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Liangshan’s hiking trail is closed for maintenance

2019/10/24

Due to maintenance work, from October 16 to November 23, 2019, the Area’s Liangshan Waterfall Hiking Trail will be closed at the point of 875 meters away from its entrance. For your safety, do not t...

Liangshan’s hiking trail is closed for maintenance

Old Payuan Tribe of Majia in Pingtung bags PATA Gold Award

2019/09/02

Maolin National Scenic Area Administration just received a gold award in the culture and heritage category from the Pacific Asia Travel Association aside from 33 other winners, for helping to preser...

Old Payuan Tribe of Majia in Pingtung bags PATA Gold Award

Stay safe during and after heavy rain.

2019/08/15

Due to days of heavy rain, soil has loosened and rocks sometimes fall from mountain walls in our area. Please be extra careful when you visit Maolin. With best wishes, Maolin National Scenic Are...

Stay safe during and after heavy rain.

Sandimen to hold "masalut" harvest fest

2019/08/06

An indigenous “masalut” harvest festival and a sports game will be held in Sandimen Township, Pingtung County from August 11 to 13 at Timur Elementary School. This year’s festival is featured by mag...

Sandimen to hold "masalut" harvest fest

Enjoy local delicacies at Town Food Hall of Taiwan Culinary Exhibition

2019/07/24

Want to taste Taiwan’s 12 most popular summer ice desserts at once? Fancy bringing home all of Taiwan’s local specialties for friends and family? Come to Town Food Hall hosted by Tourism Bureau at 2...

Enjoy local delicacies at Town Food Hall of Taiwan Culinary Exhibition

Exploring Taiwan differently on a bicycle

2019/07/04

If you think driving is too fast and walking is too slow, at 20km/hr, cycling will give you the perfect speed and perspective for appreciating Taiwan. To get some inspirations for your body and soul...

Exploring Taiwan differently on a bicycle
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