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Ten Drum Culture Village(十鼓仁糖文創園區)

Traveler rating:4.5 386 Reviews

Monday:10:00 – 20:20





Ten Drum Culture Village (十鼓仁糖文創園區) occupies approximately 5 hectares, and contains 16 old warehouses built during the Japanese Colonial Period. In 2005 it was repurposed by the Ten Drum Band, as an idea to revitalize the unused space. Through careful planning, new life has been given to the century-old sugar factory that had been left unused. Its miraculous rebirth incorporates the Ten Drum Band's innovative Taiwanese drumming music to give you Asia’s first drumming themed international art village. At night, Ten Drum Culture Village becomes a dream-like floodlit sugar factory. Huge gears become a stage for nighttime performances and a massive steel molasses vat is used as a rest stop and coffee shop. The site also has a five-story high extreme slide, and Chimei Museum’s Paradise Path passes overhead. The most recent addition, a 7-story free-fall ride, also attracts thrill-seeking tourists.


TEL +886-6-2662225

Address Rende Dist., Tainan City Taiwán, R.O.C

Category Local Gallery、Culture、Handicapped Access

Email tenpc002@gmail.com

Open Hours Sunday:09:30 – 20:20
Monday:10:00 – 20:20
Tuesday:10:00 – 20:20
Wednesday:10:00 – 20:20
Thursday:10:00 – 20:20
Friday:10:00 – 20:20
Saturday:09:30 – 20:20

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Traveler rating:4.5 386 Reviews Write a Review

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  2. 6 Poor
  3. 38 Average
  4. 133 Very good
  5. 189 Excellent

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  1. 151 Families
  2. 60 Couples
  3. 28 Solo
  4. 15 Business
  5. 94 Friends
  • miniacorns

    Singapore, Singapore

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    Worth a visit for the Drum Performance

    Traveler rating:3 2019-11

    Activities: Great dynamic 30 mins drum performance. Kids loved the giant slide but skipped all others such as VR games, laser tag, free fall, flying fox. We checked out the kiln but there was nobody for us to ask about. Younger children could check out the archery. Believe their website will have the detailed list of activities. Overall, it’s very quiet on a Friday afternoon (good as there wasn’t any queues) but a little livelier might be better. However, the drum performance was packed. Only managed to check out their Honeybridge cafe which serves coffee/teas and cakes. Overall, this place is quaint and good for pictures. The people we met were all friendly and nice. We only wished our kids enjoy it more. How we get there: We walked the 1 km from Baoen train station to Ten Drum. The merciless sun without proper walking path but close to traffic made a supposedly short walk an ordeal. So you could either grab a cab or rent a bike (using Uu card) at the train station. We took the local train from Kaohsiung Main Station Tra to Baoen train station. Journey was about 50mins. You can also depart from Xinzuoying Tra station. Avoid peak hours so you could rest those tired legs.
  • Moheng L

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    What a disappointment

    Traveler rating:1 2019-08

    I visited on a Sunday 5pm with my family but there were no activities there. Even the sugar refinery and museum have no information and no staff there to provide any explanation. It was a disappointment to all of us. Paying the entrance fees for nothing. Why are they still collect entrance fees if nothing to offer us?
  • danielaa023

    Taipei, Taiwan

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Interesting Place

    Traveler rating:4 2019-01

    First recommendation: Don't go at evening, the place is better experienced in the day. went at around 5:00 pm and at that time though they do let you enter, they do tell you that most of the attractions are close. I would recommend going around 10:00 am to 3:00 pm to see all the attractions, have time to walk around the place (is a big area) how something to eat and watch the drums show.
  • AmarilisVos

    Jabbeke, Belgium

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    Change of schedule

    Traveler rating:2 2019-04

    We wanted to visit this place on April 21 to attend the evening show. When we arrived the ticket office was closed. When it opened they told us we could visit but there would be no show. Although the pamphlet at the ticket office announced an evening show on Sunday evenings. We did not enter because of it.
  • sunl29

    London, United Kingdom

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    a waste of time

    Traveler rating:2 2019-05

    entrance fee was expensive, 400 taiwan dollar. got to watch the drum performance. (around 20-30mins) other than the drum performance, nothing special. most of the facilities were closed. wasted my time and money to visit here.

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