【看CP學英文】位於南投縣仁愛鄉的法治村 (武界) 坐落在武界山和干卓萬山之間形成峽谷地形，此地種植大面積茶園且易於清晨湧現雲海，而被譽為「雲的故鄉」，更曾在2016年被台電評選為10大秘境榜首。
Located in Renai Township, Nantou County, Wujie village is sitting between Wujie Mountain and Ganzhuowan Mountain, forming a canyon terrain, where large tea plantations are planted.
The sea of clouds usually forms in the morning, giving Wujie the name of “Home of clouds.” Wujie was even named the top 10 amazing destinations by Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) in 2016.
Hidden in the valley, the Wujie tribe is the northernmost branch of the Bunun tribe in Taiwan, and the indigenous people living here are growing vegetables and fruits such as tea trees, passion fruits, apples and so on.
It is recommended to visit the Momonaer Waterfall, which is about 800 meters above sea level. You will pass by Siyuan Suspension Bridge, Hao Han slope, the most beautiful dam “Wujie Dam” and Lalamisi Falls on the way.
The shade-loving hiking trail is paved along the way and is perfect for beginners. It is 1.8 kilometers one way and the round trip takes about two hours.
After entering the bustling bazaar of the tribe, you will see the “green tunnel” with trees on sides.
On the side, there is a “Wujie” sign, on which is written the origin of the name of Wujie.
“In the early days, the indigenous people from different tribes often attacked each other, but later the Japanese defined this area as the boundary force and hence is called Wujie,” the sign reads.
After the 1999 Jiji earthquake, the vital roads connecting the tribe to the city had been cut off until the government repaired roads to revitalize local indigenous industries.
However, due to isolation, Wujie retains its unpolluted land and natural beauty.
After a five-minute walk, you will see the 100-meter-long “Siyuan Suspension Bridge.”
This bridge was built in 1919 during the Japanese rule era and was named to remind the Bunun people to be grateful.
The bridge has been renovated twice by Taipower and is the entrance to the Wujie Dam and the waterfall.
After passing through the suspension bridge and climbing up the Hao Han slope, you will arrive at the Wujie Dam, which was once voted as the top ten amazing destinations in Taiwan.
It is recommended to walk up to the Fude Temple, where has the best view of the Wujie Dam.
Continue walking for 30 minutes, you will see Lalamisi Falls. However, the trip up Momonaer waterfall requires wading in the water so it is recommended to bring a pair of slippers.
The Momonaer Waterfall, which falls from a high place, is a magnificent attraction even during the dry season, and you can easily take beautiful photos of it at this instagrammable spot.
In addition to Momonar Waterfall, “A seam of Sky” is a must-visit for visitors to Wujie. However, it is not easy to get there and can only be reached through the riverbed.
The local tribe has a shuttle service for NT$300 per person, and you can experience a vehicle ride through the riverbed and see the natural wonder, which is guaranteed to be worth the price!
How to get there? | 南投仁愛鄉的武界部落（法治村） | No.4, Jieshan alley, Nantou County, Ren’ai Township