Passing through Changchun Tunnel and across Ning’an Bridge, 300 m after Xipan Dam you will reach the starting point of Chinese character "Zhi" (zigzag) shaped road to the Buluowan terraces. It will take approximately seven minutes by car to reach the parking area at the lower terrace of the valley.
Buluowan is divided into Upper Terrace and Lower Terrace. You can walk on a trail to visit the river valley from the Lower Terrace. Then you can proceed to the service station, exhibition halls and Idas (meaning moon in the Taroko tribe language) Hall see both the arts and crafts of the Taroko Tribe and multimedia presentations. Up the slope to Taroko Village Hotel (Shanyue Village), the Formosa lily is probably the main attraction for spring visitors to Buluowan. The lily season is from mid April to mid May. On the upper terrace, go through the service center of Taroko Village Hotel and there is a 300 meter Bamboo Groves trail, where you can observe the strangling fig trees.
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Riding along Provincial Highway 8 and turn to the connection road at the east of Xipan Tunnel. Ride 2 kilometers up slope to Buluowan Recreation Area. The connection road is narrow and steep with sharp turns, so beware of other vehicles.
From Hualien, Xincheng Train Station or Taroko National Park Headquarters station, take Hualien Bus 1133A, or 1133 bound for Tianxiang, and alight at Buluowan. From Tianxiang, take Hualien Bus 1133 (served two buses daily only) bound for Taroko National Park Headquarters, Xincheng or Hualien Train Station.
Driving north bound on Provincial Highway 9 and connect Provincial Highway 8 at Xincheng. Then take the connection road at the east of Xipan Tunnel (at 179.1 km on Provincial Highway 8). It takes about 2 kilometers meander route of car driving and reaches to Buluowan Recreation Area. Driving will take about 15 minutes/10 km by car from Taroko National Park Headquarters to Buluowan.