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Baishihu Suspension Bridge 白石湖吊橋

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Introduction

As part of the Baishihu Leisure Agricultural Area in Neihu, Taipei City, the 116-meter Baishihu Suspension Bridge spans the Zhongyong and Daluntou mountain systems, and is accessible from the entrance by the parking lot of Bishan (Kaichang Shengwang) Temple. The keel-inspired bridge stretches from the Dragon Boat Rock in the east to Yuanjue Waterfall in the west, connecting four mountains (Baishihu, Daluntou, Zhongyong and Liyu) along the way as if it were a gigantic dragon watching over the scenic Baishihu.
The Baishihu Suspension Bridge features a straight abutment, rather than the towering ones commonly found at similar bridges, which gives it a cable-less and “invisible” style that blends perfectly with the idyllic surroundings. The Baishihu Community on the other side of the bridge boasts a 100-meter Chunqiu Footpath that greets visitors with an ingeniously and professionally engineered horticultural area, besides the unique scenic and ecological resources of farms that produce organic vegetables and strawberries.
Areas around the suspension bridge, including the temple yards, orchards, forest footpath and the lake-strewn wetland, provide terrific places to enjoy blooming flowers and chirping birds. Art workshops and handicraft clinics are also hosted by community elders to pass on Baishihu’s legacy

 

Information

Themes
Outing Locations Family Activities
Subject
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Address
No. 24, Bishan Rd., Neihu Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

Opening Hours

Sunday: open 24 hours
Monday: open 24 hours
Tuesday: open 24 hours
Wednesday: open 24 hours
Thursday: open 24 hours
Friday: open 24 hours
Saturday: open 24 hours

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Review

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  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 1 Poor
  3. 7 Average
  4. 21 Very good
  5. 16 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 17 Families
  2. 6 Couples
  3. 8 Solo
  4. 0 Business
  5. 8 Friends
  • Nemesisvv

    Singapur, Singapur

    Traveler type:

    En pareja

    Good walk with natural and enjoy the various attractions around

    2018-12

    Although most people are only familiar with the bridge, there are a couple of attractions nearby and all walkable from here. The bridge is not high nor long but it is still spectacular as an attraction which is free of charge on its own. There is a paid tour of sort though. Nearby there is the heart shaped lake as well as the husband and wife trees.
  • Passenger808047

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Happy family trip in the suburb of Taipei city

    2018-05

    😘I would like to suggest that whether you are strangers or not,please come to visit here surrounded by green.If you have time more than your schedule,you can walk into more a little bit and you will find the address no.58 don’t hesitate to keep walking up.The Bai Shih no.58 village is so warm and hospitality to welcome you. Four seasons are in different colors in there front door where planting full of coniferous forest.They also serve gourmet Taiwanese cuisine,coffee,tea and sweets.You should go☀️,and don’t let you down。
  • backpacker31

    Boynton Beach, Florida

    Traveler type:

    En solitario

    Bridge Over Tiny Stream

    2018-01

    It seems a bit much to construct such a bridge over what is in essence a small stream. While the bridge does offer functionality- getting from point A to point B, it’s real purpose is as an attraction - to get people to come and walk over so they can visit the strawberry fields and cute cafes on the other side. The bridge itself offers some good photo opportunities - especially with its lavender color contrasting with the surrounding green mountains. If you have your own transport, there is a parking lot adjacent to the bridge. Otherwise, from the Neihu MRT station, walk around to the rear of the station and take the shuttle bus (S2) up to the adjacent Bishan Temple (10 minutes).
  • Felix C

    Traveler type:

    Con amigos

    Stylish bridge and safe for sure!

    2017-04

    Whenever you visit it, it looks trendy and different from other bridges. It's a pity that there's no creek for a while. However, youay also visit other spots nearby!
  • jtee07

    Singapur, Singapur

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    A not so well known place that is worth a visit

    2016-12

    We read about this place in a Taipei_Keelung tourist booklet obtain from the Tourist Information Centre. It does not seem to be known even by some locals; hence, do not expect crowd, especially during the weekdays. There are lots of steps; hence not really wheelchair friendly. How to go: Take the MRT to Neihu station. From there, take small bus number 2 to this place. Best to ask the staff at station control. We asked and were given a small slip of paper with the information. I think they were well prepared due to FAQ? Tell the bus driver that you want to go to this "Bai Shi Hu Diao Qiao" and he will inform you when reached. The bridge is an interesting place for the kids as we do not see suspension bridge very often. There are also a few other interesting places that you may want to take a look: 1. Restaurant with a small plot of land where cabbage and strawberries are grown. 2. Heart, or Love, Pond (Tong Xin Ci) 3. Forever Hut (Yong Jie Ting) 4. Husband and Wife Trees (Fu Qi Shu) and many other places that we did not visit. If you have noticed, #4 + #3 + #2 is an auspicious wish that one would say to a newly wedded couple: Husband and wife, Love forever (夫妻永结同心). The view of mountains and valley are spectacular at the Husband and Wife Trees. I feel that the air here is fresh as it is surrounded by nature and there are very few motorised vehicles travelling around. There is also a small cafeteria along the road towards Husband and Wife Trees and you may take a break there if you are hungry.

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