Taiwan indigenous textile and decoration on costumes representing the social and cultural significance are exhibited.
A broad range of materials is used for clothing and decoration of Taiwan indigenous peoples, and many distinctive features could be seen in their designs. Displays on this floor include typical examples of clothing embroidery, weaving, and ornamentation from all ethnic groups. From styles of dress and decoration of different ethnic groups, and their preferences for particular colors and patterns, differences in social and class structures are reflected. In this way, indigenous, the unique life style and value system of Taiwan indigenous peoples are presented. Films played on this floor introduce the singing and dancing performed in traditional festivals and the complex procedure of the traditional ramie-weaving technique of the Truku (Taroko).