Holidays part IV – Wulai!

A short taxi ride from Xindian MRT station brought us to the mountain village of Wulai, whose resident’s are mostly from the Atayal aboriginal tribe.

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Rivers don’t smell like sewage before they reach Taipei, that occurs afterwards.

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Taiwan has rich and diverse cultures outside of those that came from China. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

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I’ll take one of everything.

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The railway was originally used for transporting lumber, now it just transports tourists.


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The gorgeous Wulai waterfall is about 80 meters high.

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Riding the gondola lift to our next destination.

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Enjoy the sights, rent a boat, or feed the koi.

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The area had a lot of family-oriented activities, most of which were closed when we went. However, we did take full advantage of the archery and air-powered rifle ranges.

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Taipei County has a lot of wonderful places like Wulai that are really close and a great place to spend an afternoon. It’s a great escape from the city.

3 thoughts on “Holidays part IV – Wulai!

  1. I look foward to February when I can once again input humorous names into the bowling scoreboard at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes… I love it when the scoreboard flashes in bold letters:Blood E StoolsSTRIKE!

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