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Fuyang Eco Park 富陽自然生態公園

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4.5 22 Reviews

Wednesday:open 24 hours




Fuyang Eco Park is just a 5-minute walk from MRT Linguang Station. During the time of the Japanese Colonial Period to 1988, the site was used as a military ammunition depot. Later, it became the land designated for a park. The entire valley maintains almost the same ecological landscape that existed more than a hundred years ago. There are abundant plants in the park, with insects calling and birds singing, where natural resources such as low-elevation forests and streams are also preserved. The rare ecological park in the City is divided into several areas: Natural Succession Area, Butterfly Watching Area, Formosan Giant Flying Squirrel Observation Area and Taipei Tree Frog Observation Area. Other than tree frogs, butterflies and Formosan Giant Flying Squirrels, the Park has a total of 5000 trees covering 331 plant species, such as: Incense machilus (Machilus zuihensis), Formosa acacia (Acacia confusa), Turn In The Wind (Mallotus paniculatus), Elephant’s Ear (Macaranga tanarius), etc. In the surroundings, there are houses of the military dependents’ village, preserved forts, culverts and vicissitudinous stone steps. Marks of painstaking efforts made by the military officers are clearly evident. Standing among these old structures would give visitors an odd feeling of having a soulfuls communication with the older generation.


Outing Locations Family Activities
Guiding Service
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Youth Park Management Division
Phone Number
Lane 272, Wolong St., Da'an 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

Services & Facilities

  • Toilets


Nearby MRT

BR Wenhu Line Linguang

BR Wenhu Line Liuzhangli

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4.5 22 Reviews Write a Review

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  3. 1 Average
  4. 11 Very good
  5. 10 Excellent

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  1. 4 Families
  2. 1 Couples
  3. 4 Solo
  4. 0 Business
  5. 5 Friends
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Taipei as it once was


    Fuyang Eco Park was once a munitions depot, which is why it remained untouched. It is a piece of land that remains much as Taipei was 100 years ago. There aere some relics remaining, it's a great place to step back in time,
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Lush valley shows Taipei as it was long ago


    Fuyang Eco Park was once a military ammunition depot. From the Japanese colonial era (1895 -1945) until 1988, it was largely undisturbed. Now the valley is full of plants, insects and animal in great variety.. It's as Taipei was more than 100 years ago, before the natural habitat was overgrown by development. It's full of low forest and streams You will also find the remnants of a military dependents village. a reminder that people once lived and worked here The park is a short walk from Linguang MRT station on the Brown Line
  • unizfree

    Hong Kong, China

    Traveler type:

    En solitario



    Went there on a Sun and there’s eco-tourism tour just started, so I follow them to tour around the park though it’s conduct in Mandarin. The park is quite closed to a mrt station, just few minutes walk. There are a lot of dragonflies and other insects, worth going if you love the nature.
  • Livetotravel747

    Coombabah, Australia

    Very relaxing and lush


    I enjoyed my walk thru the lush green park which was made even better by the rain at the time. It so peaceful in the middle of a city. Most of the walk is level, but some areas have steps, but these are big stone steps that are easily managed. Short walk from MRT, toilets available
  • bjackblack

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    Traveler type:

    En solitario



    Didn't expect the the lush so close within the concrete jungle. So well shaded in some areas, you can feel the temperature drop. Some pebble paths and stairs. A few signs say not to stray off path because of venomous snakes...yikes...I haven't see any so far.

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