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The highest road in Taiwan

This is an easy to access look-out point for the mountain range. The views are really beautiful, on... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
Kong K
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Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Highest point along the route from Cingjing to Hualien

Highest point along the route from Cingjing to Hualien. Winding mountainous roads, some places are... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2018
ahber79
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Singapore
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

This is an easy to access look-out point for the mountain range. The views are really beautiful, on a clear day, in the day time and at night, so it's a popular location for photographers. Even after dark, it's common to see many photographers with...More

1  Thank Kong K
Reviewed 4 January 2018

Highest point along the route from Cingjing to Hualien. Winding mountainous roads, some places are wide enough only for 1 car to drive through at 1 time. Tour bus cannot reach this area. Can get quite chilly and windy.

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Reviewed 30 December 2017

This is not a popular tourist attraction as tour buses cannot access the mountain road. Beautiful mountain scenery and it is cold and windy despite it is summer in Taiwan (at the time of our visit), advisable to have warm clothing. If weather permits, the...More

Thank Alan K
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Excellent view from Wuling. We went there by bike. During our trip we went through Hehuan Shan Tunnel (合歡山隧道). From there we continue up to Wuling. Thanks to the suggestion from our tour guild of bringing clothes to keep us warm. Otherwise, we would have...More

2  Thank mrdennislo
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Less than an hour drive from Cing Jing. This place offers nice views of the mountains and landscape. We went in March and the winds are strong and cold. Warm clothing is recommended.

1  Thank GallenTan
Reviewed 7 February 2017

The driver told us that Wuling is the highest point that a road can bring you to. The journey up is of course long and dangerous sometimes. The road is so narrow and yet cars are travelling in both directions, sometimes we are so near...More

2  Thank KwanLing
Reviewed 26 January 2017 via mobile

Not the usual spot or place of attraction. Only known by locals I guess. Really nice place to see Cherry Blossoms. (Japan isn't the only place) Travelling there can be a real hassle. Expect traffic control during the cherry blossom seasons. Cars are not allowed...More

Thank minikiikii
Reviewed 30 November 2016

I found it was so dangerous to go up the mountain. Single lane cars can come to and fro.. just near the edge of the cliffs. just slight accidents will cost your live. Dont know how come the tw government dont do something to it...More

Thank GX_Qian
Reviewed 20 September 2016

At 3275, or about 10,000 feet, above sea level, the air at the top is a bit thin. And there were stages when I was gasping for air on the ride up. But we were on an organised tour with Giant Adventure and were bolstered...More

1  Thank Patrick K
Reviewed 15 September 2016

We were part of a cycle touring group that wanted to ride up to the top from about 1200m. It was about 20km to go up 2000m; hard work. Thankfully, we had support vehicles that carried oxygen, food and drink. And a bus at the...More

1  Thank Patrick K
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If you’re staying at a hotel, you can ask the concierge to recommend local tour agent. Most of the taxi driver in Taipei does provide sight seeing trips, you can always check with them.
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