Attractions in Taiwan | 6 Must-See Secret Spots of Bald Cypress, Like a Masterpiece of Nature

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Are you ready? Let’s explore the beauty of attractions in Taiwan – the secret realms of cypress trees. One of the most captivating autumnal landscapes that always attracts many tourists is the cypress trees. When the sunlight falls upon them, they appear like a masterpiece of nature. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, photographer, or just seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, this guide to Taiwan’s cypress trees will take you on a deep dive into the enchanting secret spots of cypress trees across the island.

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6 Must-See Secret Attractions in Taiwan

The bald cypress trees of Sanwan in Miaoli County

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The bald cypress trees of Sanwan in Miaoli County always attract crowds during autumn. The reason lies in its possession of hundreds of cypress trees, offering a magical experience of nature’s seasonal changes. The best time to admire this place is from mid-November to mid-January. Although there’s no admission fee to the park itself, there’s a distance from the entrance to the actual viewing area. It takes about 30 minutes on foot. It’s recommended to purchase a shuttle bus ticket at the entrance, which costs only NT$50 for a one-way trip.

The bald cypress trees of Sanwan
Address: No. 600, Jianfeng Road, Sanwan Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan

Open all-day

Chenglin Agarwood Flavor Forest Pavilion

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The Chenglin Agarwood Flavor Forest Pavilion, located in Yunlin County, is a park that offers free admission. Outside the museum, a Japanese-style garden landscape is crafted, with one of the enchanting highlights being a lake surrounded by a beautiful cypress tree trail, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the embrace of nature. Inside the museum is a paradise for sandalwood enthusiasts, where various essential oils, soaps, and sandalwood products can be found. Amidst enjoying the beauty of the cypress trees, visitors can also experience a sense of relaxation and well-being.

The Chenglin Agarwood Flavor Forest Pavilion
Address: No. 75-6, Huilai, Huwei Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan
Tel: +886 5 622 5757

Opening Hours: Daily 08:00–17:30

Kotou No.28 Cypress Park, Yunlin County

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The entrance ticket in Kotou No.28 Cypress Park only costs NT$100, allowing you to enjoy the stunning landscape of over 500 majestic cypress trees. The beautiful cypress tree-lined avenue is adorned with rows of Chinese water firs. In this fairytale-like scenery, you can relish the tranquil atmosphere. Additionally, there are many artistic installations in the park that are perfect for taking photos and checking in. Hotou Village Cypress Park will provide you with an unforgettable experience of nature, full of artistic and natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for soothing the soul.

Kotou No.28 Cypress Park
Address: No. 28, Huwei Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan
Tel: +886 5 622 1163

Open all-day

The bald cypress trees of Yonggong Road, Taipei City

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The most popular hidden gem of cypress trees would undoubtedly be the Yonggong Road located on Yangmingshan in Taipei! Originally private property, it was opened to the public for free just last year. While the area may not be as extensive as other places, taking a stroll and snapping some pictures will probably take less than half an hour. However, the scenic beauty of the cypress trees within the park is well worth the visit. Even more convenient is that even non-drivers can easily reach it by taking the 303 bus. Simply alight at Xingnong Bridge and walk forward for about 5 minutes to reach this beautiful spot. Walking along the 200-meter-long cypress avenue, you can enjoy the tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The bald cypress trees of Yonggong Road, Taipei City
Address: No. 22, Lane 500, Yonggong Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan

Open all-day

The bald cypress trees of Xiangshan at Sun Moon Lake, Nantou

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Located next to the Xiangshan Visitor Center, the bald cypress trees of Xiangshan are surrounded by the stunning scenery of Sun Moon Lake’s bicycle path. It’s perfect for cycling in the cool autumn weather while immersing yourself in the beauty of the cypress trees. The landscape here is picturesque, with distant mountain views, the shores of Sun Moon Lake, and the vibrant cypress trees complement each other, creating a scene full of autumnal charm that is truly breathtaking. Whether you enjoy mountain and lake scenery or appreciate floral beauty, you can find spiritual fulfillment in this stunning landscape.

The bald cypress trees of Xiangshan at Sun Moon Lake, Nantou
Address: No.599, Jhongshan Rd., Yuchi Township, Nantou County Taiwan
Tel: +886 49 2855668

The bald cypress trees of San Ceng Ping, Yilan

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The cypress trees at San Ceng Ping in Jiaoxi, Yilan, are one of Taiwan’s hidden treasures. During the autumn and winter seasons, the cypress trees and maple leaves turn red, adding to the beauty of the terraced farmland landscape at San Ceng Ping and attracting numerous visitors to admire the maples and cypresses. However, to protect this natural treasure, the park implements visitor number control, and tourists make online reservations before entering the forest. As of now, it has not yet been opened to the public this year. For those interested in visiting, please stay tuned to the “Yilan County Zhen Shan Industry Cultural Promotion Association” Facebook page for the latest updates on opening times.

The bald cypress trees of San Ceng Ping
Address: San Ceng Ping, Jiaoxi Township, Yilan County, Taiwan
For opening hours, please visit the Facebook page of the Yilan County Zhen Shan Industry Cultural Promotion Association

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