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Ren'ai Township, Nantou, Taiwan
Tips for you
This stop is obligatory as it is supposed to be the highest point in Taiwan reachable by motorway. Be prepared to queue for a photo at the slab proclaiming how far you are above the sea level. Depending on your guide, some of you may catch the sunrise view here. Rather I think it is what time your bus manage to arrive to get a good viewpoint.
It's a lovely place but to get to the top is another story. Try to get there before noon - else the mist and clouds will come and shroud everything. Do check if there are bike events organized on that day - if there are, go another day instead. The queue to take your mandatory picture with the Wuling 3275 sign-board will be a hassle. If you're cycling, the best starting point is Xincheng - it's a cool 90km to the top with awesome dark tunnels and 18% ++ degree climbs after Dayuling. If you're going by motorbike or car, it's definitely easier.