National Freeway 3 → National Freeway 6→ Guoxing Interchange → County Road 133 → Provincial Highway 21 → Atayal Resort
Atayal Resort covers an area of 56 acres and combines the beauty of the wilderness with hot spring facilities, leisure activities, and vacation cabins. It is designed as an international leisure hot spring resort area, offering a wide range of recreational and vacation amenities. The resort places a strong emphasis on Atayal culture, with cultural elements representing the indigenous Atayal people prominently visible throughout the park. There is also a museum displaying traditional artifacts of the Atayal people, allowing visitors to gain a deeper understanding of their culture and customs. In addition to eight open-air hot spring pools, spa facilities, and indoor hot springs, the resort offers 153 authentic wooden cabins and a large and well-equipped conference hall. The resort also features camping and barbecue areas, as well as a dedicated camper van area, and can accommodate thousands of visitors, making it an ideal destination for teambuilding and other activities.