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Geographic Center of Taiwan Monument


Located by Hutou Mountain of Puli Township and right next to Puwu Highway and National Puli Industrial Vocational Senior High School, the monument features four Chinese characters written by former president Chiang Ching-kuo, “Shan Qing Shui Xiu,” meaning “clear mountains and graceful water.” The monument itself is magnificent, as surrounded by two white arched walls in earth color, it is three meters high with a stainless steel pole at its top and two round circles looking like a blooming lily. The monument is especially meaningful for its geographical location.

Looking up from the stairs, one can enjoy views of lush green mountains accentuated by the monument's impressive design. Going up these 400-some stairs, one reaches the top of Huzhi Mountain where the monument is. Built by the Forestry Bureau, the monument marks the geometrical center of Taiwan and the island's largest triangulation station. The surrounding old pine trees look attractive and awe-inspiring. This is also an ideal place for watching the Sunrise and Sunset, as well as idyllic Puli Basin.


Opening Hours: 09:00~17:00

TEL: +886-49-2222106

Address: Heping E. Rd, Puli Township, Nantou County Taiwán, R.O.C


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