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New all-encompassing Water, Land, and Air Excursions

F.A.C.V. is an action-packed theme park that provides a variety of exciting shows, rides and attractions. F.A.C.V. is in the middle of a forest providing an attraction that Sun Moon Lake lacks. Something special that parents, their children, and young people can enjoy. On the other hand, Sun Moon Lake's serene, beautiful mountains and lake offers what F.A.C.V. lacks. Now the Ropeway merges the two and makes all-encompassing water, land, and air excursions fun, fresh and new.

Water—Sun Moon Lake Recreation

Sun Moon Lake, the largest lake in Taiwan, is located in the central part of Taiwan. The east side of the lake resembles the shape of a sun and the west a crescent moon; hence the name Sun Moon Lake

Sun Moon Lake has plenty of rain all year round with a high humidity. Because of seasonal changes and the difference between day and night, its ever-changing scenery is picturesque, poetic and attractive.

Sun Moon Lake

Visitors can go cruising in the lake or row a boat with their sweetheart to enjoy a close contact with the beauty of the lake. The Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Annual Sun Moon Lake International Swimming Carnival, International kayak Competition, and Triathlon Competition make Sun Moon Lake an important location for water sports competition in Taiwan.

  • Elevation: 748.48m (745.45m before the construction of the hydraulic power plant)
  • Depth: 30.3m (27m before the construction of the hydraulic power plant)
  • Area: 827 hectares (773 hectares before the construction of the hydraulic power plant)
  • Water capacity: 1.4 billion square m.
  • Water Source:
    The Jhuo Shuei river's water destined for Sun Moon Lake arrives first in the Wujie Reservoir through an underground channel.

Ground—Multi-amusement Park

F.A.C.V., which is about 10km from Sun Moon Lake, lies to the east of Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area and is separated from Sun Moon Lake by Mt. Buji. The three major themes of the park are Taiwan Indigenous Culture, Amusement Isle, and Shueishalian European Palace Garden. The traditional aboriginal dances, pleasurable, exciting rides, and beautiful, elegant garden provide recreations that meet the needs of all ages. F.A.C.V. has successfully merged traditional aboriginal cultures with modern entertainments. Every year in February Formosan Cherry Blossom Festival is celebrated and more visitors come to enjoy the cherry blossom during the day and night. This festival has aroused the attention of the public to cherry blossom.

Sky—A New Panoramic View

The Ropeway's panorama is eye-catching and interests tourists. It is equipped to deal with energy conservation and noise pollution, so that there is positive effect on environmental protection. The Ropeway's construction has overcome the challenging landscape and is very safe and lasting. It has a world standard carrier system by incorporating water, land, and air to provide a fresh panorama. This combination of transportation and tourism harmonize equipment, people, and nature and is a model for many national parks in the world.

Dajhuhu; Sun Moon Spring

Dajhuhu can be fully seen in the Smiley Valley where the water enters the lake from the high mountain streams around the town of Wushe in Renai. The water destined for Sun Moon Lake arrives first in the Wanda and Wujie Reservoirs, from where it is then channeled through underground channels to arrive at the Dajhuhu inlet of Sun Moon Lake. A fountain of water shoots up from the channel; hence the name Sun Moon Spring. The water carries with it much sand and forms a sand dune which becomes the habitat of shore birds.

Sun Lake; Moon Lake, Lalu Island

On a map the Lalu Island generally becomes the boundary between Sun lake, which has the shape of the sun in the east of Sun Moon Lake and Moon Lake, which has the shape of the crescent moon in the west of Sun Moon Lake; hence the name Sun Moon Lake. Looking from the carrier, the Sun Lake is in the forefront with complete and clear contour, whereas Moon Lake, which is in a distance beyond the Lalu Island and behind the Cihen Pagoda, is only partially seen.

Puli Basin; National Highway 6

On a clear day the passengers in the carriers from the Ropeway not only enjoy the view of Sun Moon Lake, but also the Puli Basin, National Highway 6, and Di Zang Temple on Mt. Niu Mian all of which are about 10 km to the north.

Discovery of Ring-cupped Oak

When the workers cleared the land and erected the huge towers for the Ropeway construction, they found plenty of Ring-cupped oaks (Cyclobalanopsis glauca) near the area between T5 and T7. Each tree is higher than 100 feet, and it takes 5 to 6 adults holding hands to embrace the biggest one estimated more than 100 years.

A Nearby Attractions of Ita Thao

Many attractions near Sun Moon Lake Station are worth a brief stop. Ita Thao Pier is 500m to the south east of the station link with a lakeside trail. The Youth Activity Center and the Butterfly Garden are on the east side of the road. Behind the Butterfly Garden is the north entrance to Great Mt. Shueishe Trail. Shueiwatou Trail is to the north of the station and is 1500m along the Provincial Road 21.

Ita Thao Boat Rowing and Boat Tour

Visitors can have a fresh experience in boat touring, boat rowing and shopping at Ita Thao Pier


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