Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village 九族文化村
Located next to Sun Moon Lake near Puli in Nantou County, the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village is an amusement park connected to and accessed by the Sun Moon Lake Ropeway (日月潭纜車).
The park is home to Taiwan's first suspended roller coaster and tallest free-fall ride. As of 2019, the park has also launched a new water attraction section called "Spanish Coast (西班牙海岸)".
A one-day trip with transportation and guide from Taichung is available to the park and includes a visit to Sun Moon Lake.
The aboriginal groups represented within the park include the Atayal (泰雅族), Saisiyat (賽夏族), Tsou (鄒族), Bunun (布農族), Puyuma (卑南族), Rukai (魯凱族), Yami/Tao (達悟族), Amis (阿美族), Paiwan (排灣族), and the local Thao/Ngan (邵族).
By Sun Moon Lake Ropeway:
The best way to reach Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village is to take the gondola cable car service from Sun Moon Lake Ita Thao.
The official website for Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village is www.nine.com.tw.