Taiwan Salt Museum(台灣鹽博物館)
Monday:09:00 – 17:303.8
Category Local Gallery、Culture、Handicapped Access
Sunday:09:00 – 17:30
Monday:09:00 – 17:30
Tuesday:09:00 – 17:30
Thursday:09:00 – 17:30
Friday:09:00 – 17:30
Saturday:09:00 – 17:30
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Hong Kong, China
A small museum about saltsNot very special, but could be of fun with children, they are very excited to see different kinds of salt, in various colours. You can also buy some bath salts as souveniors, may also try boiled egges and icrecream.
Not much to seeThe museum is located quite far away from Tainan. We took a bus (#8899), mainly for scenic spots, from the Tainan train station to the museum. It was a long ride, over 90 minutes one-way. Luckily, there is free Wi-Fi for us to kill time. All displays inside the museum are written in Chinese. There is no English translation side by side nor English audio tapes for explanation and information. Compared with other museums, this one isn't worth the money (although it's still not expensive by our standard) and time. No wonder we didn't see many tourists there.
Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan
Over my expectation!We went there as a backup plan on rainy day. It turned out a very good tour. We had a professional local tour guide lady introducing us the history of making salts. She can answer the questions we throwed out perfectly. They even have the salt mine landscaping from Poland. Pretty impressed by this museum.
Tivat Municipality, Montenegro
Odd, slightly cheesy but pleasantMy host took me here on a October Sunday , Whilst being rather sceptical it is actually a very gentle way of spending a few hours. I learnt a lot about the significant of salt over the ages and the visitors centre whislt being slightly limited in depth is well done Wouldn't go again but I am glad I have been
Surprisingly InterestingNever thought learning about salt could be fun, but this museum proved me wrong. With an introduction to the history of salt, it's uses and many others, it was informative and engaging. It even has a little salt mining cave that mimics that of real caves. One floor is dedicated to photo-taking, with beds, food, even bathrooms made entirely out of salt. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable (he worked in the salt farm when younger) and acted as our private tour guide even! Check out the salt products at the end, then head over to the large salt field behind the museum. Visitors are encouraged to try out salt farming! It was a really enjoyable visit.
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