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Meishan Bike Station

The most beautiful bike rest stop on the East Coast

Updated:2020-10-14

Posted Date:2020-10-14

Popularity:91

Thursday:Open 24 hours a day
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East coast is a cyclists' favorite for its beautiful view. Bike stations are set up to serve the large number of cycling enthusiasts, providing supplies, rest, food, and bike repair along the East Coast.

Meishan Bike Station is located at the same place as the Taitung County Chenggong Town Farmers' Association Sales Center. The two sides of the station are surrounded by mountains and the sea. Every spring, there is the Chenggong sea of flowers set up by Chenggong Town Farmers' Association, offering tourists passing through the East Coast another attraction. Meishan Bike Station has a three-story pavilion. From the pavilion, you can see Sanxiantai from different angles. It is one of the best hidden spots to admire the East Coast landscape.

Feature

  • History and culture

    History and culture

    Across Provincial Highway 11, there is a row of hundred-year-old black pine trees next to Zhongxiao Elementary School, opposite to the pavilion. They were planted in 1904 when the Japanese founded the Taitung Chinese School - Chengguangao Branch because they missed their home and the scenery there. They brought the saplings of the black pine with them to Taiwan. The trees are now over hundred years old. You can observe the different shapes and forms of the old pines by walking on the "Step-by-step Landscape Trail."

Details

TEL 089-871148
Opening Hours Sunday:Open 24 hours a day
Monday:Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday:Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday:Open 24 hours a day
Thursday:Open 24 hours a day
Friday:Open 24 hours a day
Saturday:Open 24 hours a day
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Facilities

  • Trafficking Division
  • Dining
  • Payphone
  • Parking lot
  • Toilets
  • Bicycle Inn

How to Get There

Choose a transportation method based on your departure location.

Remind

Do not break the plants or climb on the art installations to take photos.

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