Located amid tea gardens in the mountain, Amber Café offers its visitors a chance to roast coffee beans. Visitors are recommended to stop by the hundred-year-old Temple of the God of Land to pray for peace and safety. Visitors will have the chance to admire the ever-changing beauty of mountains shrouded by a sea of clouds. We welcome you to savor the tea and coffee in the midst of the beautiful landscape.
Bihu used to be called Juechiling ( literally means set square peak). In the early days, porters travelling through the mountains in Bihu depicted the crooked trails wandering up and down the rolling hills as carpenters ‘ set squares, hence the name.
Boasting a vast stretch of tea gardens, the village offer visitors a delightful retreat from the hustle and the bustle. It is also an ideal placein the northern tea path of Alishan for admiring the sunrise. Visitors can admire the ever-changing scenery of extensive mountains occasionally shrouded in the clouds and mist.
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Bihu Observation Deck
Located between altitudes of 1,000 and 1,200 meters, the Bihushan Observation Deck boasts great views. Visitors can overlook mountains, valleys, and communities in the Ruitai area to the east and the Caolingtan Ruins in Longyan Village to the north. They can even see the majestic main peak of Yushan when the sky is clear.
Huishan Temple is mainly dedicated to the worship of the Bodhisattva of compassion.It was established by migrants from Heping County. Fujian Province. China. in the 58th year of the rule of Emperor Olantong in the Gig dynasty. The main ritual of the temple is held every Lantern Festival on January 15th of the lunar calendar.
Shooting Star Platform
In front Alishan Forest Recreation Area, Ruifeng and Ruili Scenic Area can be seen. Here you can star gaze as well as watch the sunrise and the angle is the same as the angle the sunrise is viewed at Alishan.
The Hundred-year-old Temple of the God of Land
The hundred-year-old Temple of the God of Land was he first ever temple in Bihu Village. The temple is located at the junction en route to Meishanhan Road. In the early days, peddlers living in Ruifeng and Ruili had to walk the ancient path next to the Temple to sell commodities carried in carrying poles. It is said that the God of Land blessed the peddlers and remain responsive to the prayers of worshipers to date; the God is held in great reverence by the villagers.
「嘉義梅山乾隆民番界碑」位於第32 彎道旁產業道路，前行800 公尺即可見石碑。為清朝界定山地與平地之標誌，目前僅存梅山鄉界碑仍立於原址，具稀少性與歷史意義。
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Taiping Visitors Center
Address：No.5, Xiakengzai, Meishan Township, Chiayi County 603, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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