Many families come here to enjoy the surrounding of this family friendly park. There are hiking trails, gardens, water falls, and temples that leads you to some awesome views of the city. It was a nice day in early Feb. and not that crowded. It takes over an hour to get there from Taipei and if it was not for my Granddaughter who goes to school there, we would not have been able to get there by ourselves. It takes several MRT and busses to get you there from Taipei, and if you are not familiar with the language and bus system, it could be a challenge. You have to take note of the times of the bus as it is limited and crowded. We were fortunate to be able to take the last bus down. I don't know how other people would have gotten back to town. Guess they have to call a taxi. A taxi would be a preferred choice and not that expensive if you're not familiar with the transit system. My family enjoyed our day at the park. Note: Be sure and carry toilet paper (as in most places in China) bring hand sanitizer, and learn how to "squat".
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