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.
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.
Drive from the west exit of the Changchun Tunnel of the Central Cross-Island Highway, then turn south(left) and go along the old Central Cross-Island Highway to the car park close to Liwu River, and you can see the Changchun (Eternal Spring) Shine which commemorates the 226 personnel (military veterans) who died during the construction of the Central Cross-Island Highway (1956~1960). Spring water adjacent by the Eternal Spring Shine flows all the year, and the Highway Bureau named it after "Changchun Falls." It is now a scenic attraction with special significance on the Central Cross-Island Highway.