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Liyu Lake

No.27, Sec. 1, Chinan Rd., Shofeng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
+886 3 864 1691
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No.27, Sec. 1, Chinan Rd., Shofeng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan
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Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the more "worth-it" attractions to visit in hualien. While it is not spectacular, it is beautiful and quiet. You can choose to rent a bike and cycle around the lake, or hire a paddle boat for an hour to enjoy the scenery :)

Thank _berryblee
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice area to cycle around or just sit by the lake and enjoy watching ppl pedal boats around or fishing.

Thank LuvKatsu
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There's bike and boat hire, or you can just walk around the lake and into the surrounding mountain forest. The bird life is amazing and there are lots of butterflies and spiders (and snakes and wasps, as the signs remind you). When you're done with...More

Thank daveyclayton
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Quiet place. Nothing but some boat riding activities. . Slow and quaint. Can consider if you want someting slow

Thank MOnikim
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Hualien with a group of friends (8 people ) Liyu lake was one of the stops on our trip. The lake on a good day is pretty. Out on the war you have nice views of the surrounding distant mountain ranges. Liyu lake...More

1  Thank _X1791TR
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lake is not very large. You have on one side hill view. You can do water biking or have speed boat tour around the lake. There are some restaurants. Nice to be here but not a top attraction.

Thank Laiky Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Located in Shoufeng District, 18km South of Hualien City on Taiwan Route 9 of the mountains East Rift Valley. Estimated around 2km long on North – South direction and approximately 1.0km in width. It is the largest lake in Hualien City. Liyu Mountain on the...More

1  Thank KianHian L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited Liyu Lake early in the morning, largely before other visitors arrived. However, we know that if a lake has a large herd of swan pedalos - then it's not for us! The surrounding scenery was okay but not remarkable.

Thank mikeedeedee
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great place for jogging, running or trekking, canoe or simply enjoying the view. Plenty of activities to do

Thank IndyraVH
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a nice little lake - you can peddle a swan boat or bike around the lake. But I think the best is to try the kayak - very relaxing and not too difficult. Make sure you pick the right vendor who can provide...More

Thank Kang J
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sophiaperu
Why are people not allowed to swim in the lake?
22 May 2017|
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Response from Danielvyjel | Reviewed this property |
Generally in China is not allowed to swim on most natural places because it's believed not to be safe. Most of people can't swim and Taiwan is not an exception. So that's probably the reason.
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