Destinations and landmarks
Wu Jin-huai Music Memorial Hall
Wu Jin-huai's old abode is a Minnanese Sanheyuan con-structed using brick and wood. The main building is divided into 5 rooms and furnished with a red-tiled roof with a ridge decorated with flying birds constructed using mosaic tiles. The supporting pillars are round and covered with fine gravel. Walls of the main hall were constructed using large wooden framework, woven bamboo, and mud, and measures 3 rooms wide from left to right. Wu's abode can be considered a show-case of fine architectural work and residence during the Japa-nese occupation and was known for its elaborate woodwork.
In 18 March 2005, the former Tainan County Government reg-istered Wu Jin-huai's abode as a historical building. The Bu-reau of Cultural Heritage under the Council for Cultural Affairs of the Executive Yuan provided a renovation budget of NT$ 11 million. Full restoration was completed in April, 2012, re-establishing the residence as Wu Jin-Huai's Music Memorial Hall. The Memorial Hall includes displays of Wu Jin-huai's manuscripts and sheet music, guitars, and other memorabilia to honor the famous musician.