No. 21, Yi 1st Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City 202, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Department of Tourism and City Marketing, Keelung City Government
King Ming Chang Recreational Farm is a characteristic place to visit inside Maling Recreational Farm Area. There are many bumblebees and over forty Formosan Sambar Deers in the garden. Tourists can adopt pomelo trees and feed the carps. Through the owner's explanation and tourists' self-experience, it is a wonderful place with both entertainment and learning. The main method of King Ming Chang Recreational Farm's management is to harvest the antler through the cultivation of Sambars. Because of the good quality and the excellent reputation of velvet, the garden has been gradually embraced for over twenty years. With the arising fashion of recreation in recent years, the garden invited by Farmers' Association of Keelung City begins to develop recreation and farming. The garden also purchases lots of facilities and feeds the number of animals such as variegated carps, geese, black swan, peacocks, turkey and red duck, which are all open to visitors. The garden owner will not only share his experiences in the almost thirty years with tourists but also lead you to get more understanding about Formosan Sambar Deers. Besides, there is an agriculture product 'Taiwan native honey,' different from common honey in the market. The bumblebee garden owner sucks wild nectar in the untilled forest of Mountain Maling. Despite fewer products, it is pure native honey. It is not only an insistence but also a continuous survival of native honey in Taiwan. However, because the quantity of native honey is fewer and fake honey is sold in the market, the management is interrupted by the bad situation. Thus, Taiwan's native honey supply has instantly reduced. After years of hard work, the owner brings native honey back to the garden again.
No.162-1, Dahua 2nd Rd., Qidu Dist., Keelung City
Parking lot available for 5 cars
Holiday opens from 9:00 to 18:00 and workdays reserved first.
Take Keelung bus 701 to Qinglan Bridge bus stop; the farm is not far from the bus stop.