Fushan Botanical Garden

Fushan Botanical Garden, Yuanshan: Address, Phone Number, Fushan Botanical Garden Reviews: 4.5/5

Fushan Botanical Garden
4.5

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samtrip12345
Charlottesville, VA991 contributions
Beatiful preserve
Jun 2016 • Friends
You need a permit (easy to get) but admission is limited. Plan on spending a few hours walking the well marked trails of this amazing place. Nature at its best. Trees of wide variety, small deer that are not afraid of you. Not difficult walks, but bring sun screen and a hat. Possibly bug repellent.
Written June 10, 2016
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BeLes
Singapore, Singapore92 contributions
Nice escapade to nature
Was at the park for only an hour before closing so did not manage to go for the various walking trails. As a nature lover, the garden is very serene and air is really fresh. Due to the limited entry and controlled environment, the natural habitats are relatively untouched and according to fellow reviewer, you can see little wild animals there. We did manage to see a little deer near the entrance of the park. Many species of plants can be found here. You can see trees like cinnamon, camphor, gingko etc.
See the official English website for more details http://fushan.tfri.gov.tw/en/index.php
You need to apply for permit before you can enter the park. A nice stop if you are in Yilan if you are a nature lover.
Written October 27, 2014
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PlumRain
Taipei, Taiwan28 contributions
Fushan Botanical Garden
Oct 2014 • Friends
A peaceful lovely place to visit if you have time and an interest in the forest ecology of northern Taiwan. Advanced planning is needed to visit the garden. If you're coming from outside Taiwan, a tour company or a local friend will be able to help with an application to visit the garden. Attaching yourself to a day tour group that provides transportation to the garden, lunch and visits other area sites is your best bet.
Some of the garden staff speak English. The trails are well marked and maintained.
Written October 25, 2014
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