Maolin Valley

Situated at the confluence of Zhukou (Jhoukou) River and one of its tributaries, Mushen River, Maolin Valley was originally named “Luomusi”, means Beautiful Valley in the Rukai language. The Maolin Waterfall is a magnificent sight, but there are whirlpools in the blue water, called “girl traps” by local people, and playing in the water or swimming is unsafe. Instead, you could make for the elegant Jing Pavilion in front of the waterfall to view it, enjoying the flourishing, magnificent natural scenery in bright spirits. 

Maolin Dist., Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)