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Qinkunshen Fan-shaped Salt Fields(青鯤鯓扇形鹽田)

Thursday:Open 24 hours a day





In 1977, Taiwan Salt filled in Qinkunshen sandbar and lagoon to create the last salt field every built in Taiwan. The new salt field also adopted an unconventional fan-shaped layout. The ribs of the fan were made up of inlet ditches, drainage ditches, brine ditches, and roads. The fan body was then divided into individual salt fields. The evaporator pond for collecting salt was placed close to the dormitories for the convenience of the salt workers.  The end of solar salt production operations at Cigu Salt Works marked the end of Taiwanese salt industry and the fan-shaped salt farms were allowed to fall into ruin. The advent of drone photography brought the beauty of the fan-shaped salt fields into the public eye once more.


Address 鯤鯓里, Jiangjun Dist., Tainan City Taiwán, R.O.C

Category Eco-Tour、Natural View

Open Hours Sunday:Open 24 hours a day
Monday:Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday:Open 24 hours a day
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Saturday:Open 24 hours a day


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