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Jhihben National Forest Recreation Area
Situated in the Jhihbennei Hot Springs area southwest of Taitung City, Jhihben National Forest Recreational Area spans 110 hectares, ranges from125 to 650 meters above sea level, and has a mean annual temperature of about 22 oC, Dense forests and Jhihben Creek pass through the entrance to this area. With such a beautiful environment, Jhihbennei has become a famous tourist site in Taitung.
Jhihben Creek

This area is bounded by a river bed and a mountain ridge. Steep slopes make this area perfect for hiking on Forest Bath Trail, Hero Hill Trail and Ficus Shade Trail. Most trails are constructed in the dense forest; however, visitors can look down to Zhiben Creek, to an endless ridge, and even to Taitung City through the open space along the trails. The wood-paved trail along Jhihben Creek is on the way to Jhihben Falls, which hass two narrow, parallel streams. Looking out to the falls and taking deep breath from the waterfall platform makes visitors feel very relaxed.
Hero Hill Trail

  Address : 320 Longcyuan Rd., Wencyuan Village, Beinan Township, Taitung County
  Tel: (03) 980-9619 (Tuchang Toll Station)
  Opening hours : (089) 510-961
  Admission:
Mon.~Fri.—Adults NT$80, Children NT$50, Concession NT$10;
Weekends & Holidays—Adults NT$100, Children NT$50, Concession NT$10


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‧Leaflet:
This leaflet provides some introductory information about Jhihben National Forest Recreation Area, with a map, images and general advice.
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‧Google Earth kmz file :
Google Earth kmz files will start Google Earth and fly you to Jhihben National Forest Recreation Area.
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