The Da Yang Shan Nature Reserve Park is a wild mountain flower sanctuary with clean fresh air that displays 8 Buddhist Temples and over 10 Pagoda’s from the Liao Dynasty from 916-1125, which has recently been discovered.
There are also many wildlife creatures you can observe such as many species of birds throughout the park, and in the autumn the leaves on the tress put on a show of truly vibrant colors covering the park.
You can strap on your backpacks and boots to explore the mountain and it’s natural landscape in a day of hiking. Walk along the trails of the ancestors and observe many of the Temples and statues throughout the reserve.
For fishing enthusiasts, you can also spend the day on the beach where there are ample spots to cast your fishing pole to catch brightly colored fish from a wide variety of fish species.
In the local villages you can experience the area's culture and learn of their fieldwork techniques. You can even get cooking tips from the local villagers and taste their homemade culinary foods. At the end of the day you can also arrange and enjoy your stay overnight in one of the many local houses that are available to tourists.