Found in the Anping Area of Tainan city, southern Taiwan, Anping Tree-House was previously a factory of Tait & Co. Tait & Co was a once a prominent business and among the top-five trading businesses in Anping region during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan. Abandoned for some years, a huge tree has immersed itself within the factory from a variety of angles, including trunks which have turned the old structure back to how nature intended. The warehouse’s stone walls have collapsed and now permitted trunks, branches and leaves to dominate windows, surfaces and the floor. However, this has now developed into an exceptional photo taking opportunity. Anping Tree-House is unique to Tainan and has an appeal that allures local and overseas guests because of its mystical, remarkable look.
My name is Barry and www.toolsoftravel.com is my blog of experiences taken around from the world. From sandy Philippine island beach runs to city gym workouts in Kuala Lumpur, travel for me is active lifestyle. Apart from running and the gym, I enjoy swimming, yoga, krav maga, hiking, scary roller coaster rides, reading books, history, learning new things and most importantly adventure.
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