08:15-08:30 Gather in MRT Aozihdi Station (Exit 2)
08:30-10:00 90-minute drive
10:00-11:00 Nanhua Dam 60-minute visit
11:00-11:45 45-minute drive
11:45-14:15 Tainan Shangshang Garden & Waterworks Museum 150-minute visit & lunch break
14:15-15:00 45-minute drive
15:00-16:00 Professional Training Center
Taiwan Water Corporation
60-minute visit
16:00-17:00 60-minute drive
17:00 Arrival


Nanhua Dam

Nanhua Dam, originally named Houjie Dam, is a dam across the Houku River, a tributary of the Tsengwen River in southern Taiwan. Located at Nanhua District, Tainan, the dam was built to provide municipal water to Tainan and Kaohsiung City and is operated by the Taiwan Water Corporation. Construction work started in December 1988, and impoundment of the reservoir began in July 1993. A conduit to supply water from the reservoir to Kaohsiung was completed in October 1993 and the entire project was operational in March 1994.


Professional Training Center
Taiwan Water Corporation

After the construction of the Professional Training Center is completed, it will have multiple functions such as teaching, training, research, conference, life and leisure. In the future, it can be used as the cradle of domestic tap water professionals training, providing better water services for users across Taiwan and relevant training for tap water practitioners, as well as promoting the exchange and development of international tap water business, and further enhancing Taiwan Water Corporation to enter the world-class tap water business field.


Tainan Shangshang Garden & Waterworks Museum

The “Old Tainan Canal” was built in 1922.Once this decision has been formally announced, Old Tainan Canal will become the 19th national historic spot to be approved by the Ministry of the Interior. The Old Tainan Canal is comprised of many different types of buildings. The materials include western style steel and concrete buildings, as well as red brick buildings, which are both sturdy and attractive.