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Walk Into The Colorful Hobbit Houses Under The Hidden Hills Of Taiwan

The hobbit houses in Miaoli opened their reconstructed 'hobbit houses'. The low huts and hills merge into one, the wooden houses are painted with colorful setting.

The park name is Hobbit Valley Park. The houses are inspired from the dwarfs in the Snow White story and most likely the Hobbit houses from the Lord of the Rings. 

Walking into the park is like walking into a fairy tale, there is also a cafe nearby where you can take a break. These houses already attracted lots of families and couples to go for an adevnture.

It is located at the junction of Tongluo Township and Gongguan Township. The colorful architectural style is very popular in the social media sites, attracting many tourists to go, enjoy nature and take lots of photos.

There is also an old-fashioned coffee shop or cafe in the park, which sells light food and snacks like muffins, beef rolls and drinks like coffee, tea. You can rest in the park and have a relaxing view of nature, the terrace overlooks the mountain and enjoy the breath of fresh air in the forest.

There are 4 low-rise houses, a small sunflower garden, a cafe and gardens. Though there are still many facilities in the park and will add more soon. The owner Wu Zonghua said that this fairy-tale-like park can make passengers happy and forget their problems. 

The park is open from 09:30am to 06:30pm with an entrance fee of NT$100. The park address: No. 160, Shenglong 15th, Shenglong Village, Tongluo Township, Miaoli County (Address in Chinese: 苗栗縣銅鑼鄉盛隆村盛隆15鄰160號). You may opt to grab a taxi going to the place from Miaoli Train Station or at Tongluo Train Station.

Note: Since the park is not that big, that is why there is a need for reservation to control the crowd due to influx of visiotrs and you can choose in three time slots 9:00-12:30, 12:30-15:30 and 15:30-18:00. To reserve a slot just click here.


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