On the day I arrived at the Fairy Terrace, there was a lot of snow, the kind that could fill my hat in an instant. This is a relatively independent attraction. It is said that it was a scene created for filming in the past. It really looks like a fairy tale world. It feels like there should be little people living in the cabin. In fact, there are shops in the cabin. When the sky gets dark, it is the most beautiful time here. I regretted the chartered car with a tour group. This is the last stop of the itinerary. Because the journey is relatively long, the tour time arranged by the travel agency is very tight. Half an hour includes the time to go to the bathroom, but the bathroom is still a bit far away and there is a queue, so Basically, it came out after taking some photos after turning around. If you have time, I recommend you come by car and take photos and drink coffee here. Just don't miss the time of the shuttle bus. The traffic here is not very convenient. Missing the shuttle bus is more troublesome.
The Fairy Terrace is actually the Forest Handicraft Village. Along the trail in the forest, you can slowly visit each handicraft shop. Each has its own unique works, exquisite and lovely. After sunset, the small wooden houses in the forest will be lit, and the fairy terrace under the night has a special flavor.