The Old Laiyi Police Post is located on a wide platform above the slate houses of the Old Laiyi tribe in Laiyi Township, Pingtung County. There are relics such as iron houses, water towers, and water tanks on site. The building was set up by the Government-General in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation. In fact, there are two hamlets in the area. The larger hamlet on the southeastern side is called Chajiakavus, and the smaller hamlet on the northwestern side is called Chingasan. In the early post-war period, the tribesmen were forced to collectively relocate their villages to the current Laiyi hamlet.
To get to Old Laiyi hamlet, enter from the fork road on the 6.5 km point of Yilin Road, and you will see the stone stele of the old Jala’afus tribe at the entrance. There are still large-scale slate houses in the hamlet ruins.
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