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Recreational Tourism
What differs between a national park and an ordinary recreation area?
The purpose to establish a national park is to conserve natural and historical resources. Meanwhile, educational interpretation and tourism is one of the means used for conservation in the park. This is the fundamental difference between the two.
Points for attention in entrance to the Shei-Pa National Park?
1. Prior to the departure, it is necessary to inquire the condition of road, weather, and board and lodging.

2. Abide by all of the regulations posted on the signs in the park.

3. Inquire any situation in the park any time and obey the crew's instruction. Service phone number: 886-37-996100
The requirements and procedures to apply for Summit Certificate or Climbing Certificate?
1. Mountaineering climbers need to prepare photos taken when they reach the summit of Syue Mountain (with the note of the date) or when they climb Dabajian Mountain (with the note of the date). After ratifying them, the Headquarters will submit certificates.
2. Based on the principle of impartiality, the application of certificates can be traced back to those who can provide photos as proof after the time when the Headquarters was established, that is, after July 1, 1992. Based on the user-pay principle, each certificate is charged NT$300 (including a stamped envelop). Those who apply for certificates by post have to enclose a post office draft/money order (the payee should be: Employee's Benefit Committee of Shei-Pa National Park Headquarters) or a copy of the post office transfer payment (Transfer Account: 21867025). Those who apply in person pay in case first and wait for the Headquarters to submit certificates after ratification.
Last Update Date:2017-06-01
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