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Yilan Luodong Forestry Culture Park

No.118 Zhongzheng North Road, Luodong Township, Yilan County 265, Taiwan
+886 3 954 5114
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2-Day Private Yilan Trip from Taipei
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“nice park” (3 reviews)
“logs” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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No.118 Zhongzheng North Road, Luodong Township, Yilan County 265, Taiwan
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+886 3 954 5114
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Good place to understand Chinese and Taiwan culture, find out chinese festival, you can diy leather wallet, taiwan food with your lovely kids......

Thank Henry C
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Yilan Luodong Forestry Culture Park is a beautiful place. You can see lots kind of birds there. They also have different plants. The place is very big and wide. They also have forestry railway. You can learn some history story about the forestry railway. It...More

Thank hurt410387038
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

Close to railway station. Worth a walk to understand the history of the logging industry in Luodong. Some small family run restuarants on the roads outside the park to eat in after walking through the park

Thank SL Y
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Loudong has nothing much if u r not a fan of night market like me. Since i am here i google and found this park mught be worth a visit. Not too bad afterall...some old trains, logs, nice park to stroll in the evening.

1  Thank cheryll_goh
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Great place for understanding the local history. Lots of Japanese style buildings. You can walk around the lake too.

Thank Timothy S
Reviewed 1 January 2017

The Luodong Forestry Culture Park is a must-visit when in Luodong. The free Luodong Shuttle Bus stops here (alight one stop before the culture park instead as it is a nearer walk). Here you can take many nice photos, enjoy the views and learn about...More

Thank Yong Kian T
Reviewed 17 December 2016

It's a wonderful tourist attraction for learning the history and culture in Yilan while you admire the scene at there. This place remains the architectures and the traditional trains, which were built during Japanese colonial period. During this period, the Japanese authority used the place...More

Thank 維佳 郭
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Free entrance. Learn about the logging industry in the past. Many old trains to see and Cypress tree sculptures. Large pond with ducks and fishes with old logs and mangroves. You can see passing trains in the background. Give yourself 1 hr to explore the...More

Thank joyance
Reviewed 18 November 2016

I had hired a taxi driver for the day to take me from Taipei and to Yilan - that I wanted to visit Kavalan Distillery. However after the distillery tour I left it to the driver to show me the best in the area -...More

Thank ZigZac
Reviewed 19 June 2016

I stayed at a hotel 10 minutes walk from this place. This place is worth visiting for breathing fresh air and sightseeing. A nice park in the heart of Luodong.

Thank supermario1234
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