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Rhododendron Forest

In the 1960s, Rhododendron Forest was originally mixed with both coniferous and broad-leaf forests.
Because of the lumbering policies at that time, red cypress trees, because of their higher economic value, were the major timber targets.
Therefore, Taiwan Rhododendrons with a lower economic value were preserved (there are over 500 Taiwan Rhododendrons with more than 100 cm in circumference).
“Mu Ma (Wood) Road”, paved at that time for transporting wood, become the present-day Rhododendron Forest Trail.
The “Taiwan Rhododendron” is a unique species in Taiwan which can form large and expansive forests.
The Taiwan Rhododendron Forest at Sun-Link-Sea contains over 3,000 plants and accounts for 3 hectares of space.
The oldest tree is over 500 years old. Every mid-April, they come into full bloom.
Take a walk along the trail with the flourishing flowers and enjoy the refreshing romantic atmosphere.
Along the forest trail are a host of rare Indian Pipes, which bloom from March to May.
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