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Maolin National Scenic AreaHot Tourist Routes
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Hot Tourist Routes

Hot Tourist Routes

Indigenous culture Route

Indigenous culture Route

To really explore Taiwan’s Indigenous culture, tourists should choose Maolin National Scenic Area, where there are several Indigenous groups, including: the Siasanshe Rukai of Maolin Township; the West Rukai of Wutai Township and Sandimen Township; the Paiwan of Majia Township; and the Bunun and Tsou of Taoyuan Township. To get a better sense of the extent of Indigenous culture, one should plan a two-day trip. If a guide with in-depth knowledge of the aborigines is present, tourists will experience a meaningful and rewarding trip!

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Hot Spring Route

Hot Spring Route

Besides the numerous commercially operated springs, the Maolin National Scenic Area also boasts the most extensive distribution of natural stream springs in Taiwan. Within the region there are Lakusih Stream (Gold Stream) and Fusing Hot Springs of Taoyuan District, Laolao Hot Springs of Gaojhong, Baolai Hot Springs, Bulao Hot Springs, Shihdong Hot Springs and Cikeng Hot Springs of Liouguei District, and finally, Hongchen Gorge Hot Springs of Maolin District.

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Butterfly Watching Route

Butterfly Watching Route

There are two species of winter migrating butterflies in the world, the Mexican Monarch Butterflies and the Taiwanese Purple Crow Butterflies (Euploea tulliolus). The Mexican Monarchs stay within temperate climate gorges, living in mountainous areas 3000 meters above sea level, unreachable even by cars. Because of the low temperature, they usually cluster in tight packs on trees and are rarely active. Most often it is a silent admiration of them.

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River Rafting Route

River Rafting Route

Laonong River originates from the East Peak of Mt. Jade. It meanders along Central Ridge to the island’s Southwest, passing through Liouguei District of Kaohsiung. In Liouguei, it creates a valley and some alluvial fans, in addition to rushing currents, hot springs, waterfalls, and cliffs. As a result, rafting became popular here.

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Biking Route

Biking Route

The most exhilarating outdoor activity that also saves energy at the same time is a tour of biking with the winds.

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Last Update:2018-08-28

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