Taiwan’s Kapok blooms in the countryside of Tainan

The kapok trees on both sides of the Kapok Road in Lincuopi form a fiery red canopy. Kapok will bloom on a rural road in Tainan’s Baihe District this weekend. According to the Baihe District …

Taiwans Kapok blooms

The kapok trees on both sides of the Kapok Road in Lincuopi form a fiery red canopy.

Kapok will bloom on a rural road in Tainan’s Baihe District this weekend.

According to the Baihe District Government, the 2022 Kapok Festival in the Lincuopi area of ​​Baihe District started on March 5th and will last until March 20th.

Linchupi Kapok Road is 867 meters long and is surrounded by Kapok trees. During the flowering season, the kapok trees on both sides of the road are in full bloom, forming orange-red trees, attracting a large number of tourists and photography enthusiasts every year. According to Tainan Prospect, Lincuopi has a total of 715 kapok trees, which serve activities in the southern city.

Kapok, also known as red silk flower, is a deciduous tree with bright red five-petal buds.

It is recommended that tourists take the yellow bus Line 6-1 (Xinying Bus Line 6-1) from Houbi Railway Station or other stations and get off at Lincuopi Station. Bike rentals are available in the Ringchupi area.

For more information on transportation, events and performances, visit the Tainan Outlook website.

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