The mountains that interlace with the lake look like islands, attracting scores of tourists to explore their beauty.
- Overlook the Feitsui Reservoir on the Thousand-Island Lake Observation Deck.
- Go to observation decks at Crocodile Island and Walking Catfish Head for exquisite views from all angles.
- Because mountain roads are rugged and difficult to travel, drivers should park their vehicles farther away.
- Some of the scenic spots are private properties, so tourists should keep their voices down and behave well when photographing.
Wonderland with islands scattered among the hills
Follow the winding road to the Thousand-Island Lake Observation Deck, which is known the best location for enjoying the scene. If looked from the observation deck in the private tea plantation, the undulating hills would be looked like islands strewn in the lake. The jade green waters and layers of ridges become an unforgetable sight.
If you wanted to enjoy the scenery from different angles, you could go to Crocodile Island and the Walking Catfish Head Observation Decks. The wide view from the deck covers the verdant mountains, which vividly resembling crocodiles and walking catfish lying in the Feitsui Reservoir. People can't help but marveling at the ingenuity of nature. If you wanted to see Shiding's terraced tea plantations, you could drive to Bagua Tea Garden where you can enjoy the scenery and a fragrant cup of cold-infused tea at the same time.
Services & Facilities
- Bus Station
- Parking Lot
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Shancheng Art Gallery Performance and Exhibition Gallery
The official name for Shancheng Art Gallery is “Shangcheng Art Gallery Hall of Display” and is currently occupied by a group of local artists. One can often see the artists themselves and their works. Visit the gallery to deeply feel the heart and effort by these artists in preserving local culture. The attached “Shancheng Dining Hall” offers meals made with ingredients from local farms, fair trade coffee and such unique and delicious dishes. The coffee, featured steam buns and soybean milk drunk from cups crafted by local potters are special treats not to be missed.