Take a quick break from nature and learn about the aboriginal culture at Buluowan. There are two buildings, showcasing aboriginal's way of life.
Buluowan is a scenic spot in the Taroko Recreation Area. It is divided into an Upper Terrace and a Lower Terrace. You can walk on a trail to visit the river valley from the Lower Terrace. Then, you can proceed to the service station, exhibition halls and Idas (meaning moon in the Taroko tribe language) Hall to see both the arts and crafts of the Taroko Tribe as well as some multimedia presentations. Up the slope to Mountain Moon (Shanyue) Village, the Formosa lily is probably the main attraction for spring visitors to Buluowan. The lily season is from mid-April to mid-May. On the upper terrace, go through the service center of Leader Village Hotel and there is a 300 meter Bamboo Groves trail, where you can observe the strangling fig trees.