Farm Village Kong-Yao (Earth Oven) Picnic, Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung, Taiwan
1 Day
English, Thai

About the trip
Culture and Religion Epicurious Foodie
Kong Tu Yao (Taiwan earth oven) originated in the early Taiwanese agricultural community. The farmers would use their spare time and gather materials directly from the field and build a kiln for the earth oven. Nowadays, the activity is popular among adults and children to recall the memories of the traditional agricultural way of living. Our guides will introduce you to the steps of building a sturdy kiln with the traditional farmers’ knowledge.
  • Enjoy the hot food from the Taiwanese earth oven in the field
  • This package only available in spring and autumn
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  • One Meal (1 Lunch)
  • Local guides
  • First aids
  • Travel insurance
  • Activity fees as mentioned in the program
Day One
Meet at THSR Zuoying Station (Rainbow Market) at 8:30 a.m. Stack your own kiln. Work with your family and friends to build the best earth oven. Make your own earth oven feast step by step, starting from setting the firewood to putting in the food. Try authentic Hakka cuisine for lunch.
Have dessert at Shihsingding – Have a bowl of mung bean soup to cool you off and walk to the peak to gaze the Longdu plain. Harvest fresh vegetables and fruits and take home your full harvest. Destroy the earth oven and dig in (literally)! Try the hot-out-of-the-oven kiln cooked delicacies. Tour will end at about 4:30 p.m.
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