Located in western Taiwan near the Taiwan Strait, Yunlin County is a quiet place that’s often overlooked by most travelers. The county is most known for its agriculture, including the production of tea leaves and fruits. Although the majority of the county’s residents end up leaving for Taiwan’s bigger cities in search of more diverse opportunities, Yunlin County can be a quiet and restful stop on a tour of western Taiwan.
Most travelers arrive in Yunlin County’s capital city of Douliu, and travel to the surrounding townships is relatively simple by use of public transportation.
Located in Kaohsiung, the Ecological Park
is idea for the ecological tourists who prefer to go off the beaten track. The quiet and serene park is home to a great deal of unique plants and bird species. Beautifully preserved and largely undisturbed by the surrounding area, it the perfect destination for nature lovers, and especially bird watchers.
This small county offers many opportunities for peaceful days spent on the coast, walking around parks and farm fields, or just relaxing in the comfort of a café. Whatever the choice, the slow pace of life in this county is sure to be a welcome change, especially if coming from the busy cities of Taiwan.
There’s a lot more to see and do in Yunlin, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.