3 Visually Stunning Sights in Hsinchu Province of Taiwan

If you are a fan of old places that have been set up hundreds of years ago and still have that inherent historic feel to them, then you should check out the Hsinchu Province of Taiwan. The region is not just known for being historic but also due to its plush natural sights which offer an ecstatic feeling of nature as well as makes for a perfect outdoor adventure hub. The mountainous terrains over the major areas are very hiking-friendly with an abundant number of trails to explore. 

Hsinchu city is not as much advanced as other cities of Taiwan yet it is still an incredible place to roam around in the streets with a sense of cultural hysteria in your mind. There are crystal clear lakes, exquisite mountain peaks, gorgeous scenic landscapes and exciting adventurous setting which altogether become a great asset for travellers. If you are thinking about your next travel plan, just get done with it using the Trip.com 折扣碼 and get fabulous Travel deals for Taiwan. While visiting the Hsinchu region, do not forget these 3 awesome natural places of a stunning visual treat.

Jincheng Lake (Devil’s Lake)

Jincheng

This is a very mystic lake as it is called ‘Devil’s Lake’ even though there is nothing bad about its appearance and scenic charm.  In a country such as Taiwan where there are a large number of lakes already, it does take something special to catch the attention of people and entice them with sheer beauty. This lake successfully accomplishes to woo any visitor by its enigmatic presence and makes sure to offer you some epic background to shoot your pictures standing in front of the lake with the hilly terrains in the backdrop for a perfect landscape photograph for your album. This lake is a great place to take a day off from work and enjoy a group or family picnic with your friends and family members respectively. Do not forget to bring the Binoculars along with you on the picnic to make sure that you could enjoy the far-sighted landscape to the fullest.

Fei Feng Mountain

Fe ifang Mountain

These mountains are amongst the best places to witness in Hsinchu City and it is not just about one or two images but the whole region is full of beauty and marvel of natural landscapes. This mountain was earlier known as Feifengshan by the local population that translates into the English word ‘Descending Phoenix’. This one of the obvious favourites of hikers and the trails to this peak make it even better with a very clearly paved pathway all along to the top. This peak is also not high enough to pose any serious challenge for hikers but one thing that can be discounted about Fei Feng Mountains is the fact that one could see some iconic picturesque views even in this relatively easy trek for the fresher ones too. During a clear sunny day, it is said that one can spot the Taipei 101 tower at distance from the peak of this mountain.

18 Peaks Mountain

18 Peaks

This a very expansive mountain range that sprawls to a boulevard of a number of mountain peaks which are apparently said to be 18 in total. These peaks are not as much height as some of the other mountains in Taiwan and this is exactly why this peak is special in its own way. Having a lesser altitude makes this a hilly terrain worth for even the most amateur hikers without any hassle as such. This region is a cool option for morning or evening walks whichever you want to take. The highest altitude that these peaks touch is just 131.79 metres which explains the ease at which one can hike around here. These terrains are comparetively cooler in the dusk and dawn owing to the slightly higher altitude of these ranges. There is a religious significance of one of these peaks Shiba Jian known for having 33 statues of Goddess of Mercy according to Buddhist mythology but it is a good challenge to find all the 33 statues as they are located at segragate locations of the peak. You can avail the Klook 折扣碼 to book the cheapest online travel packages and explore the heavenly beauty of Taiwan.

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