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Taipingshan

Datong Township, Yilan County, Taiwan
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Beautiful Cui Feng Lake!

The mountains are a wonderful reprieve from the heat below! Definitely make sure to check out the... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2017
girlwiththecello
,
Canada
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Paradise on Earth

Having a hot weather of around 30deg everyday, we welcomed the cool air of about 20deg on Taiping... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2016
spoiltbabe
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Singapore
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Datong Township, Yilan County, Taiwan

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Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

The mountains are a wonderful reprieve from the heat below! Definitely make sure to check out the Cui Feng Lake, its much more worthwhile then the mountain itself. There are more hikes by the lake and it's absolutely beautiful, serene and so calm! The sea...More

Thank girlwiththecello
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Having a hot weather of around 30deg everyday, we welcomed the cool air of about 20deg on Taiping Mountain. We had our lunch in the one and only restaurant before our hike. Took a long flight of stairs up before the start of the trail....More

Thank spoiltbabe
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Taipingshan is a must place to visit in Yilan, the scenery is breathtaking. We went to Cui Feng lake, the largest alpine lake in Taiwan and also the Taipingshan villa, the entrance to the numerous walking trails.

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Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

The Taiping Mountain is nice place to relax , the scenery of the mountain has different style in each season of the year , there is only two places to stay, both are always fully booked, remember to bring your own food here, nothing to...More

1  Thank movingmachine
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Arriving at Taipingshan in the heavy fog. Not raining but wet when get out of car. Enter magnificent building commemorating all the yellow cypress wood taken from this mountain by the Japanese loggers up until 1950s

1  Thank Paul O
Reviewed 1 February 2016

it was fantistic that amazing we see the snow in the Taipingshan,it is really attractive that for our foreigner can see such scenery in taiwan,

5  Thank ddtboy31943
Reviewed 4 January 2016

It was a long drive from Jiaoxi. We stopped at the Visitor Centre and checked the map there. Originally wanted to go to visit a waterfall, only to find out that it was closed. So we took the trail next to it, Chinese Hem National...More

2  Thank Dora F
Reviewed 18 November 2015 via mobile

Visited taiping shan in mid nov. Very misty, so didnt get to see 翠峰湖 or cuifeng lake,although we tried a few trails around the lake. Some trails were blocked midway and most were muddy. Climbed long steps to see 太平诗路 and ancient forest. It is...More

2  Thank zsx11
Reviewed 15 November 2015

in winter its easy to watch the silver world there and the forest is most of the TAIWAN original tree place and there is a special for there you can take the bunbun train there its the one of only 2 special mountain tain in...More

1  Thank hencec
Reviewed 23 September 2015 via mobile

We booked a local cab driver Mr Zhang for a full day via our mingsu Full Sweet Inn in Luodong. It took a two hour drive, including a short jaunt ten minutes before the peak destination. The 900m forest walk following old ruins of rail...More

13  Thank SGCouple
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EveT205
25 October 2016|
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Response from Daniel L | Reviewed this property |
The best way to go there is by rental car or taxi. As limited public transport is only available on weekends or long holidays. It is safe there to hike alone, however going there with companions would be a better choice. If... More
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pegwhitecloud
30 October 2015|
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Response from hencec | Reviewed this property |
hello this is taiwanese from YILAN i think you can take a bus there there is a bus station beyond the train station u can take bus name GUO GUAN bur there is only 1 bus there and return as the same pls chack the bus time or... More
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