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  • General Information

    Other Name: -, , State: Northern Taiwan , Taiwan
    Area: 0
    Languages Spoken: Standard Mandarin ,Taiwanese
    Long Distance Code: +886
    Importance: Famous for a number of specialty foods, especially Hsinchu rice noodles.
    Best Time to Visit: January to December and -
    International Access: Taoyuan International Airport
  • Description

    It is a city in the north-western part of Taiwan.With mountains nearby, the city offers picturesque to its visitors.
  • Location

    Hsinchu is a city found in Taiwan, Taiwan. It is located 24.80 latitude and 120.97 longitude and it is situated at elevation 22 meters above sea level.
  • Climate

    Marine tropical
Cheng Huang TempleHsinchu City god Temple (Cheng Huang Temple) is regarded as the highest-ranking of all City God temples in Taiwan, due to the superior spiritual power of its City God in protecting the town.
Emei LakeDapu Reservoir is located in the south area and is also called Emei Lake. Even though it is no longer primarily used for irrigation, it has great potential for tourism activities. People use to name the area "Yuemei" (eye brow like a crescent moon) because the shape of the tableland by the Emei River was very similar to a crescent moon. But later, the named was changed to "Emei" in order to avoid any confusion or repetition. Near Emei Lake, there is a suspension bridge called the "Emei Bridge."
Hsin Chu Science ParkHsin Chu is mostly renowned for the famous Hsin Chu Science Park (HSP). Taiwan`s first science park - was established on December 15, 1980. Committed to creating a development base for Taiwan`s top high-technology industries, the park has been home to a total of 370 high-tech companies by 2003, mostly focusing on semi-conductors, computers, telecommunication, and opto-electronics.
Hsinchu ZooIt is the oldest zoo in Taiwan. It is also one of the most popular visitor sites in Hsinchu City, receiving about 300,000 visitors a year. The zoo is currently home to over 300 animals of about 100 species, including hippos, ostriches, orangutans, Bengal tigers and Malay bears.

Closed On: Monday

Timings: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
Tri Mountain National Scenic AreaLion's Head Mountain was rated as a provincial scenic area in 1993, and its scope includes Lion's Head Mountain, Emei Lake, Wuzhi Mountain, and Beipu Area. Wuzhi Mountain has an attractive forest and several trails. Emei Lake is very beautiful and has a suspension bridge called the "Emei Bridge." The Beipu cold spring has a large water volume and the Suilian Cave is deeply hidden in the mountain area. Lion's Head Mountain has traditional Hakka culture and boisterous festivals. Agricultural and forest specialties include Eastern Beauty Tea, Persimmon Cake, Three Bay Pear, Hakka rice, Lei Tea and trout.

Ever since the late Ching Dynasty, the temples and caves of Lion's Head Mountain and Mt. Wuzhi have been so famous that they were listed among the 12 most enchanting scenes in Taiwan. This scenic area encompasses the townships of Beipu, Emei, and Zhudong in Hsinchu County and the townships of Sanwan and Nanzhuang in Miaoli County. Located between the Provincial Highway No. 3 road system and the Xueba National Park system, this region covers an area of 24,221 hectares and is rich in natural (cold springs, forest and lakes) and ecological resources as well as notable cultural attractions, including temples and historical artifacts of the Hakka people and the aboriginals (the Atayal and Saisiat tribes). Since its establishment in 2001, the Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area Administration has worked to develop a high-quality tourist region focusing on naturism, education, ecology, and sustainability. Some of the promotional events for tourism development to date include lifestyle and historical tours; exploration of the traditional culture of the Hakka people; discovery of the mysteries of the Saisiat Tribe's Sacrifice to the Short Spirits; a river ecology tour; a tour of the natural habitats of insects; and a tour of mining and unique industries.
Lion' s Head Mountain Visitor Center
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 theVisitor Center, offering dining and refreshment services to the public.