Wulai is a mountainous district south of New Taipei City, in Taiwan. It’s known for its hot springs, including pools by the Nanshi River. The Wulai Atayal Museum traces the history of the area’s indigenous Atayal people. A cable car runs up to Wulai Waterfall, which tumbles over a craggy rock face. Nearby, Neidong Forest Recreation Area has a multitiered waterfall and trails through forest sheltering birds and frogs.