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The main population is the Bunun people of the Taiwanese aborigines.
History and culture
- 1 Wu-Lu Ancient Fort (霧鹿砲台), ☏ . An old fort that contains two old cannons left from the Japanese colonial period.
- 2 Bunun Cultural Museum (布農族文化館). a museum showcasing the history and culture of the Bunun indigeneous people. The museum establishment makes Haiduan the first indigenous township in Taiwan to construct a local museum. Outside the museum is a performance area for important Bunun tribal and cultural events.
Parks and nature
- 1 Chiaming Lake (嘉明湖). It is the second highest lake area in Taiwan; the lake surface is 120 meters long and 80 meters wide at an elevation of 3,310 meters. In Bunun language, Chiaming Lake is called "cidanuman buan", meaning "Mirror of the moon"; in Taiwan, it is traditionally referred as "Angel's teardrop" or, due to its deep blue color, "God's lost sapphire".
- 2 Lisong Hot Spring (栗松溫泉).
- 3 Wulu Gorge (霧鹿峽谷). A gorge carved by the Wulu river through the surrounding mountains.
- 1 Kaiana (蓋亞那工作坊), ☏ . 08:00-20:00. A small outdoor restaurant selling local specialities.
- 2 Red Roof Specialty House (紅瓦屋風味餐廳), ☏ . 11:30-20:00. A wide selection of local indigeneous fare.