Lala Mountain Tourism Center
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The Daguan Nature Reserve is also known as Lala Mountain, which was renamed Daguan Mountain by the Taiwan Provincial Government in 1975. Despite the change of name, people are still used to the name of Lala Mountain. Founded in 1986, Daguan Nature Reserve has the largest meniki forest in Taiwan and is therefore regarded as the best place for a forest spa in Northern Taiwan. In 1973, a professor of Chinese Culture University found a large conglomerate of divine trees there. Lala Mountain shot to fame with the discovery and became a noted tourist spot since then. Living between 500 and 3,000 years in age, the monumental trees are simply venerable and mysterious for the extraordinary longevity. The oldest tree among them is the 2,800-year-old No. 5. The quirky No. 18 measures 188 meters in circumference. The pale color of the trunk makes it look like a dead tree, however, the green leaves at the treetop shows that it is still alive. The No. 9 Japan cypress, which grows scale leaves and cute small cones, is a species rarely seen at the altitude of 1,500-1,600 meters in Taiwan. In addition to the divine trees, the rarely seen birds also add charm to the nature reserve. Don’t forget to savor the juicy, fragrant peaches if you visit Lala Mountain during the peach season from June to August.
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Lala Mountain Tourism Center


address:No. 29, Neighborhood 7, Hualing Vil., Fuxing Dist., Taoyuan City 336, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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Remark:Courtesy-Tourism Bureau, R.O.C. (交通部觀光局);Photographer-Yeh, Ying-jin(葉英晉)

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