Nearby residents sit around the vibrant City God Temple enjoying lumpia, rice noodles, and meatballs, while travelers from other places come to Beipu to experience Leicha DIY and outdoor cold spring. In April and May, people take the train to visit Neiwan Old Street. Formerly a center of forestry, Neiwan now appeals people to its white Tung Blossom and Hakka cuisines. At night, visitors can walk into the forest trails and get surrounded by hundreds of flickering fireflies. Besides, the tribe Smangus in remote mountains features rich Atayal culture. The isolated environment retains the simple look of the village. In addition, families with kids prefer a trip to Leofoo Village, where they can stay a night with cute animals just outside the veranda.