[Travel] Taiwan Day #05

Backdated Taiwan Trip pictures from June.

<Post Scheduled on 27/09/2011>

Qing Jing Farm


Since i arrived at the Inn only at night, it was quite impossible for me to do scenery shots.


This was not the case in the morning.


Really a breath-taking sight, this place.


Thats our inn.



Passing native forests, through towering gorges, you can immerse yourself in the fresh air and the scenic wild greenery of the Qingjing Veterans Farm.The Qingjing Veterans Farm is situated at the Renai Township of Nantou County,8 km north of Wushe Section, Tai 14A Route of Central Cross-Island Highway in Central Taiwan.It has been opened to public since February 20th, 1961;its altitude is 1,750 meters above the sea. The weather is generally mild all year round. In the months from May to September, the temperatures averages between 15℃ and 23℃. The Farm produces various kinds of fruits including: peaches, pears, plums,and kiwi fruit.

Facilities in the Farm include: the Tourist Center, the Green Green Grasslands, the Small Swiss Garden, the Recreation Center for visitors, the Shoushan Park, the Guest House and a Stock Nurturing Center. The working partners of the Farm are putting in all efforts to incorporate the Farm with nearby tourism projects, making it an attraction, to provide a cozy and enjoyable nature trip for all visitors.


Green Green Grassland

srsly what a weird name!


Apparently, according to the tour guide, this place has many Farm animals.


That also means loads of POO everywhere.


Green Green Grasslands? LOL








Something i don’t see in Singapore due to Endless Summer.


We also import all our meat – Meaning there are no animal livestock locally.


Sun Moon Lake


More temple visiting! ‘~’




Temple Roof


Lanterns where you write your wish on…



Did not do this though!







Will end the post with some Lolis waiting for a cable car

Day 06 + HK (Due on 29/09/2011 )

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