuan Train Station,” it is necessary to take the Chichi Train. There are few trains; one train in over an hour, there are about 20 trains going north and south each day. At the farthest, Chichi Train leaves from Taichung Station, some leave from Changhua Station, and the terminal station is Chcheng Train Station of Nantou County. It is also possible to take the Western Line to “Ershui Train Station,” then transfer to Chichi Train to Yuanchuan.
3. Traveling from southern Taiwan to Ershui
(1) High Speed Rail (or Taiwan Rail) route:
|Source: References: Dah Chiou Yuan Community Farm|