Alishan has to be my favorite place in Taiwan. The forests, the scenery, the moderate to cold temperatures, the mist, the fog, and the of course, the delicious deer and wild boar hotpot. The tea there is also great, but I didn’t include my tea tasting scene.
To get to Alishan, just take a bus from Chiayi, which is accessible via the rails from any major city in Taiwan. Buses leave hourly and will take about two hours and will drop you off right in front of the 711. The tourist area is quite well organized and you can even get information at the tourist center. Hotels are nearby and of walking distance.
Hiking is more like walking. The layout is quite easy and relatively flat, but the elevation is high, so be aware of that. Most people tend to find the temples or the shrines in the forests as their goals for walking. The common thing to do at night is to eat deer hot pot and wild boar. The restaurant is located next to the town clock.
The meal was definitely perfect for the cold temperatures.
Another thing this area is famous for are the box pork cutlet meals. They were a little sweat for me, but would ease a starving belly well. Plus, you can get at the 711. I barely got any sleep that night as I had to wake up extremely early to watch a sunrise, which I saw nothing but crowds of Chinese tourists and clouds. Sometimes you just don’t see anything at all. It remember being pretty miserable that morning too. You can see it on my face. Either way though, I highly recommend Alishan to anyone who wants to see a different side of Taiwan. Highly recommended – next time I’d like to try the Forest Rails.
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