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Taiwan Tourism shares best locations for Pink Cherry Blossom Season

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Spring has arrived again, enchanting Taiwan with pink power once more. The pink dotted red cherry blossoms bring the touch of the spring season to Taiwan and the rain of cherry blossoms dancing in the wind is a highlight of the many flower appreciation activities. Captivating seasonal sights invite enthusiasts to take gorgeous pictures. The Taiwan Tourism Bureau has prepared a list of locations that are sure to provide flower lovers with an unforgettable display of floral beauty.

Taiwan’s famous Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village (FACV) is welcoming the season of cherry blossoms. In the daytime, visitors can enjoy the fun attractions in the park, the authentic aboriginal cuisine, and the full blossoms of the Weeping Cherry, Jiuzu Baichongying, Yoshino Cherry, and Fuji Cherry. At night time, there is the amazing seasonal Taiwan’s No. 1 “Night Cherry Blossom”. FACV has obtained Japan Sakuranokai’s “Excellent Cherry Blossom Appreciation Location” certificate, sharing the honor with Japan’s top 100 cherry blossom appreciation locations. Visitors are invited to indulge in the stunning cherry blossom forest in Taiwan.

Wuling Farm is also ushering in the spring flower season with kilometers of ravishing blossoms, including Wuling’s exclusive “Pink Lady”, original Taiwan Cherry, Wusheh Cherry, Japanese Showa Cherry and 10 other types of cherry blossoms. The farm has cherry blossom paths wreathed in red and pink, leading the way to the most magnificent scenes.

In Ali Mountain, the full bloom takes place in March and April. Featuring vast stretches of Yoshino Cherry Blossoms, its pastel flowers are like snow when blossoming in spring. The falling of the flowers is like “rain in March”, mesmerizing and enchanting.