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  • Shuiyang Forest

    Shuiyang Forest

    "Shueiyang Forest" for the Xitou- Alishan Hiking section, due to the 921 earthquake and the formation of the barrier lake. About 1 km long, about 200m wide, the average depth of 7m, the deepest 16m.
    Deep water swallowed the original green cedar forest, dead trees, simple and pure lines, as if the lake and the corresponding and quiet.

    Single trip 6 hours, 12 hours back and forth, mountain afternoon easy thunderstorms and fog, easy to get lost.
    Proceed to the Aqua Forest with an experienced guide.

  • Jinganshu mountain

    Jinganshu mountain

    Jinguashi mountain is 2,091 meters above sea level. By the theme hall visitors service center next to the forest road to the top of the mountain about 4,000m, from the slow pace of about 5 hours.

  • Lucyu mountain

    Lucyu mountain

    Lucyu mountain is 2,010 meters above sea level. Mountaineering at the Forest Hill Flower Center to the "Songlong Rock" next to the Kindness Pavilion, from the Kindness Pavilion next to the road entrance to the top of the mountain about 4,000 meters, walking back and forth about 5 hours.

  • Yuehling Trail

    Yuehling Trail

    Length: 1200 m
    Walking time: 30 minutes
    Departing from the Nature Education Center, you will find the first half of the trail being a cement-paved footpath with the second half being a gravel road connecting to a wooden plank route. Walking along the Yuehling Trail, you can connect to Chinglong Waterfall and Shyr-jing-ji and walk back to Theme Hall by way of The Land God’s Temple.

  • Shyrjingji Trail

    Shyrjingji Trail

    Length: 850 m
    Walking time: 15 minutes
    Most sections of this footpath is cement-paved industrial road. Flowing gently alongside the Trail is "Sun-Link-Sea River", which runs through the core zone of Sun-Link-Sea Park. On the way, you will see the wonders called "Neng-Chu-Neng-Shen", where boulders in the river have been long crushed, ground, drilled and carved into the rare pothole terrain. Widely spread on the riverbed, the boulders full of pot holes form a spectacular landscape. Passing by the 88 Suspension Bridge, you can reach Chinglong Trail and Yueling Trail.

  • Taiwan Rhododendron Forest Trail

    Taiwan Rhododendron Forest Trail

    Length: 1600 m
    Walking time: 60 minutes
    This is a unique and high-quality footpath. The route is designed into a circle. Therefore, you will return to square one, regardless of whether you take a right or left turn at the second fork junction. The entire footpath is built with railway sleepers and covered with soft and comfortable soil. The most special feature of the trail is that you can see the most valuable and most ancient Taiwan Rhododendron forest in the world, which covers an area of about two hectares.

  • Tiyen Trail

    Tiyen Trail

    Length: 930 m
    Walking time: 20 minutes
    Walking down from the branch in upper of the kiosk of Tianyen Trail, you will see Asarum flowers, Carpinus elm, and so on. Going back to the 99 Suspension Bridge, you can take shuttle bus at Songlong Rock or go to Herb and Flower Garden via Yuehsan Trail.

  • Yuehsan Trail

    Yuehsan Trail

    Length: 1200 m
    Walking time: 20 minutes
    Yuehsan Trail is a footpath connecting The Herb and Flower Garden with Songlong Rock Waterfall (or the Best Scenery of the Sun-Link-Sea). Depending on the season when you visit, you will see Styrax formosana, Viburnum plicatum var. Formosanum, and many other colorful flowers and trees along this trail.

  • Chinglong Fern Trail

    Chinglong Fern Trail

    Length: 2000 m
    Walking time: 60 minutes
    Walking along the cedar forest and Lake Sun Link Sea, you will pass through the Blessing Pavilion and Energy House. Going further down along the railway-sleeper trail, you will reach the observation deck of Chinglong Waterfall, where water falls through layers of cliffs for 116 meters. It is nicknamed as "the prettiest waterfall in central Taiwan".

  • Chienshou Trail

    Chienshou Trail

    Length: 1000 m
    Walking time: 40 minutes
    This ancient trail is covered under the shade of trees, blocking out the sun from view. There is the Marriage God’s Pavilion, where you can chat with family and/or friends while hearing the endless bird sounds. What a beautiful enjoyment it is!

  • Yenan Trail

    Yenan Trail

    Length: 220 m
    Walking time: 10 minutes
    Fully planked and accompanied by streams on both sides, Yenyen Trail is easy accessible. At the end of the footpath is a giant hole, where water flowing down along the rock wall causes ripples looking like dragon scale. Thus, it is called "Longlin Waterfall”.

  • Tianyen Trail

    Tianyen Trail

    Length: 900 m
    Walking time: 20 minutes
    Tianyen Trail is fully planked. Its front section is mostly flat but its rear ladder section is quite challenging. Walking along the footpath, you will pass through Ancestor Tunnel and the thousand-year-old Taiwan Red Cypress Tree and finally reach TianTiYen. The Ancestor Tunnel is a passage dug through the caves by our ancestors for hauling the logs. With a pair of round holes embedded on the mountain cliffs, TianTiYen has been gradually formed by the erosion of wind and rain.

  • Chuanlin Trail

    Chuanlin Trail

    Length: 2000 m
    Walking time: 30 minutes
    Originally a planked footpath for transporting logged wood in the early days, Chuanlin Trail winds along creeks which send out babbling sound to mingle with the songs of birds. At the end of footpath, you are connected to the road leading to Songlong Rock and the Yuehsan Trail. You can also turn left to Herb and Flower Garden to take a look at the pretty garden.

  • Shiandhsin Valley

    Shiandhsin Valley

    This place was originally named “Feng-Kung-Tsai”(Wind hole); Viewing from a high place, visitors he mountaintop roll up the sea of clouds, just like cotton and snowballs; they sometimes change in shape and sometimes become elegant and clear, This is also the best location to appreciate the rosy cloud sunset.

  • Ancient Taiwan Red Cypress

    Ancient Taiwan Red Cypress

    aiwan Cypress and Taiwan Red Cypress are both species of the cypress tree. They are tall, with a strong and delicate structure, beautiful grain and color, high decay resistance, with a fragrant and soft texture. The mid-elevation area of Taiwan has the island’s highest level of moisture. It is covered with clouds and mists all year round, and therefore called a cloud forest zone. Taiwan Cypress and Taiwan Red Cypress are the most commonly found trees in the cloud forest.

  • Flower Center

    Flower Center

    Both herbs and flowers are grown in the garden. The herb garden is mainly for teaching, while the flower garden exhibits some 30 flower species. The peony, color cabbage, hydrangea, tulip, fuchsia, and Taiwan cherry are the six famous flowers of Sun-Link-Sea. The resort provides herbal–based meals, souvenirs, local agricultural products, snacks, and drinks.

  • Sun-link-sea side

    Sun-link-sea side

    Sun-link-sea side of the mountain water color, green wave reflection, by the Shan Lin River Hotel meandering flow around the service center to ShyrjingJi.
    On both sides of the river is full of green maple, red cypress, cedar and virgin forest, comparable to Rhine, more than the West Lake, the boat sliding, trouble disappears.

  • Taiwan Rhododendron Forest

    Taiwan Rhododendron Forest

    This is a unique and original trail, 1,600 meters full, we walk through the sleepers trail and covered with leaves, soft and comfortable Taiwan Rhododendron Forest Trail.

  • Tian Ti Yen(Eyes of Heaven and Land)

    Tian Ti Yen(Eyes of Heaven and Land)

    Embedded in the mountain cliff are two round holes, 8 meters and 6 meters in width, which have been gradually formed by the erosion of wind and rain. The two holes look like a pair of eyes, with a nose-like ridge lying in between. Legend has it that the eye of heaven (Tian Yen) will see through a man’s heart, while the eye of land (Di Yen) will reflect everything in the world. It is said that kind and loyal people will feel encouraged and consoled as they reach Tian Di Yan, while those treacherous and cunning will be punished. We share this proverb with you: “Do not ever miss doing a good deed even it is a small one, and do not ever do an evil deed even if it is a small one.”

  • Longlin Waterwall

    Longlin Waterwall

    The natural rock caves beside the waterfall are where swallows used to nest. The environment is so quiet that the swallows seem to practice Buddhism here, so it was called “swallow abbey.”

  • Shyrjingji

    Shyrjingji

    Shyrjingji is a circular depression pot-hole terrain formed by the sand and stones brought by the river. There are more than 10local wells, and are distributed in between the huge rock layers under 88 Suspension Bridge. Their depth can reach 5.5 meters.

  • Chinglong Waterfall

    Chinglong Waterfall

    Chinglong Waterfall goes through 116-meter layers of cliffs before the water falls from; the sky.

  • Songlong Rock Waterfall

    Songlong Rock Waterfall

    After tens of thousands of years of headward erosion, cutting, and penetration, waterfalls, rock caves, streams, and huge rock formations are formed along the Jia Zou Liao Stream, presenting magnificent and spectacular scenes of nature. Songlong Rock Waterfall is well renowned as the "Best Scenery of Sun-Link-Sea", owing to its majestic and beautiful scenery. In the rainy season, the waterfall tumbles, splashes, and thunders, creating countless scenes and atmospheres. It is here that the surrounding big trees and quiet valleys form a secluded and mysterious land full of vitality and biodiversity.

  • Taiwan Cherry

    Taiwan Cherry

    Taiwan Cherry has the strongest and brightest color of all cherry blossoms. With numerous flowers, they are also some of the most popular plants around. The flowers are full of nectars, and as they turn ripe, the soft and juicy flowers become attractions for birds. In the flowering season, from December to March, Taiwan Yuhina, White-eared Sibia, Taiwan Barwing, Grey-cheeked Fulvetta, and Taiwan Barbet are seen foraging and happily singing.

  • Maple Leaves(Nov.~Jan.)

    Maple Leaves(Nov.~Jan.)

    “Blue sky, yellow leaves on the ground, autumn colors, cold green mists.” The image in the poem is romantic. To enjoy the beautiful maple leaves in Taiwan, you have to go to the mountains where the red leaves stay longer. Sun-Link-Sea is situated in a rare temperate climate zone in Taiwan. In autumn and winter, as the maple leaves turn red, the lush green forests are dotted with layers of maple red. So charming!

  • Taiwan Rhododendron(Apr.)

    Taiwan Rhododendron(Apr.)

    The Taiwan rhododendron is the tallest of this species, and is unique species of rhododendron that can grow in a forest. There are around 3,000 plants that make up the Taiwan Rhododendron Forest at Sun-Link-Sea, and account for over 3 hectares of space. The oldest one is over 500 years old. Every mid-April, they blossom. Take a stroll on the Taiwan Rhododendron Forest Trail, covered with fallen flower petals, and enjoy the quiet romantic atmosphere.

  • Peony(Mar.~May)

    Peony(Mar.~May)

    Sun-Link-Sea introduced peony seedlings in 1983. Now, we have cultivated about 8,000 plants of various species and have become the peony kingdom in Taiwan. The colors vary from white, red, pink, and yellow, to purple, and reddish pink. Recently, we have also introduced the rare species of green peonies from LuoYen, Mainland China, making the collection of the peonies at the resort more complete, and the colors more diverse and beautiful.

  • Kale(Nov.~Feb.)

    Kale(Nov.~Feb.)

    Kale is a species of ornamental cabbage imported from Europe. The lower temperatures of winter at Sun-Link-Sea are especially suited for the growing of kale. The lower the temperature, the brighter the color is. The leaf colors commonly found at Sun-Link-Sea are white with a green brim, light yellow, purple, and blackish purple. Enjoy the charming and inviting kale in its multitude of colors.

  • Fuchsia(all year round)

    Fuchsia(all year round)

    Wild fuchsia plants number over 100 species worldwide. They originated from tropical and subtropical areas such as Central and South America, New Zealand, and Tahiti. They have long flower seasons and are both easy to grow and look after. In the mid and high elevation areas they blossom in all four seasons. There are many garden varieties and mixed species suited for potted plants, hanging pots, or garden decorations. With our unique climate at Sun-Link-Sea, we grow around 10,000 fuchsia plants each year, which blossom all year round.

  • Hydrangea(Jun.~Sep.)

    Hydrangea(Jun.~Sep.)

    From every June to September, it is the blossoming season of the hydrangea at Sun-Link-Sea. The 30,000 flowers are scattered throughout the resort. In full bloom, there are over 100,000 flowers on the branches in pink, light blue, and ocean blue. The resort is full of hydrangeas as big as the basins. In the summer, come for vacation, and enjoy the blooming flowers while getting away from the heat. It is definitely a worthwhile trip to enjoy the poetic atmosphere and experience the beauty of the blossoms.

  • Tulip(Jan.~Feb.)

    Tulip(Jan.~Feb.)

    Sun-Link-Sea is situated at an elevation of 1,600 m, where the climate is quite suited for growing tulips. In the fine environment of clean and clear forests, the blossoming tulips are extremely beautiful. On cold days, you can bathe yourself in the warm sunlight, wander through the sea of flowers, and experience a romantic and poetic feeling. Sun-Link-Sea is the best choice for enjoying tulips.