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Hot Springs and Health Two Day Trips Route A

With recreation and leisure being the main purpose, you could relax your mind and visit the elegant Baroque architecture of the Jhujhimen Power Plant. Walk causally between the grass and flowers of Sinwei Forest Park, and stay the night at the “eternal life” hot springs of Bulao. Enjoy this casual and relaxing trip! The next day, visit the Bulao Lover’s Tree and end the day romantically accompanied by the legend of sworn love here.

  • Day 1

  • Shenwei Tiantaishan Monastery
    Shenwei Tiantaishan Monastery

    Shenwei Tiantaishan Monastery is located on Provincial Highway 28. Its expansive grounds cover over 720 acres of land. The main building is divided into three separate halls, the front hall, middle hall, and rear hall. The roof is covered in gold-plated glass tiles, giving it a splendorous impression of a royal palace.

  • Bulao Hot Spring Area
    Bulao Hot Spring Area

    Bulao Hot Spring is a low alkaline carbonic acid spring with a pH of 7.5 and a temperature of about 48℃. The water has no smell and is excellent for drinking and bathing. The waters are said to improve one's skin condition and have a rejuvenating effect. Around the hot spring, there are numerous facilities for dining and bathing, spa and hydrotherapy establishments, and areas for barbecues, camping, etc.

  • Day 2

  • Zhulin Recreation Farm
    Zhulin Recreation Farm

    When the plum flowers blossom inside Zhulin Recreation Farm, it is as if snowflakes are falling. At the top of the garden, there is a broad view of the Laonong river gorge, cliffs, and mountains. Visitors may also overlook the highest mountain peak, the top of Mount Jade (Yushan), which is normally in the midst of an ever-changing sea of clouds.

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Last Update:2018-12-27

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