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East Rift Valley National Scenic Area - Luye Visitor Center

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  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Liushishi Mountain
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Floral Fields
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Scenery of the East Rift Valley
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Yuli Kecheng Railway Bridge
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Liyu Lake
  • East Rift Valley National Scenic Area--Liyu Lake’s shore recreation area

This area has been called "a land of milk honey." Traveling down Provincial Highway No.9, all you see on both sides are green farm fields stretching to the mountains. The national scenic area stretches from Mugua River in Hualien to the north to Taitung City and covers a total of 138,386 hectares, encompasses mountains, valleys, and hot springs, together with fields of rice, daylilies, pomelos, tea, and sugar apples in rich abundance. Berms crisscross the land, dividing it into fields; waves of rice billow as cows graze in pastures and fish and shrimp cavort in the streams. The contentment-filled inhabitants are warmly hospital in their rustic way, and the stream beds are littered with precious stones. Truly, this is a paradise on earth.

The valley is home to four of Taiwan's indigenous tribes: the Amis, Atayal, Bunun, and Puyuma. Aboriginal culture is among the most important and most representative of the East Rift Valley's precious resources.

Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
Transportation:

Nat'l Hwy 5 → Exit at the Su-ao Interchnage → Prov. Hwy 9

Public:

By Air:
From Taipei International Airport fly to Taitung on Uni Air, Mandarin Airlines.
Taitung Airport

By Train:
Take a train to Luye Railway Station.

Last update time: 2019-03-15

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