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Making Plans with National Parks - "Exploring Seqalu Kingdom"

Hey! Are you looking for secret destinations? The Hengchun Peninsula is full of beautiful scenery. There are many lovely cultural spots other than Kenting Main Street. Did you know about the mysterious Seqalu Kingdom? Have you heard of Ciljasuak? In fact, the old name of the Lide community in Manzhou Township was Ciljasuak, which originated from the Seqalu Kingdom. To let the public see something different and experience Ciljasuak culture, Kenting National Park Headquarters advised the Ciljasuak community to incorporate environmental education into ecotourism to remember the past culture of Seqalu Kingdom through today's Lide community.

Kenting National Park Headquarters will host the "Exploring Seqalu Kingdom" event on January 26, 2019. The quota of participants for the event is 30 people; the participation fee is NT$600 per person (included: environmental education guide, insurance, special Lide-style lunch). Online registration is accepted from today onwards.

Making Plans with National Parks -
Making Plans with National Parks -
"Exploring Seqalu Kingdom"