Located in the southern part of New Taipei City, Wulai is a small town surrounded by mountains and winding streams an hour away from downtown Taipei. More importantly, Wulai is known as the “hot spring town” of Taiwan. There is, therefore, little wonder that Meghan, an American blogger, documented the small town and tried to capture the beauty of Wulai’s mountains, the old streets and the culture of indigenous people.
Meghan選擇這間溫泉Spa的個人湯屋擁有開闊視野，溫泉設施也相當齊全。Meghan在影片中提到，烏來溫泉水質無色無味，泡起來很舒服，而且泡完膚質感覺也更好了 ; 此外，台灣湯屋不像日本都事先把水放滿浴缸，可以選擇自己放水，感覺比較有衛生。
For a better soaking experience, Meghan picked a hot spring spa hotel that overlooks the scenic mountains and streams. While enjoying her bath, she stressed that the water had no unpleasant smell and her skin was smoother as a result. Besides, she pointed out that she filled the bathtub by herself which seems more sanitary than in some Japanese hot spring hotels.
Following her relaxing experience, Meghan visited a local restaurant and enjoyed some local delights and indigenous cuisine, such as bamboo rice and flying squirrel meat. Do you want to know how does squirrel meat taste like? Let’s take a look at the video and find out!
Lastly, Meghan visited Wulai Old Streets and tasted more local food, including “aiyu” jelly and Annin tofu.
Let’s explore the small hot spring town with Meghan!
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