타이중시내에서 버스로 찾아가기느 조금은 힘들어도 일단 가보면 작은공간에 컬러풀하데 사진찍기 좋은 장소예요.
Taichung Railway took No. 27 bus to Mindong University of Science and Technology and walked there. It was built by Grandpa Rainbow, who is now ninety years old, and fortunately this old family village was saved from demolition. Originally mottled family village alleys re-energized under his creation, auspicious words, totems, cartoon villains and other gorgeous colors like rainbows fall into the world, allowing visitors to see different family villages.
Rainbow Family Village, which I wanted to come to a long time ago! The origin is that the old grandfather who lives here is very bored and paints the house of this village very well. What a lovely boy! Although some people say it's not worthwhile to take an hour car to see a super mini village (it's really small, and some can't be visited in the revision), I like it very much. I bought special tape and postcards here!
[Rainbow Family Village] Grandpa in his nineties is a real energy boom, to be honest. Colour collocation has a kind of inexplicable warm aesthetic feeling. Small villages are beautiful. It's hot. Transportation: Taichung Railway Station can take Bus No. 27 to Lingdong University of Science and Technology and get off the train. Taichung Bus is free of charge within 10 kilometers. So it only cost NT$4. There is a bus 357 directly to Donghai University opposite the departure point, but it runs only one and a half hours, so you can enjoy the time in Rainbow Village.
There is no noise of the city, only childlike fantasy. Grandpa Rainbow's positive and optimistic attitude, as well as graffiti-like walls, gives people a feeling of childhood. If you have the ability, please donate 10 yuan to buy Paints for Grandpa Rainbow. We all contributed actively! Remember to take a picture with Grandpa Rainbow for free.
Although the family village is smaller than imagined, it is more interesting than imagined. It also meets Grandpa No. 25 himself (a man with a slightly hunched back). The family village added these lively colors and lovely patterns. It seems that the history has also become better and happier.
There is a strange old family village in Chun'anli, Taichung. Unlike the collapse of the general family village, this family village is full of bright lines and colors, known as "Rainbow family village". The village is painted by Grandpa Huang, a veteran over 90 years old. Rainbow Family Village was originally one of the villages to be demolished by the government. Grandpa Rainbow used his art to re-interpret Family Village to preserve not only his beloved hometown, but also his old memory and historical remodeling. Now Family Village has become a famous net red attraction in Taichung.
It's a little inconvenient to get here. Take No. 27 (50 minutes) at the railway station to the six villages in Gancheng, cross the road, go along Chun'an Road, pass the primary school, and turn left into the bottom of the lane. If it's from Taichung, you can take No. 27 to Chaomai Station. It's nearer. Buses usually run half an hour. They are free within 10 kilometres by swiping a yo-yo card. In 2010, a retired grandfather picked up a brush because he was bored and turned his family village into a colorful world, hence the name "Rainbow family village". Facing demolition, the people petitioned together, and the mayor of Taichung decided to keep the village after his personal inspection. Family village is not big, walk around about 10 minutes, but the house was painted on a variety of colorful patterns, and are all with a good moral, such as love or wealth at first sight. The visit is free, but there is also a small box outside Grandpa's house to collect donations, which means that we hope to buy more paint through donations. There is also a stall outside Grandpa's house, which sells some fans, notebooks, folders, postcards and other souvenirs. The price of an umbrella is about NT 880. Occasionally during the day, a mysterious figure dressed in Iron Man costume will take a picture with you. Some people say that to come to the village is to find the feeling of childhood, but with me it is more like when dreams come into reality.