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The Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village(photo courtesy the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village) & The Dajhuhu Ecological Trail, Sun Moon Lake & Cihen Pagoda
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The International Fireworks Festival(photo courtesy the Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area Administration) & Pestle music of the Thao tribe(photo courtesy the Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area Administration)

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If you subscribe to the philosophy of low-key luxury vacations, you could do worse than try a night at The Lalu hotel. This hotel, which sits on the bank of the lake, is the first of Taiwan's more than 300 tourist hotels to be extolled in the international press for its “less is more” and Zen-style architectural design philosophy, and it will surely give you a new way of thinking about travel.

The beauty of Sun Moon Lake is embellished by adornments of history. Foremost among these are the local Thao, one of Taiwan's 12 indigenous tribes, who live alongside the lake and are ready to offer you their delicious traditional cuisine along with tales of ancient legend and culture. Their harvest festival is held in the eighth lunar month each year; if you happen to be in the area at the time, you are welcome to join in the festivities. You might also like to experience the annual Sun Moon Lake International Fireworks Festival and the annual 10,000-person Swim Across Sun Moon Lake.

If your interest in aboriginal culture is still not satisfied, then you must take the short trip to the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. In this multipurpose theme park you can see a microcosm of Taiwan's aboriginal cultures and watch tribal song and dance performances. The park also has many exciting amusement-park rides, a beautiful European-style formal garden, and cherry-blossom festivities that will leave you with everlasting memories.

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