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Liyu Lake

No.27, Sec. 1, Chinan Rd., Shofeng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
+886 3 864 1691
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  • Excellent27%
  • Very good42%
  • Average27%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“paddle boats” (17 reviews)
“beautiful lake” (13 reviews)
“papaya milk” (5 reviews)
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No.27, Sec. 1, Chinan Rd., Shofeng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
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+886 3 864 1691
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1 - 10 of 138 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago

This place wasn't part of my consideration but it was recommended to us by our driver. It is quite nice stop-over before the evening. The lake is relative big but the activity area is quite small, it will be worth a visit on days that...More

Thank Kelvin S
Reviewed 24 October 2017

This lake is good for a two hour visit. The lake is rather small, so you quickly go around it. It's good to combine with nearby places like the nearby Li Chuan Aqua farm

Thank sofke8868b
Reviewed 23 October 2017

We were on the way back from Taroko and passed by this lake. Worth spending some time to relax here.

Thank Tulang_B
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Liyu Lake is easily accessible by bus from Hualien and it has hiking paths and paddle boats for a nice afternoon of fun. The south side of the lake also has many restaurants, often selling shrimp cakes and papaya milk tea.

Thank migachan
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

Highlight of our trip. Our children and my husband and I loved the lake. We would love to go back there again. The prices were reasonable for the boat rides. 300NT for a paddle boat and 300 per person for kayaking. The time was open...More

Thank WeidnerClan
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful lake surround with mountains and we biked around the lake. Whole trail about 20 minutes, nice a little bit work out, and rent a bike is easy, 100 nt until 5:00pm.

Thank 道夫藍
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

Very peaceful and beautiful. One can ride small boats and rent a bike to go around the lake. Good place to relax. This place is quiet far from the center of Hualien. You'll need half a day to go there, around and back to the...More

Thank May M
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

It isn't very impressed me after I've been to New Zealand 6months ago lol But it is still beautiful.. We got loads of mosquito bites when we walking surrounding the lake, we have just stayed there not more than 1 hour finally...

Thank Hollie Q
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

This place is very pretty with the Lake being surrounded by incredible greenery. It's worth doing a scooter rental for a day to visit around all of the sites, which will cost you around 450 TWD (if you're comfortable doing so). If however you are...More

Thank JBTraveIIer
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Cooler air up in the mountain. Dragon boats during the annual Festival, otherwise some boats to rent. Plenty of stalls to eat during the day. Notes: - most shops and restaurants close at 6pm - no night life - bike rental possible - tourist office...More

Thank sektao
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sophiaperu
22 May 2017|
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Response from Danielvyjel | Reviewed this property |
Generally in China is not allowed to swim on most natural places because it's believed not to be safe. Most of people can't swim and Taiwan is not an exception. So that's probably the reason.
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