Our tour bus arrives at the entrance to the park located on the southern end of Taiwan.
A portion of the park's hike involves stairs.
How many people have seen expensive polished marble tables & chairs at a park? And, this is not the only set in the park.
Watch out for hazards along the way. Are centipedes dangerous or do they not want hikers to step on them?
A sign describes this as an autumn maple tree over 300 years old and almost 49 ft. tall (15m).
A greenhouse inside the park allows for beautiful flowers and orchids to grow year round.
An 88 ft. (27m) viewing tower sits close to the middle of the park. You can go to the top by elevator or stairs.
At the top, your eyes will most likely focus on the lush forest below and this large structure called Mt. Dajiashih.
In my last post you saw the Cat Rock. Here, you can see the 200 ft. tall (61m) Frog Rock.
Or, if you see the trees start moving below, it will most likely be from one of the many Formosan Rock Monkeys living in the area. They like to eat the berries in the trees as well as tender leaves, insects, and bird eggs.