Day 1 Traffic Updates
- Mudan StationMudan Station is a small tranquil station isolated from the world. It was called the "Wu Dankeng Outpost" in the early days and moved to its current location in 1924. In order to reduce the slope of the tracks, a large 120-degree curve was built in Mudan Station, which resulted in strange scenarios where the front and rear of the train facing each other, attracting many railway fans and tourists who like to take photos of trains, since not only you can take pictures of the train slowly went through while its body making a big turn, but sometimes with pictures of the carriage and the train be seen side by side, such special railway design has also been used by a well-known Japanese brand car shooting for its commercial, it is a must-see station for railway fans!
- Traffic Route Hubao PondTwo mountain hills in the shape of a ﬁerce iger and a leppard are situated beside Hubao Pond. Hubao Pond Trail used to be an old trail between Shuangxi Deiping and Yilan Deixi. Siing on the poolside away from the noisy urban streets is comforing , and it can also help you relax the moods. It takes twenty to thirty minutes to get here if you take Shuangtai Highway.
- Traffic Route Shuangxi Shoushan TempleMazu Temples are generally built not far from the sea for people to pray for safety at sea, but "Shoushan Temple" in Shuangxi is rare that it is found in the mountains. Here, Mazu is worshipped, along with Guan Yu and Tudigong, with a history of more than 150 years; it is the main center of faith in Taiping. Every year on the 18th day of the second lunar calendar month, an annual event is held called "Welcome Mazu". It mobilizes the residents of the whole village and young people from other places to return home. It is the liveliest season in Taiping Village, which is usually quiet. The architecture of "Shoushan Temple" is unique. The main body of the temple is a stone temple built entirely of stone. After a rise in popularity and prosperity, a traditional temple was constructed; visitors can see the two styles of architecture at the same time when they come to visit.