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Sun Moon Lake is the largest lake located in the mountains of Nantou County of Taiwan and sits at 762 metres. It is located 748 metres (2454 feet) above sea level. It is also located about two hours South of TaiChung.
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This man made lake is a result of damming done during the Japanese Occupation. It is huge and magnificent. Very scenic with mountains surrounding it giving it a surreal feel. It was raining quite a lot due to the typhoon and would have been better...More
The lake is indeed beautiful and one should visit while in Taiwan. You can cover the lake in one day. Take HSR to Taichung from Taipei main and then take bus from Taichung station (exit 5 1F) to SML. Bus leaving in every 10-15 mins....More
We went there when another storm hit Taichung and Puli. The trip to the lake is peaceful and unforgettable because the scenery was amazing and breathtaking. The lake itself is already remarkable because it is a large lake with beautiful mountains faraway. I love the...More
We went to Sun Moon Lake with high expectations. It is certainly beautiful. One cannot deny that.
The problem is that there are too many ‘attractions’ to complement the natural beauty of the place, and that the quality of the attractions is poor.
We went to Sun Moon Lake on January 3, 2019, with my sister Ruby and my friend kapid Edna. We took bus from Taichung to Nantou County for about an hour. Then we started on sailing (buy boat pass to where the bus stop) the...More
Beautiful place. It is one of the main tourist attraction in Taiwan. You will find many foreign tourists here. Sun Moon Lake is a lake in Yuchi Township, Nantou County of Taiwan. It is the largest body of water in Taiwan. Sun Moon Lake surrounds...More
It was quite peaceful during weekdays and I love walking along the lakeside road to enjoy the scenic views of piers, gardens, and blue-green lakes.
Trick: wake up early in the morning and walk along the bike trail which start nearby visitor center. Sunrise scene...More