Though slate walled and not made of cedarwood at all, this quiet and stylish hotel offers large marble soaking rooms with huge windows...
Shui Yun Waterfall
The path to this thundering waterfall goes along a river, through a forest and up a canyon. The return trip takes three to four hours...
Sunrise Hot Springs
This wood-and-stone multipool outdoor complex is designed to let you take in the mountain views as you bathe. There are also private...
Aux Cimes de la Fontaine
This funky restaurant and cafe overlooks Wenshui River. The two indigenous sisters running the place whip up some fine meals (mostly...
Getting to the top of craggy Hushan (1492m) is the most difficult of Tai'an's hikes. Start on the trail to Shui Yun Waterfall and when the path splits after the suspension bridge, take the upper route. Pay attention to the ribbons and markers as the route is not always clear. The return trip takes about five hours.