The Yilan plain is found at the northern subtropical latitude that gives the county its climate typical of East Asian countries. The Yilan Plain, which is Taiwan’s second largest plain, is characterized by rolling mountains, rocky sea sides and a weather in Yilan most often distinguished by heavy rains.
Its sub-tropical climate is seasonally moderate and endowed with strong coastal winds. Temperatures are fairly warm throughout the year with an average low temperature of 22 degrees Celsius. Like all subtropical destinations, Yilan faces many typhoons most [Read more…]