Tai-tung is the county with the most archaeological sites.
Under the beautiful land buries the cultural treasures and secret history of Taiwan.
It's a great idea to check out Tai-tung National Museum of Prehistory before actually exploring these numerous relic sites.
This is a fantastic place for parent-child education.
These archaeological discoveries made underground revealed the mystery of Prehistoric Taiwan.
From a child's perspective, it may have the same appeal as dinosaurs.
There are museum classes helping children become familiar with various prehistoric human cultural and creative works.
There are also exhibitions for the local aboriginal art program, showcasing the tradition and creativity of the aboriginal art.
There are huge collections with thorough introductions. Some are actual archaeological discoveries; some are lifelike wax sculptures.
Indigenous Taiwanese may very well be the cradle of Austronesian culture.
The museum collects introductions to all aboriginal tribes.
There are different clothes and articles for daily use by different tribes.
Coming here, you'll discover some unbelievable history, such as that of the prehistoric elephants in Taiwan.
Taiwan also used to be a place to which salmon migrated.
Fifteen thousand years ago, the land began to uplift, preventing salmon from swimming to the sea and causing it to evolve into Taiwan Landlocked Masu Salmon.
There is also introduction to the earliest culture in Taiwan "Chang-pin Culture." It traces its roots back to thirty thousand years ago.
The relic site is Tai-tung Baxian Cave.
You can see replicas of the artifacts unearthed from Chang-pin cultural relics.
These are the archaeological discoveries in Baxian Cave.
This tells you who the earliest humans to live in Taiwan were.
There is the lifelike simulation of jade artifacts in the making.
The aborigines actually began to do overseas trade so long ago.
Hua-lian an Tai-tung are known for jade. You can check out the precious prehistoric jade ornaments in Taiwan.
This is a national treasure unearthed in Taiwan.
Furthermore, the dutch already came to eastern Taiwan at an earlier time during the Age of Discovery.
You can check out how gold mining in eastern Taiwan came into being.
Gold articles were extremely valuable four hundred years ago.
Lan-yu aborigine possessed the metallurgical skills.
Their helmets were built piece by piece using silver Spanish coins.
There are various national treasures unearthed in Taiwan.
There are the jade artifacts from Bei-nan Site.
The stone coffin is the most distinctive.
This prehistoric and marine exhibition will change your stereotypes about aboriginal people.
They are adventurous while possessing superb navigation skills.
This trip will certainly be rewarding.
Gutsy folks can sign up for a museum overnight stay. Experience the "Night at the Museum" living with ancient relics.