Visit three unique aboriginal villages, hike through Liang Shan then cool off at a waterfall – utter bliss!
Learn more about the aboriginal culture by visiting the Wutai, Sandimen and Majia villages, where you can sample delicious aboriginal food
View aboriginal architecture and artworks throughout the tour of the villages
Cool off at Liangshan Falls after a hike through the recreation area, and go for a swim in the natural pools
All transportation, including hotel pick up and drop off, plus insurance and mineral water is included in the tour
Discover aboriginal culture at Wutai, Sandimen and Majia, three peaceful villages where you will get the chance to sample some aboriginal cuisine, as well as witness aboriginal artwork first hand. After a morning of creativity, get ready for an afternoon of action at Liangshan Recreation Area. An energizing hike trail will lead you to the Liangshan Falls, a gorgeous waterfall that is divided into three layers. A great place to swim and relax under the sun, as well as to cool off after the hike! Be sure to let yourslef take in the natural surroundings; the area is abundant in rare and exotic flora and fauna.
Please indicate if you require an English tour guide at check out, subject to a NT$ 300 surcharge per person
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You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
The voucher is valid only on the tour date and time specified
Pick up point:
8:40am hotel pick up
Pick up available from hotels in downtown Kaohsiung, Kaohsiung Railway Station, Zuoying High Speed Rail Station, and Kaohsiung International Airport
Please enter your hotel name (or indicate your preference for a railway station or airport) at check out
Our friend took us to this place. we are taiwan lover and have been visiting many times but never visited before. we enjoyed to see native tribes' dance/songs at the autdoor theater、beautiful nature, friendly peoples who speak japanese. we met many tourists from taipei, taiwan and never expected to meet and talk with them who speaks perfect japanese. please visit this place and know their cultures.
We really enjoyed the trip out here, and for sure there is enough to see for a few hours to keep you busy. Though it seems like it is still being developed, there are a few sites we enjoyed there: the arts on display in an old stone house, stone house displays themselves, and the cultural dance and performance.
I wanted to go there for the indigenous exposure but to find out they offer way more than that. Its like a theme park good for family or couples. I spent one full day. Very fruitful. Would love to come back.
Hiking and Swimming. It's a really good place for people those love nature.
Liang Shan Aboriginal Culture & Ecology
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