Exploring UNIQUE Cave/Temple/Waterfall in TAIWAN – Yinhe Cave in New Taipei, Taiwan

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Exploring Yinhe Waterfall Cave Temple in New Taipei, City! Definitely check it out if you get the chance you won’t be disappointed!


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44 Replies to “Exploring UNIQUE Cave/Temple/Waterfall in TAIWAN – Yinhe Cave in New Taipei, Taiwan”

  1. Luke and Sabrina

    Thanks for watching our hike to Yinhe temple/cave/waterfall it was absolutely beautiful! Leave your suggestions for future videos in the comment box!

  2. Sue T

    Wow this looks awesome! Can't wait to visit this place! I also enjoy this channel as much as the original one as well. This channel is more personal and feels more intimate, also enjoy watching Sabrina next to you more.

  3. Anne Corey

    Very nice the country is very clean and beautiful very nice place for food and lots of nice stalls you both doing some climbing Very nice water fell love it all your video thank you for sharing Bless you all.

  4. Vince Lam

    Love this place. My friend and I did the same hike on our trip earlier this year, however we continued to hike down after we reached the Maokong Gondola station through Zhinan Temple all the way back down to Taipei Zoo Station. I think it took us a total of about 4.5-5 hours which included a stop at one of the teahouses near Maokong Gondola Station for lunch. This was probably the highlight of our trip.

  5. Donna Ting

    Really enjoy these nature walks, so scenic, can watch over and over again. Please do more of these nature exploring, historic sights videos. Love, love, love the waterfall view from inside the temple with all the ferns, greeneries, and flowers. The sound and the sight gave me such sense of serene feeling.

  6. Shih-Jay Cheng

    I was born in Taiwan and I did not know about this waterfall. I do have to admit that I did not travel much when I was a young but I have since changed all that with my work and my family travel plans. Everyone should explore this wonderful world of ours. Thank you for showing me this side of Taiwan. Do you think you can return to Canada after one year and return to "regular life" like you originally planned?

  7. Neda adventures

    I like your second channel 👌 The first is good too but this one is more personal. It's awsome that Sabrina is in this videos and not behind the camera all the time. You both make this videos worth watching. Keep the good work 👍😊

  8. Mir selion

    The waterfall and temple is beautiful! I even didn't know there's such beautiful place in New Taipei City!
    The MaoKong Gondola has two kinds of car, one is ordinary and another calls "crystal car" with a transparent floor.

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