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Riki / Shiyuan Dorm A Wulai Day Trip

Shui Yuan Dorm A Wulai Day Trip

Date 2011/09/17
Destination Wulai
Participants Local and International Exchange Students
Summary We went to Wulai Old Street to try aboriginal cuisines, visited the Wulai Waterfall, and experienced the well-known hot springs. We also visited the nearby Aboriginal Museum to learn more about the aboriginal culture.
Feedback from students WuLai, located on the mountainous region of Taipei County, belongs to the Atayal Tribe and is famous for its hot springs. Once we stepped off the bus at WuLai, we saw beautiful mountains and natural hot springs surrounding us below. We took a train up to the mountain admiring the gorgeous waterfall and mountains along the way.
We were able to stroll through the WuLai Old Street which was full of Indigenous vendors selling traditional Taiwanese or Indigenous unique food and crafts, such as the hot spring egg and hand-woven bracelets. For the last activity of the day, we had the option of choosing between either the natural hot springs of WuLai or the WuLai Atayal Museum. The museum had lots of really interesting Indigenous artifacts, stories, models, and facts to offer to visitors.
Everyone seemed to have enjoyed the day and was just absolutely exhausted by the end. The trip to WuLai was a great opportunity to get to know our fellow neighbors and learn about the Taiwanese culture. It was definitely an exciting and fun day that could not have been made possible without Ms. Grace Wu, resident director of ShuiYuan dorms, and the help of all the wonderful NTU volunteer leaders! And of course, all the foreign students that took part in this day trip to WuLai! Thank you everyone, for being a part of such a fun-filled day together!
Photos  
 
Morning gathering

 
Boarding the bus for Wulai
   

 Hiking to train station

 
Taking Wulai train up the mountain
 
Visiting a small aboriginal museum
 

 
Group picture

 
Hiking down the mountain
 

 

Soaking in the Hot Springs



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