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Maolin Entrance Park

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    Maolin Entrance Park

The Park next to the entrance of the Maolin National Scenic Area is on the Kaohsiung County Highway No. 132 in Maolin. Formerly the Maolin National Scenic Area office, the complex was revamped to become a park. Visitors can gaze at the Teldreka Bridge, the third tallest of its kind in Taiwan, and appreciate the beauty of modern architecture. The park features simple facilities that allow visitors to take a short break during their journeys before hitting the road again.

There are many public displays in the sculpture zone of the park. An example is three flag posts that symbolize resilience in the face of hardships because they withstood Typhoon Morakot. Another example is three purple crow butterfly sculptures representing three villages in Maolin District. The flying butterflies embody rebirth and hope as the three villages move forward into the future. The butterfly sculptures are lit up at night, giving them a unique appearance.

Visitors are recommended to spend around half an hour here, resting at pavilions in the park or under trees and appreciating scenery along the banks of a river nearby. 

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Maolin Dist., Kaohsiung City



  • Longitude/Latitude:120.65010/22.88064
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    Last Update:2023-10-25

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