Dimoer Park

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    Dimoer Park

The Timur Park is situated 200 meters above the Sandimen Township Office. Timur means “people of the sun” in the Paiwan language and is the indigenous name for the Sandi Village.

The park attracts tourists with its landmarks, the Theater of Life, and the Totem and Hearth of the Ancient.

The Theater of Life is a venue for various indigenous celebrations and ceremonies. The theater features rows of stone seats arranged in the shape of Deinagkistrodon, the reincarnation of the ancient in the indigenous Paiwan legend.

The Totem and Hearth of the Ancient symbolize two different characteristics in the indigenous culture. While the Totem symbolizes masculinity and inheritance, the hearth represents femininity, the continuance of life, and abundant food.

The park is also where various indigenous events are held, including the Harvest Festival of the Paiwan Tribe, wedding ceremonies of Austronesian Tribes, the Tung Blossom Festival, and other local celebrations. When the park is not busy, it can also be an ideal destination for those who wish to enjoy a relaxing stroll or sunset.

Visitors are recommended to spend 30 to 40 minutes here to look at landmarks mentioned above. They can also head over to the observatory to gaze at the surrounding mountains or take in the full view of Sandimen Township. 

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There are several extremely narrow paths in the mountain which are considered the tracks of mountain boars. Hunters often set traps to prey. Be mindful when passing through the paths.


The Timur Park is situated 200 meters above the Sandimen Township Office.



  • Longitude/Latitude:120.65548/22.71837
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    Dimoer Park
    4.1 4stars 682 reviews
    HungKung Lin
    5stars 3 weeks ago

    The place is not big, but the park has images that are deeply meaningful to the aborigines. When you visit Wutai, you might as well come down and take a walk. Walk up a few hundred meters from the back to the forest park!

    Silvia Cheng
    3stars 3 weeks ago

    There are not many tourists, but it has tribal characteristics. It is on the side of the mountain, so the entrance has a steep slope. You need to be careful. It is convenient to park. You can overlook the plains, mountains, rivers and valleys at the foot of the mountain. The view is vast. Walk along the forest plank road

    Iain Castle
    4stars 4 years ago

    Great views from Sandimen to Kaoshiung if you are lucky enough to have a clear day. The sign says "Temur" not "Demoer". Put on some bug spray, as the mosquitoes can be vicious.

    Em1x0 4ga
    5stars 3 years ago

    nice sunset view

    User Joe
    5stars a year ago


    Last Update:2022-09-26

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