Yue Fei Pavilion is just another great place to drop by in the Taroko Gorge journey. We drop by to this refreshing spot just before our visit to Taroko Gorge itself and right after Tian Xiang visit.
If anyone ask me on the admission fees to to Taroko National Park, my answer is FOC and you don’t need to pay single cent to enjoy the beauty of Taroko 😀
But you need some luck in order to visit Taroko National Park where it will be close down if there’s any rain fall before the day of your visit.
Let’s continue with my visit, the Yue Fei Pavilion was built during the construction of Central Cross Island Highway and named after general hero of ancient China. Yue Fei story was full of legend and tragedy, and he is loved by Chinese people on his patriotism 🙂
Yue Fei Pavilion Waterfall
The Yue Fei Pavilion is just an excellent place to watch waterfalls on the opposite side of Liwu River.
The refreshing air from the waterfall helps to re-energize back our exhausted muscle after walking the whole day in Taroko National Park 😉
The hanging bridge that I am standing just now were used to access the forests of some major mountains.
The mountains has the peak of Gorge like Liwu Mountain, Panshi Mountain and Chilai mountain. You can’t simply enter the mountain forest without permission 🙂
I visited Yue Fei Tomb in Hangzhou, China last two week but still prefer Yue Fei Pavilion in Taroko National Park.
My next visit in Taroko National Park will be the famous spot Taroko Gorge. Stay tune 😀
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