No.16, Pubu, Wulai Dist., New Taipei City 233, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
With a height of 80 meters and a width of 10 meters, Wulai Waterfall is the highest waterfall in Northern Taiwan. Even during dry seasons, the water pouring over the waterfall is still deafeningly loud and makes the air misty, hence its local names — Waterfall Amidst Clouds.
Pubu Road is no doubt the best spot to view the waterfall, but you can also take the cable car over the waterfall to have a panoramic view of the stunning waterfall. If visiting in spring, you will be amazed by the blooming cherry blossom, and a gust of wind will bring a blizzard of white, pink and pale yellow petals to earth.
As the third largest aboriginal tribe in Taiwan, the Atayal form a big presence in Wulai, which is part of their traditional territory. You can find many small shops and stalls selling everything from indigenous handicrafts to local delicacies. If you’re into exploring the culture, then the nearby Wulai Atayal Museum is for sure the place for you. Together with Beitou and Yangmingshan, Wulai is one of the three premier hot spring resorts in Northern Taiwan. Traveling can be exhausting sometimes, so why not melt away any residual road trip muscle gridlock by immediately submerging yourself in a hot spring soak at one of the commercial spas open to the public in Wulai?