Take a day - or two - to discover the natural beauty of Alishan and become acquainted with the talented Tsou tribe
Drive by the quaint towns and beautiful scenery of Chiayi County
Explore Alishan's nature including bamboo forests, sparkling waterfalls and tea plantations
Enjoy a tasty aboriginal lunch before a traditional performance from the colorful Tsou tribe
Opt for the two day tour to also watch Alishan's famed sunrise and pay a visit to Fenqihu Old Street and the Everlasting Bridge
Inclusive of comfortable coach transportation including hotel pick up and drop off
Known for its pillowy cloud seas, spectacular sunrises, glowing sunsets, enchanting forests and charming railway, it's no wonder Alishan is a popular day (or weekend) trip for tourists and locals like. Get to know the indigenous Tsou people with a traditional aboriginal meal followed by a tribal dance performance. Then explore this mountain park full of cherry blossom and bamboo forests, glittering waterfalls, hiking trails and high altitude tea plantations. Opt for the two-day tour for your chance to experience the famed Alishan sunrise, Fenqihu's quaint old street and a seemingly never-ending suspension bridge.
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The drive up was dizzying with its rollercoaster, winding uphill roads. Those who get car/bus-sick, come prepared, especially when the bus/car usually goes faster. Fabulous scenes of natural mountain beauty, tea and betel nut plantations. We were there at cherry blossom time so it was really crowded. The trail has many steps (our guide said more than 200 steps) so get in shape before coming here -- you are high up over 2000 meters. Totally enjoyable day.
Ever year from March to middle of April is cherry blossom flowering season ! Nice and romantic place that I ever go ! I enjoy the cool weather and beautiful scene
It's one of the places to visit in Taiwan. The scenery is very good. Memorable time. Do not miss to get the early morning train to see the sunrise.
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