Nantou County in Central Taiwan may not be popular as a beach destination, but it has the coolest hot springs in the country. Nantou is the only Taiwanese county that does not have a coastline: it does not have a beach to offer. The most popular activities are hiking, sightseeing and mountain climbing, while the leading natural wonders are the Sun Moon Lake, Mount Hehuan, Chingjing plateau, a number of traditional villages, and its hot springs. The most popular springs are those in Renai, Aowanda, Dongpu and Atayal.
Located in Renai Township is the Lushan hot springs, one of the largest and most well known hot springs in Taiwan. Lushan is popular [Read more…]