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Xiaowulai Sky Walk

No.42 Yisheng Village, Fuxing Township, Taoyuan 336, Taiwan
+886 3 394 6061
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Let down by the bridge

The sky (glass bottomed) bridge was very short and allows the visitors a good view of the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Singapore, Singapore
via mobile
Skywalk and lots of bridges

Travelled with friends. It's quite a long drive from Zhongli City. But the view is nice. The... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
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3 days ago
“Let down by the bridge”
13 Feb 2017
“Skywalk and lots of bridges”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
No.42 Yisheng Village, Fuxing Township, Taoyuan 336, Taiwan
+886 3 394 6061
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The sky (glass bottomed) bridge was very short and allows the visitors a good view of the waterfall. But the other hanging bridges were more interesting and scenic. The most scenic bridge is yixinqiao. But requires good fitness to reach. Be prepared. Lots of steps...More

Thank SSPeng
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Travelled with friends. It's quite a long drive from Zhongli City. But the view is nice. The Skywalk area is actually a small one. We enjoyed the suspension bridge better.

1  Thank Tinskiish
Reviewed 26 November 2016

The view from the bottom of the falls is currently blocked because there was a minor landslide and a few fallen trees - and I think they're not going to fix it anytime soon because they don't want a lot of tourists down there. There's...More

1  Thank MeiGui23
Reviewed 8 August 2016

A very scenic and breath taking place, with greenery by the hills and waterfalls! What a place to be in a hot summer month. Sky-walk was a bit disappointed as it was not as long a sky-walk as expected. Crowding in this sky walk is...More

Thank AqilAdamNg
Reviewed 5 April 2016 via mobile

Sky walks are trendy in Taiwan right now. This one lets you stand above the waterfall and look down at it through the floor. Nothing amazing, but it's worth the NT50 to access it.

Thank James P
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

No enough place for parking and site seeing. The floor is made by glass and water fall is beautiful. However, the sky walk is extremely short which can't contain over 20 persons for photo shooting. The parking space outside is not enough as well.

1  Thank 致瑋沈
Reviewed 11 February 2014

It was good, with nice views of the waterfall, river and surrounding area but I agree with some other reviewers about the short length of the platform. The price per adult is pretty cheap (about 50NT$) but it only took us 5-10 mins before we...More

1  Thank Gordon750
Reviewed 22 December 2013

The skywalk is so misleading as you only walk a mere ten steps or so and look over. Thats about all. I paid for the entrance and my gal 6 went in foc. Gd thing hubby and elder gal did not want to go in....More

Thank Chng P
Reviewed 2 October 2013

The bridge is a very short distance extended out to the edge of the cliff... it was below my expectation.

Thank lilyangel2013
Reviewed 9 July 2013

We dropped by Xiaowulai Skywalk after Lalashan Scenic Area. Just a short walk, but the kids enjoyed playing water at the river.

Thank Chris A
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