Situated in the Yilan Forestry Culture Park, it was a key shipping hub for logging of the Taipingshan Forest Farm in the industry’s early prosperity. The buildings and industrial relics during Japanese Colonial Era still stand to this day, including old locomotives, railway cultural relics and artifacts, Jhulin stations, and so on. The log pond at that time has now turned into Eco- pond; being a habitat composed of both aquatic and terrestrial environments, this area is rich in biodiversity.
|No. 118, Jhongjheng N. Road, Yilan Township, Yilan County 265, Taiwan R.O.C.
|Yilan Nature Center
Last updated on:2016-05-16