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Guanzihling in Baihe District is where mud springs are located. The walking paths in Guanzihling’s woods are fully developed; a myriad of hot spring hotels and yuya (Japanese private hot spring rooms) are sprinkled throughout the area. Baihe District has been given the name of “Lotus Town” where lotus root tea and lotus feasts are must-tries when lotus is in season. Being
home to Taiwan’s champion rice, Houbi continues to embrace its farming culture. For those who fancy a journey back to ancient rural life or tantalisingly beautiful waves of paddy fields, be sure to visit Jingliao Village in Houbi District. On the other end lies Tugou, another village that features relatively new farm and village art. The village has been transformed into one with a museum and music studio. For art and music lovers, make sure you do not miss it! Dongshan undoubtedly has the most mesmerising scenery with a sea of clouds in winter. Situated at a relatively low altitude, the forests in Dongshan make for a good summer resort. Along Dongshan Coffee Road, you will be greeted by a line of coffee masters. Imagine sipping aromatic coffee while being surrounded by the magnificent view. There is no better place like Dongshan for coffee lovers. This is also the place that provides world-class bakery master, Wu Pao-chun with longan fruit for his bakery.