pc : 台灣交通部觀光局
Throughout the Japanese era this geothermal valley was considered one of Taiwan’s great scenic wonders. The area has been much altered since, so it isn’t quite that special any more, but the stone-lined basin filled with near-100°C green sulphur water is still a fascinating sight, especially on cool winter days when a thick, sulphury-smelling mist can be seen lifting off the waters.
It’s at the end of Zhongshan Rd, past Beitou Park.
[地熱谷 /dì rè gǔ ]
-Located in:Taipei, Northern Taiwan
-Features:Natural Landscapes,Scenic spots,Hot spring
-Highly recommend to:Outdoor Addicts
-Transportation:MRT Xinbeitou Station
-Address:Wenquan Road, Beitou District, Taipei City
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