The Rainbow Village in Taiwan Is So Pretty, You Won’t Believe It’s Real

The Rainbow Village in Taiwan Is So Pretty, You Won’t Believe It’s Real

Tucked in Nantun District, Taichung, the Rainbow Family Village is a bright space where happiness permeates. Check out the photos and be inspired to visit.

Need more colours in your life?

Head to the Rainbow Family Village in Taichung, Taiwan for an explosion of rainbows. This village of art is the work of Grandpa Rainbow, a former soldier whose real name is Huang Yung-Fu. Now in his 90s, this man picked up his paintbrush years ago to brighten up his environs and to keep the old village from demolition.

The whole village is a canvas; animals, flowers and cartoons adorn not only the walls but also the ground, enveloping visitors in a bright, cheery and Instagram-worthy setting. What a way to bring life back to a village!

Here’s a sneak peek of what you can find in Rainbow Family Village, as photographed by Steven Barringer.

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Image credit: Steven Barringer

Address: 408 Taichung City, Nantun District, Taiwan

Opening hours: 9am to 6pm daily

How to get there: Take bus No. 27 at Taichung Bus Station, opposite Taichung Train Station, and alight at Ling Tung University. The journey will take about 50 minutes. At the bus stop, continue by foot and turn right at the first traffic light.

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