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Very interesting to see the buildings built so near the river. The air is so fresh up here in the mountain.
Wulai is famous for its hot springs.There are many hotels and spas that you can pay to enjoy or you can enjoy open air hot springs along the riverside.
Can you spot several people enjoying the hot springs along the river in the above photo.
Crossing the bridge to see the tallest waterfall in Taiwan. And this end of this bridge we can opt to take the trolley train but I forgot about it and had to walk for more than 30 minutes to see the waterfall. But I took the trolley back down cause I was really very tired.
The little train brings you to the terminus of the cable car that brings you to the top of a nearby mountain. From the main tourist street in the town, cross the bridge, and take the wooden staircase across the road. It goes up to the left. Follow the pedestrian street to the station. The little train costs NT$50 each way and takes you one and a half kilometers up the valley.
The long walk to see the waterfall.
The waterfall is quite narrow but will be wider if there's rainfall. It is about 80 metres tall.
Aborgine statue with his dogs near the waterfall.
Locals wearing the aborgine costumes to attract customers to their stalls.
We decided not to walk back to the base of the mountain so we took the trolley train back.
Ticket of the trolley train at NT50 each for one way.
Feeling so tired we made our way back to the bus stop and wanted to take a bus back to Xindian MRT Station but there were many cab drivers looking for passengers to make up four people to fill the cab so that they can made their way back to the MRT Station. So hubby and me decided to take the cab.
On the way to the waterfall.
The Wulai Waterfall - I have a fear of heights, that explained why I did not take video closer to the edge lol.
Close up view of the waterfall.
Taking the trolley train up to view the waterfall.