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Tengzhi Forest Recreation Area to reopen soon

2019/03/22

Closed for nearly a decade since Typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan, Tengzhi Forest Recreation Area will reopen on March 31, 2019 to the public again. A pilot operation project will be in place till June 30...

Tengzhi Forest Recreation Area to reopen soon

Advocate travel safety to get free gifts

2019/03/21

Starting from today, visitors may take upload photos of travel safety bulletin boards taken by the service counters of Xinwei, Maolin and Rinari Visitor Centers to the Administration’s Facebook page...

Advocate travel safety to get free gifts

Austronesian Wedding gives 10 couples an indelible, romantic day

2019/03/15

The romantic 2019 Austronesian Wedding – Love by Dawu Mountain (Masilid) will take place on March 15 & 16. Administration director Chien Ching-fa noted that this is the 14th year the wedding is ...

Austronesian Wedding gives 10 couples an indelible, romantic day

2019 Austronesian Wedding - DIY class

2019/03/06

1n1 Indigenous DIY Class, a side event of the 2019 Austronesian Wedding - Love by Dauwu Mountain, Masilid, will be held alongside the Indigenous Open Market. Indigenous artisans will teach all parti...

2019 Austronesian Wedding - DIY class

A heavy cold front from China has just hit Taiwan. Please be sure to put on extra clothes to keep warm when doing sightseeing these couple of days, and stay healthy and safe.

2019/01/22

A heavy cold front from China has just hit Taiwan. Please be sure to put on extra clothes to keep warm when doing sightseeing these couple of days, and stay healthy and safe.  

A heavy cold front from China has just hit Taiwan. Please be sure to put on extra clothes to keep warm when doing sightseeing these couple of days, and stay healthy and safe.

Power off at Maolin Visitor Center

2018/12/28

Due to a power construction plan, from 9am to 4pm on Saturday December 29, 2018, no electricity was provided at the Maolin Visitor Center. The 3D multi-media screenings and related uses of electroni...

Power off at Maolin Visitor Center

Ill-grown trees removed from Xinwei Park

2018/12/26

From December 27 to 28, 2018, ill-grown trees were removed from Xinwei Forest Park under Maolin National Scenic Area Administration. Visitors were advised to follow the instructions of on-site staff...

Ill-grown trees removed from Xinwei Park
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