Yangmingshan National Park & Hot-Spring Tour


Yangmingshan National Park & Hot-Spring Tour

Nights:
Afternoon Tour (Duration: 4hrs )
Board Basis:
Destinations:
Yangmingshan National Park - Flower Clock - Siaoyoukeng Recreation Area - Lengshuikeng Recreation Area - Hot Spring Foot Bath Experience - Qingtiangang Grassland.

from £39/pp

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

Tour stops:

Yangmingshan National Park - Flower Clock - Siaoyoukeng Recreation Area - Lengshuikeng Recreation Area - Hot Spring Foot Bath Experience - Qingtiangang Grassland.

Afternoon Tour -Pick-up: PM 01:00 - 01:30 – (Duration: 4hrs )

Itinerary

Yangmingshan, the mountainous area north of Taipei City, is famous for its beautiful scenery with traces of volcanic activities and abundant natural resources. Yangmingshan National Park is Taiwan’s third national park and the one closest to a major city. All year round, Yangmingshan has attractions to offer- flowers in spring, beautiful sky in summer, fruits and maple leaves in autumn, as well as hot-spring bathing and snow in winter.

The clock is the characteristic of Yangming Park. Water runs around the flower clock and music is played every hour.

Is a post-volcanic geological landscape area and is located on Mt. Qixing's northwestern foot. The scenic trail can be reached by turning right on the Xiaoguanyin stop on Yangjin Highway. It is famed for the fumaroles, sulfur crystals, hot springs and spectacular 'landslide terrain' formed by post-volcanic activity.

Is a low-lying depression which was created when the lava from Mt. Qixing and Mt. Qigu formed a barrage. Water then accumulated, turning the area into a lake, which eventually leaked out and dried up to expose the lake bottom and form today's landscape. The water temperature of the hot springs in this area only reaches 40°C (104°F), far below that of other springs in other areas, hence its name Lengshuikeng,which means "cold water pit".

Is a lava terrace formed when the lava from Mt. Zhugao flowed north after its eruption. Because of its flat terrain, a ranch was established and the area was used as a pasture for grazing cattle during the Japanese occupation.

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