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There are many waterfalls in Taiwan, and one of the most famous is called Liangshan Waterfall.
There are many waterfalls in Taiwan, but one of the most famous is called Pingdong, which is located in the southern part of Taiwan near Kaohsiung.
I had a chance to visit that waterfall, so I’d like to introduce what it’s all about!
If you like nature and outdoor activities, please read through to the end.
I experienced a working holiday in Kaohsiung for a year from February 2020. Currently, I am writing a blog based on that experience.
By reading this article, you’ll get to know about the great outdoors in Taiwan!
What is Liangshan Waterfall?
Liangshan Waterfall is located in Pingtung County in southern Taiwan, and is a place where three waterfalls flow together.
In the summer, the area is crowded with tourists and is also popular with barbecue enthusiasts.
There are also aboriginal people living in the surrounding area, so you can experience their culture as well.
If you’re planning to stay in Taiwan for a long time, be sure to take a trip out there and feel the natural beauty of Taiwan!
How to get to the place
From Pingtung Railway Station, take the 8227 bus bound for Pingtung-Sandimen.
Then get off at Ailiao Station and walk for 20 minutes.
If you are unsure, you can also take a cab.
Recommendations and points to note
The waterfall at the top of the mountain is a good place to visit, but it is located at the far end of the mountain, so you will need to walk to get there.
It took us about 30 minutes to get there.
We were told that we would be able to see a 70-meter waterfall, so we walked there with high expectations, but…
It was before the rainy season, so there was no water at all …
It was too early to go in spring…
I think it would be better to go in October.
There is a restroom at the entrance, so you should definitely go there before going to the waterfall.
There are no toilets outside the entrance, so please be careful.
- You can feel the nature of Taiwan.
- You can also feel the culture of the aborigines in the vicinity.
- Note that there is no water in springtime.
I introduced the Liangshan Waterfall!
If I go back, I’ll write about it in my blog!
I’ll be posting more information about Taiwan in the future, so please stay tuned.
Thank you for reading to the end!