In memory of the ancestor Huang A-Land settling here more than 200 years ago and distributing the land to others, the area is named “Alangcheng.” Tourists can join in the guided tour on the community’s history and learn how gushing springs are formed and how the excellent quality of the water and soil in the area influence the growth of fruit trees. Visitors can also make vinegar and healthy rice crackers and listen to the stories about eating puffed rice and marrying a good man.
Visitors can also try the high-pressure reproduction method of guavas. They first find the horizontal branch of a fruit tree in the orchard and select about 5 cm of it, then peel down the bark by girdling. Next, they wrap the branch with soaked water weed and increase the humidity with a plastic bag, it would then sprout. The survival rate is up to 95% with this method.