Chunyang Suspension Bridge in Juisui Township Area
Chunyang Suspension Bridge Guide
Located in the Juisui Township area of Hualien, Hualien, Taiwan, Chunyang Suspension Bridge is a must-visit attraction for thrill-seekers and nature lovers alike.
About Chunyang Suspension Bridge
Chunyang Suspension Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that spans 204 meters across a stunning gorge, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The bridge is suspended 150 meters above the ground, making it one of the highest suspension bridges in Taiwan.
The easiest way to get to Chunyang Suspension Bridge is by car or scooter. The bridge is located about 30 minutes from Hualien City. There is a parking lot near the bridge, and the entrance fee is NT$50 per person.
Tips for Visiting Chunyang Suspension Bridge
- Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, as there are steep stairs and uneven terrain leading up to the bridge.
- Be prepared for windy conditions on the bridge, especially in the afternoon.
- Bring a camera to capture the stunning views.
- Visit during the week if possible to avoid crowds.
If you have time, consider visiting some of the other attractions in the Juisui Township area, such as the Qingshui Cliffs, Liyu Lake, and Farglory Ocean Park.
Approximate Latitude and Longitude
24.7603° N, 121.6624° E