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Bei-Pu street




National Chiao Tung University4  Hakka Ground Tea DIY4Bei-Pu street4 Landis Inn Chuhu


National Chiao Tung University


Hakka Ground Tea DIY

Lei-cha (ground tea) is a traditional tea-based Hakka beverage made with grains, dried fruit, and legumes. These materials are ground, dried into a oil-free powder mixture, and then served with hot water, creating a convenient and healthy dish. Lei-cha is still part of the diet in Hakka communities today and is often served for dinner with a generous garnish of puffed rice and stir-fried side dishes. For most people, however, lei-cha is generally eaten as a banquet refreshment. Authentic style lei-cha can be enjoyed in Beipu Township in Hsinchu County, Nanzhuang Township in Miaoli County, and Meinong District in Kaohsiung City.


Bei-Pu street ※Tour guide (half an hour)

Beipu is a small village in south-eastern Hsinchu county - The village is home to around ten thousand people which is small by Taiwanese standards and has a population consisting almost entirely of the Hakka ethnic minority. The village is known among locals as the Hakka Capital of Northern Taiwan and is a popular excursion for the people of Taiwan to enjoy a bit of history, culture and cuisine.



Landis Inn Chuhu

< No.16, Daxue Rd., East Dist., Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan (R.O.C.) >


1. One bottle of mineral water

2. Every bus have Medicine box

For more information about Bei-Pu, see the following links:
Visiting Taiwan – Experiencing Hakka Culture in Beipu
Taking a Break in Beipu
Hsinchu County ─ Beipu