Lions Head Mountain Nanzhuang Route

Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center(獅山遊客中心) to Nanzhuang Visitor Center(南庄遊客中心):
Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center(獅山遊客中心)=>Quanhua Temple(勸化堂)=>Nanzhuang Visitor Center(南庄遊客中心)

 

Nanzhuang Visitor Center(南庄遊客中心) to Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center(獅山遊客中心):
Nanzhuang Visitor Center(南庄遊客中心)=>Quanhua Temple(勸化堂)=>Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center(獅山遊客中心)

Tickets and Transport Information

Fare 1.Price is calculated by section2.Day Pass NT$503.We accept: easy card, ipass
Where to buy Ticket on Bus
Service Hotline Tri-Mountain National Senic Area Tel:+886-4-2331-2678, Service Hour:08︰30~17︰30ChuanTa Bus INC Tel:+886-3-5538686, Service Hour:09:00~17:00
Announcements

Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
Due to limited space on minibuses, no folding bikes allowed on the bus.

Concession tickets guidelines:
1. There are full tickets and half tickets. All day return tickets are offered at discount prices already. Apologize for no further discount.
2. Half tickets are available to:
(1) Senior citizens at the age of 65 or above, with ROC ID cards or Senior Citizen Cards
(2) Holders of Disabled Cards. Must ride with a guardian or a partner.
(3) Children below 12 years old at height of 115cm and below 145cm can purchase half tickets with valid IDs.

Guidelines for carrying pets on the bus:
1.They should not take any seat.
2.Passengers refusing to cooperate with the staffs’ advice, in case of the following, may be refused to ride on the bus. The unused tickets can be refunded in full:
(1) Suffering from serious diseases.
(2) Not carried in cages, baskets, or nets.
(3) Unclean or prone to damage other people and things.

Timetable FAQ Lions Head Mountain Nanzhuang Route Guestbook

Lions Head Mountain Nanzhuang Route This play

Lion’s Head Route connects to four major routes: “Lion’s Head Mountain Route,” “Nanzhuang Route,” “Xiangtian Lake Route,” and “Xian Mountain Lake.” Riding on it, tourists can visit all the routes along Lion’s Head Mountain, Nanzhuang in Miaoli. Walking along Tengping Trail that is rich in ecological scenes, Lion’s Head Mountain Ancient Trail scattered with temples, and more, you can enjoy the woods in the mountains and tranquility in the temples there. From time to time, you can see rare Taiwan birds, such as Taiwan whistling thrush, black bulbul, Formosan blue magpie, and more flying around. Arriving at lively streets in Nanzhuang, you can see all the cultural scenes and gourmet food packed into this short but marvelous Osmanthus Alley. It is the best section of Old Street tour. In this place, you can feel the special charm of Taoyuan, Hsinchu, and Miaoli areas.


Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center→Quanhua Temple→Nanzhuang Visitor Center

Related scenic spots along the route

Quanhua Temple

Quanhua Temple is established in the Qing Dynasty (1897) and is one of the earliest built temples in Taiwan. In addition, it is also the biggest temple out of all three “Holy Buddhist Temples” in the west side of Lion’s Head Mountains. The structure includes ancient-Chinese lion and dragon style craving on pillars or walls. The orange and red paint on the temple is surrounded by green mountains which made a great contrast of the view. 

Lions Head Mountain Visitor Center

The Lion's Head Mountain Visitor Center was opened in 2001. It was built over the former Shishan Elementary School and designed to retain the Hakka style. In addition to the facilities, the restaurant, Xixin Tea House is appended to the Visitor Center, offering dining and refreshment services to the public. 

Nanzhuang Visitor Center

People from all regions visit the famous Nanjhuang Cottage for its lodging, the farmers market, restaurants, coffee shops and unique lifestyle, where one can appreciate the great scenery and culture.