The festival next year will be open to the public from January 20 to February 4.
By: Maggie Huang, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
The winter in Northern Taiwan is always cold and wet, many citizens tend to make travel plans to the
south during the Chinese New Year holiday to embrace the nice weather.
The sunflowers maze in Shanlin District, Kaohsiung City where plants and flowers are grown by farmers as part of planned crop rotations always draws visitors as far as north as Taipei to the South, and attracted some 100,000 visitors this year.
The festival next year will be open to the public on January 20 with two weeks of exhibiting period to February 4. There are five floral exhibition districts next year, with the biggest area of sunflower maze spanning seven hectares.
The total area of the exhibition will span 32 hectares, including seven hectares of sunflower maze which is almost two times the size of this year. [FULL STORY]