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Tri-Mountain National Senic Area Tel:+886-4-2331-2678, Service Hour:08︰30～17︰30
ChuanTa Bus INC Tel:+886-3-5538686, Service Hour:09:00~17:00
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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.
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.
Shi Shan Trail intersected in Sanwan, Nanjhuang, and Emei townships. Shi Shan is also called Lion’s Head Mountain due to the mountain was formed as a lion’s head shaped. Lion’s Head Mountain and the Fo Guang Shan in southern Taiwan are two biggest Buddhism holy lands.
The temple in Shi Shan was built with natural rocks. In the center of trail, Wang Yue Pavilion is the side line that divides Miaoli and Hsinchu. The front half of trail was well preserved with stone trail and the back half of trail is made with cement. The trail has 3500 meters long and the tranquil forest is like a wonderland.
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.