Xiao Wulai Skywalk(小烏來天空步道)
－Step onto the 70-meter-high transparent platform to enjoy the view.
－11-meter-long sky corridor — a skywalk that tests your boldness.
－360-degree panoramic view — an extreme visual and auditory experience.
－Land like a feather — a 60-ton Balancing Stone
Xiao Wulai Skywalk is located in Taoyuan Fuhsing Township, rose beside the Wind-Rolling Stone and suspended above the Xiao Wulai Waterfall. To fulfill tourists’ dream of walking in the air, Taoyuan City government spent NTD 8 million on it. The shape of skywalk was in a concise design with geometrical pattern, and tempered glass construction in the bottom. The walkway extended in the sky for 11 meters. Standing on the glass platform, 70 meters high above the bottom of waterfall, tourists can admire the beautiful valley and spectacular waterfall scenery with only NTD50. You are welcomed to come and sense the whole new sight with courageous challenge of 70 meters high.
Open Hours：0800-1700 (Closed on Tuesdays)
Ticket Purchase Office：Tollbooth of Skywalk
Category Admission Applicable to
Regular 50 General audiences
Discount 30 1.Resident of Taoyuan City (ID needed)
2.Children over 115cm or under 150cm.
3.Soliers, Police, vigilantes, or aboriginal assistants with uniform or proven documents.
4.Government, school activities with proven documents.
Group 40 20% discount for group of 40 or more (discount category is not applicable)
Free 1.Children under 115cm.
2.Tourists aged 65 or older with ID papers.
3.People with disabilities and one accompanying person.
4.Residents of Fusing Township (ID needed)
5.People on official duty with proven papers.
6.People with volunteer service recognition card, according to the 20 article of voluntary service law.
1.Tour guide of Skywalk needs to be arranged by scenery management office.
2.Water area opened for use in Peak seasons (Jun to Sep), and closed in low seasons (Jan to May, Oct to Dec).
3.No barbecue allowed inside the whole area to keep environmental cleansing.
Monday: 08:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 17:00
Tuesday: Break time
Wednesday: 08:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 17:00
Thursday: 08:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 17:00
Friday: 08:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 08:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 17:00
- Viewing Deck
- Bus Station
- Parking Lot
- Hiking Trail
A crowded tourist trap...I had to queue for 10 minutes to get a ticket, another 5 queuing to get in and then spent about 2 minutes on a tiny overcrowded skywalk. I don't think any effort is made whatsoever to control numbers as it was almost impossible to move once on it. You have a waterfall below your feet, interesting but nothing special. You can't even see how short the skywalk is from the outside either, I felt sorry for those queuing 100 metres up the road when I walked past 2 hours later.
short skywalkbest to check the weather first before going. went there last month and it was drizzling when we arrived, the pathways were wet and slippery. a bit disappointed on how short the skywalk really is, but if you include the nearby waterfalls, river, and suspension bridge, i think 50NTD entrance fee is so worth it.
Let down by the bridgeThe sky (glass bottomed) bridge was very short and allows the visitors a good view of the waterfall. But the other hanging bridges were more interesting and scenic. The most scenic bridge is yixinqiao. But requires good fitness to reach. Be prepared. Lots of steps to climb. But the view is worthwhile.
Skywalk and lots of bridgesTravelled with friends. It's quite a long drive from Zhongli City. But the view is nice. The Skywalk area is actually a small one. We enjoyed the suspension bridge better.
Skywalk plus hikingThe view from the bottom of the falls is currently blocked because there was a minor landslide and a few fallen trees - and I think they're not going to fix it anytime soon because they don't want a lot of tourists down there. There's no sign at the top of the trail to the bottom of the falls telling you that you can't see the view at the bottom, so it can be a bit of an unpleasant surprise. There's still plenty of good hiking though.
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