Not many people, Taiwanese included, are familiar with Chai-yi city.
English4TW delves into the urban part of Chai-yi this time to bring you the awesomeness perhaps only being discovered by few.
If you are into horse riding or teatime in a tasteful uphill garden, you'll surely want to check out Happy Hill located at Yuan-linzi. The owner of Happy Hill Titan bought the estate with having a private home in mind back in 2009.
His fascination with the western cowboy spirit and passion for fine bakery eventually led to the establishment of Happy Hill Horse Barn and Bakery House. The horse barn and bakery house were initially for private use, but are now open to the public.
There are generally over 10 horses in the Happy Hill Horse Barn. No worries, even if you are just curious about riding a horse for the first time, the horse trainer is there to guide you through the horse-riding experience.
The Happy Hill Bakery House is near the horse barn. From the entrance, a nice walk through the uphill trail and stairs will lead you to the fine bakery house.
A well-designed rest area by the bakery house allows for full enjoyment of coffee, bakery goods and a nice uphill view of a rural part of Chai-yi Min-xiong.
The bakery house offers an array of finely brewed coffee and tasty bread, using the freshest and healthiest ingredients.
If you have the propensity to relax in a quiet place while embracing nature, Happy Hill Bakery House is an ideal place for a family and friends get-together.