• Liushidan (Sixty Stone ) Mountain 六十石山
    Guess what!Jinzhen (daylilies) will blossom all over hillsides in Liushidan Mountain every summer. You can see the huge golden hillsides that cover by daylilies flowers and also taste special daylilies dishes here. Even if you visit here during un-flowering season, the wide green hillsides with red brick farmer houses is also beautiful sceneries.
  • Hongye Hot Springs 紅葉溫泉
    Hongye means red leaf in Chinese. The hot spring comes from the branch of Hongye creek, which was developed during Japanese Occupation. Japan style architecture and natural hot spring make this place famous and everyone like to enjoy their holiday here. It is like heaven that have a hot spring beside maple trees especially in the winter time.
  • Matai’an Wetland Ecological Park 馬太鞍濕地生態園區
    This is a natural wetland. What’s the meaning of Matai’an? It means pigeon pea in Pangsah language. It also symbolizes luck for Pangsah (indigenous people). Therefore, people will carry pigeon peas and plant them every way. That’s what the name comes from. Recently, Matai’an Wetland plants ornamental lotus. You can walk along the trail and see the beauty of blossoming lotus in summer.