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My family loved this place and thought it was more interesting than Sun Moon Lake itself. There is an area to feed fish for 10 NT, logging museum, Cardboard shop that sells all sorts of things made of cardboard include a train and if you...More
Was there for a stop-over when we were travelling from Sun Moon Lake enroute back to Taipei. The place is like a small village with some touristy spots. Liked the old train and tracks that are still there. Good for photo-ops.
There are shops that...More
After going around Jiji Town by bicycle, I took the local train to Checheng Station at 12:33. It's Chinese New Year so the train is jampacked and there is some delay in departure, but it's understandable and worth squeezing myself in because when I stepped...More
This is a beautiful little town nestled in the mountains. Its a bit out of the way, but worth the visit.
In particular, there is a beautiful little tea house called Steam (隐茶) with a pavillion over a pond that serves great traditional treats as...More
For the past 30 years the scenic Ershui - Checheng branch line with at least five tunnels has played host only to TRA railcars that operate about 10 daily return trips. Our three car set at noon from the main line station at Ershui had...More
Part of it is still working, only parts of the tracks are not functional and open to visitors. There is an old train exhibited there to show the old times of train carrying coal. Also have exhibits to explain about the structure of the train....More
This is a station built to support the logging industry in the early years of Taiwan.
At one part of this attraction is a beautiful lake. There is mock-up logging area to simulate how the trees are processed and moved. Lastly, there are lots of...More
We had a spare day to fill during our 3 night stay in Sun Moon Lake. Since it was forecast to rain, we decided a bus ride to somewhere outside SML would be a good option. Checheng was a short half hour bus ride away...More