Intracultural learning has been neglected in English curricula in Taiwan since textbooks as an important learning resource have been mainly focused on English linguistic content and developing students’ language skills and and target culture to develop students’ language skill. This study investigated how making VR content helped students enhance their intracultural learning. This study engaged 60 advanced Taiwanese EFL college students in VR content making. The results demonstrated that students developed better intracultural awareness through the features of VR technology including panorama, audio, interaction, and structuring. Further discussions were provided to explain how each of these four features enhanced students’ local cultural learning.