Road Trip To Taiwan's Highest Road!





Time for a road trip through the mountains of central Taiwan and the beautiful Taroko National Park. We drive from Hualien’s Qingshui cliffs to Taiwan’s highest road at mount Hehuan, passing by dramatic landscapes and scenic views. Oh and we start off with some milk tea of course 😉

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47 Replies to “Road Trip To Taiwan's Highest Road!”

  1. Yvonne Lin

    根據《公速公路及快速公路交通管制規則》第5條顯示「汽車行駛高速公路及快速公路,應依速限標誌指示。但遇有濃霧、濃煙、強風、大雨或其他特殊狀況,致能見度甚低時,其時速應低於四十公里或暫停路肩,並顯示危險警告燈。在高速公路及快速公路上執行任務之救護車、消防車、警備車、工程車及救濟車,其行車速率不受前項規定之限制。但應依規定裝置明顯警示標識」。

    這是高速公路或快速公路規則,不知道一般道路有沒有同樣的規則,但可能台灣人因此養成在極度不良情況下這樣的開車習慣了。

  2. YS Liao

    Definitely using fog light instead of using the blinker.
    The truth is that little Taiwanese driver have enough knowledge to drive properly, that can also explain why you see the bad truck driver when going to sun moon lake.

  3. Yet Summer

    因為霧燈沒有警示燈清楚,警示燈會閃動,比較容易讓後面的人看到前面的車子,並無法規規定,純粹是開車習慣

  4. 鄒宗益

    剛才看到 砂石車對你 逼車一事 上新聞了。
    台灣砂石車很 蠻橫。
    是我 我會停他車頭 請他下車。要不就讓他直接把我車壓過。

  5. 平心氣合

    在山裡遇到霧氣時 有經驗的駕駛人 都會打著閃燈 以提醒前後來車 保持距離 以免發生突發狀況
    沒經驗的駕駛人 就不懂這沒明文規定的觀念!!
    而霧燈 台灣每台汽車都有配備的 但霧燈只朝對向照 而無法提醒後方 所以才一直閃著警示燈!!!

  6. Rock Man

    Wow! ! If it is foggy, sometimes you may encounter ghosts, maybe it is not solved by staying overnight, if you are in the mountains next time, I hope everything is careful

  7. 王辰佑

    Hi Naick and Kim , maybe it’s a little bit late to tell u that 鹿野高台 ( Kano hill ) in Taitung have hot air ballon from 7/11 to 8/30
    If the weather is good you can try to experience hot air ballon there !

  8. 孫清綉

    打閃光灯就是要後面開車人小心.並保持兩車的安全距離.閃灯有時是前面有車況發生時要提醒後車小心的意思、台灣之旅.希望誏你們留下美好的回憶、而你們也可以介紹你們比利時的風景.文化、故事誏台湾人認識交流.感恩分享.謝謝!

  9. 鄭景鴻

    About 30 years ago, vehicles in Taiwan did not have fog lights, but mountain roads in Taiwan were also prone to fogging. Therefore, people will turn on the flashing warning when the road conditions are not good. This is the habit of people over 55 years old. .

    The current traffic rules have been changed, and the timing of using the flash is when you encounter a dangerous situation (such as a car failure, road damage, front traffic jam, etc.), which is used to remind other drivers to respond carefully.

    However, Taiwan’s traffic promotion is not accurate, and the driver’s license test is too easy (basically you don’t need to understand all the regulations, but you can get a driver’s license). Some people are affected by the previous generation and continue this habit. I think changing this habit can only depend on the passing of time.

    Basically, when there is fog, turn on the fog lamp. If there is no fog lamp, just turn on the headlight.

  10. Logitec5h- 太鼓 & CS-KZ

    Very simple and kind clip makes me wanna cry…
    Thanks for @Naick & Kim.
    I think I should walk outside to see how beautiful Taiwan it is.

  11. Gotta Lin

    打雙黃燈是提醒後方車輛,路況不好小心慢行,而且黃燈的閃爍後方更容易注意到,並沒有相關的法規,但大家習慣了!一個相互提醒相互注意的概念

  12. Fred Miller

    As nice a diversion as always!… Have you trademarked the blue umbrella, yet? Just start. Maybe I brought this up before. Superman's got the "S." But anti-hero travelers with a sky-blue umbrella? Made in the shade!

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