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About Hualien

Hualien City is a must-visit for tourists traveling to the Hualien-Taitung Valley. A transportation hub where you can enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Ocean, it is a good place to ride bicycles and enjoy yourself in a relaxing atmosphere. The place is completely suffused with artistic atmosphere, book shops and cafés . Add to this the pleasant scent and flavor of old-fashioned food and you'll find the charm of Hualien. The center of the city is the intersection of Zhongshan, Zhongzheng, and Zhonghua roads. This is called the "Golden Triangle" and is very lively There is a veritable forest of shops and businesses of all kinds. It is also a popular gathering place for gorments and gourmands.

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Chihsingtan Beach
4.6/5
1,605 Reviews
Seashore
Chihsingtan Beach is a Hualien county-level scenic area. It is a large crescent-shaped coast. Chihsingtan is known for its amazing bay. It is quite ideal for watching the sunrise, seeing the stars and enjoying the moon. In the neighborhood of Hualien City, many people are used to strolling after work and taking in the summer and the beach.
Taroko Park
4.6/5
1,245 Reviews
Canyon
National Park
Taroko Park is situated in the eastern part of Taiwan and spans three administrative districts of Hualien, Taichung and Nantou. Spectacular canyons, waterfalls and Truku people's remains can be found in Taroko. In addition to the natural landscapes, the Bloor Bay Recreation Area is also a must-visit destination. Bloor Bay is the place where the Truku people lived. Here you can visit the Taroko-style bamboo houses and taste aboriginal-style meals to learn about the local aboriginal culture.
Ch'ing-shui Cliff
4.6/5
1,061 Reviews
Seashore
Observation Deck
 The Qingshui Cliff is found between heping and the Zongde. It is a wonderful spectacle on the east coast of Taiwan and is one of the eight highlights in Taiwan. The clear water cliffs are extremely high and close to the Pacific Ocean at an angle of nearly 90 degrees. The roads here are wandering, with cliffs on the one side, and the vast sea on the other. The excitement you can feel here is amazing. In the Suo-Dong tunnel on the Suhua Highway, there are trails that lead to two viewing platforms. You can also watch the mountains and waters of the Pacific Ocean and Qingshui Cliffs. You will also find many beautiful attractions such as Northern Australia, Nanfangao, and Wushina on the way.
Ruisui Ranch
4.4/5
528 Reviews
Farm
Ruisui Ranch is located in the Wuhe Scenic Area. It is a famous dairy farm in East Taiwan and a suitable place for family and children. It was originally a papaya field. After the typhoon, the hard-planted papaya was often destroyed by the typhoon. Later, the forage was planted to open the animal husbandry of Mizuho. Nowadays, Mizuho Ranch has a visitor center, an open-air cafe, bicycle trails and other facilities that make it easy for the whole family to swim.

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Hualien Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park, formerly the fourth largest forest farm in Taiwan, once known as the Hometown of Taiwan's Elm, regardless of its size or importance, is the most complete and distinctive logging base left by Taiwan. As early as the beginning of the Japanese occupation, the Japanese began to reclaim in the Lintianshan area. Until the policy of the total ban on logging of natural forests in Taiwan in the 1980s, the logging operation of Lintianshan was officially stopped. For more than a decade, the workstations in the forest area have been successively cut, and the past bustling scenes of Lin Tianshan have gradually disappeared, becoming a quiet and deserted hill city. Now entering the Lintian Mountain Forest Farm, the coffin houses and the old railways left on the hillside are all traces of the past years. This place is called "Morissaka" during the Japanese occupation. It still retains abandoned Japanese houses, auditoriums and projectors with a long history. A variety of wood carvings were exhibited in the exhibition hall that was converted into a Japanese-style building. The Field Museum is a very fine Japanese-style building. It is well preserved and has a reasonable interior layout. It is a good place to learn about Japanese architecture. During the heyday of Lintian Mountain, more than 2,000 people lived here. Kindergartens, elementary schools, hot perm shops, welfare agencies, public canteens, railway stations, etc. have emerged as the times require, and even there is a place for public gatherings - Zhongshan Hall, where free movies are broadcast every week. The bustling scene at that time can be imagined.
Posted: Sep 22, 2019

Frequently Asked Questions

I recommended Chihsingtan Beach, Taroko Park, Shitiping, Huadong Valley, Qixing Lake Binhai Bicycle Road.
Here are the best places to visit in Hualien, including: Hualien, Su-Hua Highway, Liyu Lake, Huadong Valley, Eternal Spring Shrine.
Take the train, if you buy a sightseeing express train such as Puyuma or Taroko, it is better.