Qingjing Farm is located between one thousand and two thousand meters above sea level. It has become a hot spot in recent years.
Coming from western Taiwan, you'll need to pass by Qingjing Farm in order to go up to He-huan Mountain to enjoy the snow view.
The farm is less than one-hour drive away from He-huan Mountain and is only 8 kilometers from Wu-she. Coming up from Wu-she, you'll see a few European-style homestays along the way.
The green mountain scenery is truly breathtaking.
From Qingjing Farm, you get to see high mountains of Central Range, including Qi-lai Mountain, Neng-gao Mountain and more.
Qingjing Vistor Center
There is a large Seven Eleven before arriving at Qingjing Guest House. This is also where Qingjing Visitor Center is located.
You can get an immense mountain view here. There is an explanation board at the parking lot letting you know the position of every mountain.
Experience a unique feeling of having 3000-meter mountains right across from you.
Qingjing Guest House is the landmark of Qingjing farm. You will begin to see homestays and restaurants in increasing numbers from here on.
Across from here is a gorgeous garden "Small Swiss Garden," occupying an area as large as 6 hectares.
You will see stands selling vegetables on the roadsides along the way.
Perhaps oddly enough, there are stands selling Lanolin and goat milk tablets.
That's right, these are local goods from Qingjing!
Qingjing Farm, which allowed KMT troops residing in Yunnan and Myanmar to settle down after their defeat in civil war, is one of the three alpine farms operated by Taiwan Veterans Association.
It's dubbed as the Eastern Little Swiss; however, things were not what they are. Traditional farming used to suffer countless losses.
Sheep were imported in 1997, the release of the sheep shearing show "Sheep Stripping Show" ensued.
Shepherds from New Zealand performed on-site shearing for tourists, and it became an attraction to everyone's surprise.
Burmese Cuisine is a local specialty due to residents from Yunnan and Myanmar.
Green Green Grassland
If you like to check out the sheep show, some herds and grasslands, you must go to "Green Green Grassland."
There are sheep pastures and horse show areas in "Green Green Grassland," making the farm a hot attraction.
You get to see sheep grazing on the roadsides, giving you a little taste of the Alps.