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Private Half Day Tour: Aboriginal Village and Hot Springs in Wulai
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Wulai District, Xinbei, Taiwan
Xindian / Wulai District

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1 - 10 of 149 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Hot spring and the fall is nice. Most buildings are old and traditional. The food is in high quality but cheap price. Stayed in a hotel with wooden pot for hot spring. Would pay another visit.

Thank Rae N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The hot springs in Wulai are a definite destination to visit in Taipei! They have fantastic features. You can either rent a private room, or there are separate communal areas for men and women. The private rooms just have a hot tub and a shower....More

Thank Natalia B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Well, its very outdated and not many people live there so many buildings have been abandoned though out the years. So i wouldn't really recommend it unless you're only there for the view, many roads were also closed so you end up walking futher. My...More

1  Thank Lilly R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I wouldn't recommend coming for the day, but would say it is better to spend the night at one of the hot spring hotels. We stayed at a hot spring spa hotel and enjoyed the baths and massage, walked around the very small town for...More

1  Thank Melibrooklyn
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Not the best place to be if there is a heat wave. Temperatures touched 37 degrees when I was there and there wasn't much you could do in the heat apart from seeking air con shelter. The streams in the vicinity and the public bath...More

Thank Rupert S
Reviewed 24 July 2017

As other people are saying, it isn't the liveliest town but that public hot-spring alone is worth the visit. It is an odorless hot spring thats fed out into the cold river where you can use stones to isolate the hot water as you want...More

1  Thank Gajen P
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Visited it at noon and there were around 10 other tourists wandering the short old street of Wulai. It was very silent with only few shops and restaurants opened. The construction was also along the river so there was nothing to explore except the old...More

Thank Kiet Q
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

We went to Wulai with bus from Seoul, very easy. The area ind Wulai is very beautiful, especially near the waterfall. The small town offers a lot to eat, and there are many souvenir shops. However, we wanted to take a walk on some of...More

Thank Stine N
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

This charming aboriginal town has many food vendors, souvenirs, waterfalls, hot springs, and local restaurants to help you busy. Yes, it is often rainy, but the tropical mountains and river valley are beautiful.

2  Thank KB C
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

A nice and quiet place for a day off. Not very crowded but still some people in the village. Take bus 849 from the end station of the green line (Xindian) and it'll take you there. Some places for local food as well as a...More

2  Thank Tintin L
Nearby
Xindian / Wulai District
The Bitan Scenic Area with its beautiful mountains and
rivers was one of the eight sceneries of Taiwan
earlier on and was reputed as the “little red cliff”
due to its steep cliffs on the west bank. If you enjoy
wandering through this area by bike, there are well
established surrounding riverside cycling paths. One
may also boat on Bitan in paddle boats which are also
quite pleasant. If you are tired and would like to
...More
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Mario B
14 April 2017|
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Response from Kent_Adventure | Reviewed this property |
Did not exit Wulai through the public bus. Took pre-arranged transportation down to the MTR and Bus interchange before sunset
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Jerica Jade S
2 September 2015|
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Response from leisurepleasure | Reviewed this property |
We visited Wulai in May, 2015 and so do not know about how the situation is there now. The following article published on 11 August might give you an idea of the damages and the recovery work entailed and future hazards... More
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