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Bade Pond Ecology Park(八德埤塘自然生態公園)


Popularity: 14.8k

Monday: 00:00 – 23:59


A popular check-in spot: lovely big-eyed frog.

In-depth ecology tour — a must-visit destination for parent-child environmental education.

Spend your leisure time here! Have afternoon tea at the lakeside cafe.

The best way to enjoy nature — picnic on the big grass field and watch ducks in the big pond.


Chickens, ducks, and geese all gather here for a fun party! This is not a farm but an ecological education center. The 5-hectare Bade Pond Ecology Park is like a green ark, a getaway from the buzzing Xingfeng Road. Come here to listen to the symphony of all living creature and relax in nature’s blessing.

The tall banyan trees lining up at the entrance of the park welcome visitors to embark on this green trip. Following the footpath to the park management office, you can first enjoy an afternoon tea at the wooden café of homemade bread, cookies, and coffee, filling up your stomach and recharging your energy before the trip. Then, you are ready to explore the park. The pond that still has irrigation functions nurtures lively ecology. You can find various water plants such as yellow water lily, hornwort, lotus, and Mexican primrose-willow. There are also various shrubs and trees by the pond. As seasons change, you might also encounter tree frogs, dragonflies, egrets, wild ducks, and water birds. Besides the circular walking trail, the embankment, wetland deck, elevated pavilion, and wooden boardwalk are all great spots for visitors to closely observe the rich ecology in the park. Eco-friendly construction methods have been applied in consideration of the natural habitat of animals and plants.

The great lawn in the park is just as beautiful as the riverbanks. On holidays you will find people picnicking and having fun on the lawn. The park was listed as a venue for the Taoyuan Land Art Festival for its vast space and unique ecology. You can see the “Four-eyed Frog” art installation at the secondary entrance of the park.



Opening Hours Sunday: 00:00 – 23:59
Monday: 00:00 – 23:59
Tuesday: 00:00 – 23:59
Wednesday: 00:00 – 23:59
Thursday: 00:00 – 23:59
Friday: 00:00 – 23:59
Saturday: 00:00 – 23:59
Charge Free


  • Introductory Lecture
  • Viewing Deck
  • Bus Station
  • Toilet
  • Parking Lot
  • Shop
  • Bike Rest Stop
  • Hiking Trail


■Guided tours are offered 9:00-12:00 every Friday.
■Please call the management office (03-3683155#239) to make a reservation for a guided tour for groups.
■The guided tour is 30-minute long.


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Parking is available.