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Combating COVID-19 in Maolin National Scenic Area (111/1/11pdate)

2021/10/08

The Central Epidemic Control Center noted on Jan 9 that the nation’s COVID-19 alert would be maintained at the second level from January 9 to January 24, 2022.The public is requested to cooperate wi...

Combating COVID-19 in Maolin National Scenic Area (111/1/11pdate)

Tengzhi National Forest Recreation Area to reopen on December 31, 2021

2021/12/28

Tengzhi National Forest Recreation Area will reopen on December 31 (Friday), 2021 soon. During tentative operations, from December 31, 2021 to February 15, 2022, the admission price is NT$60 per per...

Tengzhi National Forest Recreation Area to reopen on December 31, 2021

Highway traffic dispersion measures will be in place for the New Year

2021/12/23

Jan. 1-2: From 14:00 to 21:00, National Highway 5 will only be accessible to high occupancy vehicles to and fro Su’ao, Luodong, Yilan, and Toucheng (northbound). Dec. 31 and Jan. 1: From 6:00 to ...

Highway traffic dispersion measures will be in place for the New Year

Maolin Valley is closed for now

2021/07/27

 A construction project is taking place at Maolin District Office. To make sure visitors are safe, Maolin Valley is closed for now. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will make another anno...

Maolin Valley is closed for now

Explore Maolin online - breathe in fresh air at Xinwei Forest Park

2021/06/11

Previously known as Xinwei Tree Nursery, Xinwei Forest Park was used to grow tropical trees. There were more than 200 tree species at the time, mostly Mahogany, bamboo, and cypress.   Xinwei F...

Explore Maolin online - breathe in fresh air at Xinwei Forest Park
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