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Daylily Festival in Taiwan’s Hualien to begin Aug 3

Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in fairyland-like sea of flowers

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Blooming daylily flowers on Lioushihdan Mountain in Fuli Township, Huaien County. (Fuli Farmers' Association photo )

Blooming daylily flowers on Lioushihdan Mountain in Fuli Township, Huaien County. (Fuli Farmers' Association photo )

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Daylily Festival in Taiwan’s eastern county of Hualien will start on Aug. 3 and last until Sep. 15, Hualien Tourism Department announced on July 24.

The golden daylily flowers will cover the gently rolling hills of Chike Mountain (赤柯山) in Yuli Township (玉里鎮) and the neighboring Lioushihdan Mountain (六十石山) in Fuli Township (富里鄉) located along the county’s Coastal Range through August and into September, the tourism department said.

Visitors to these two destinations will be able to immerse themselves in the fairyland-like sea of flowers, take wonderful photos, taste daylily meals prepared by local restaurants, and observe starry night skies, according to the announcement.

The Fuli Farmers’ Association has published the Lioushihdan Mountain Travel Guide (Chinese) to provide visitors with useful travel information, which includes a map of Liushihdan Mountain and info on stores, places to stay and eat, tourist attractions, local specialties, and other travel tips.

To access the travel guide, please click here.

Daylily Festival in Taiwan’s Hualien to begin Aug 3
Blooming daylily flowers on Lioushihdan Mountain, Fuli Township, Hualien County. (Hualien Tourism Department photo)