Founded in 2001, Alishan National Scenic Area is a mountain resort and natural preserve in Chiayi County, Taiwan. Contained in its boundaries are the Alishan Forest Recreation Area, Rueili, Fengshan, Taiho, Daban, Shanmei, and Chashan villages. Covering an area of 415 square km, the park includes mountains, hiking trails, villages, waterfalls, and tea plantations. In addition, the Alishan Forest Railway snakes through a beautiful forested wilderness. The lowest point of the park is 300m, and the highest point reaches more than 2600m. The oolong tea grown here is some of the best in the world due to the high altitude and fertile soil, and the diversity in the area's climate also means you will see foods like wasabi, bamboo shoots, and plums growing here. Climbers come here for the popular Alishan, one of the symbols of Taiwan, and the sunrises here are some of the best in Asia.
Opening Hours: Open 24-hours a day all year round.
Entrance Ticket: (1)Full price ticket (NT$200)：holiday and weekend entry(2)Ordinary discount(NT$150)：Non-holiday/weekend entry