Tulik
Chenggong Township, Taitung County
Tulik Tribe

In the Amis language, "Tulik" means to tie up or to weave. The tribe lives up to its name and is renowned for its fine woven vessels.

In Douli Village, you can see traditional huts surrounded by coconut trees. Tourists can pick wild vegetables, stay with families in the community, enjoy local meals, hike up riverbeds and go fishing and hunting along the coast. This rural way of life will touch your heart.

Dulik torii, picking vegetables, fishing, cycling Ancient legend

There are many waterfalls and beautiful scenery. You can enjoy yourselves in the water or forests where you also could get the food. It’s very special. Along the roads, you could see many sunflowers. Mawuku River flows through the tunnel. Singing and cycling would be a wonderful feeling

Tulik Tribe: Recommended Itinerary
2 Days 1 Night
Day 1:Picking wild plantsRiver of Life (outdoor picnic) Fishing at seaSpecialty dinnerSleepless in Tulik: Traditional song class (Stay overnight at Cilapasan or tribal guest lodge)
Day 2:Tulik Shrine (bicycle)Specialty lunchTribal tour
3 Days 2 Nights
Day 1:Picking wild plantsRiver of Life (outdoor picnic)Fishing at seaSpecialty dinnerSleepless in Tulik: Traditional song class (Stay overnight at Cilapasan or tribal guest lodge)
Day 2:Xiamalong CaveXiaoma TunnelSpecialty lunchXiaoma Fishing VillageDinner at Cilapasan (Stay overnight at Cilapasan or tribal guest lodge)
Day 3:Tulik Shrine (bicycle)Specialty lunchTribal tour
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