Fushan Botanical Garden

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Location
24°45'34"N
121°35'25"E
Country
 Taiwan
Categories
  • Nature
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Description

The Fushan Botanical Garden (traditional Chinese: 福山植物園; simplified Chinese: 福山植物园; pinyin: Jiāyì Zhíwùyuán) is a botanical garden in Yuanshan Township, Yilan County and Wulai District, New Taipei in Taiwan. It is managed by Taiwan Forestry Research Institute.

History

The area used to be inhabited by the Atayal people.

Geology

Covering an area of 410 hectares, it is the largest botanical garden in Taiwan. It stands on an elevation of 600–1,400 meters above sea level. It has an annual average temperature of 18.5°C and rainfall of 4,125 mm. It consists of more than 700 species of plants.

Facilities

The botanical garden features a nature center which displays the information regarding the garden. It has a 20 km-long walking path for visitors to explore the garden.
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