Fushoushan Farm

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  • Phone:+886 04 2598 9202
  • Address:No.29, Fushou Rd., Heping Dist., Taichung City 424, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Fushoushan Farm is located within Taichung's Heping District, in Lishan Li, No.29, Fushou Road. It is situated between the peaks of Hehuanshan and Xueshan, and sits at an elevation of 1800 to 2614 meters above sea level. During the Japanese occupation period, the area was called Songling. It served as major road that connected the local Wushe tribes. Originally named Lishan Veteran's Farm, it along with Qingjing Farm and Wuling Farm, are known as Taiwan's three major mountain farms. The farm was also originally established by retired veteran soldiers, and engaged in agriculture. It was only later that the farm began to engage in the development and production of all sorts of temperate-zone and alpine fruits and vegetables. During the summer, cabbage, chinese cabbage, spinach, and alpine tea are grown. In addition, every first half of the year on the farm there's also  plum blossoms, oriental cherries, peach blossoms, pear blossoms, apple blossoms, and all sorts of flowers blooming. Alpine fruits such as honey peaches, pears, kiwis, walnuts, plums, apples, and many vegetables can also be found growing. Fushoushan's most famous fruits as apples, pears, and peaches. Together, they are known as the "Three Kings of the Mountain" or "Three Kings". As the farm is located at an high altitude, it is a suitable location for planting and growing alpine teas. The tea garden covers an area of 13.5 hectares and includes tea varities such as Tieguanyin, Wuyi, and Qingxin Wulong. 



Opening Hours
All day

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Adult:Holiday $70/person. Weekday: $50/person.
Military,Civil Servant and Aboriginal:Holiday $50/person. Weekday: $40/person.
Group (over 30 people):Holiday $50/person. Weekday: $40/person
(over 65 year old, low-income and children under 110 cm)
Parking fees:$40/Large car、$25/Small car、$10/Motorcycle"
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Central and southern routes: National Highway NO.3 → National Highway NO.6 → Puli Interchange → Turn left on Provincial Highway 14 → Wushe → Cingjing Farm → Hehuan Mountain → Tayuling Trun →l eft on Provincial Highway 8 → Llishan → Fushoushan Farm.Traffic information TEL:(049)280-2603●Northern routesTaipei → by Taipei-Ilan highway, coastal highway or Hsuehshan Tunnel→Hukou→Yilan (Provincial Highway 7)→Qilan(Provincial Highway 7 A-line) → Siyuan Gap →Wulin Farm→Lishan→Fushoushan FarmTraffic information:Dulishan Station TEL:(03)980- 9706 ●Eastern route Hualien→Taroko→Tayuling→Lishan→Fushoushan Farm
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