This small aboriginal village in the New Taipei City countryside is another popular day trip destination for locals, and on the weekends it can get a little busy. Here they have quaint little restaurants, an aboriginal cultural village, souvenir shops, a cable car that leads to a waterfall, and there’s even a public hot spring. Yes, there are lots of reasons to visit this beautiful little village, but during cherry blossom season its scenic surroundings become even more stunning (if that’s possible.)
It can get very busy here though, and the traffic can be a bit hectic, so be prepared for a slow bus ride from the nearest MRT station – which is actually a great opportunity to soak up the atmosphere, as the ride takes you through the local countryside.
Wulai Visitor Center, 45-1 Wulai Street, Wulai District, New Taipei City, Taiwan