Thursday, October 18, 2012
National park drops triple-pricing plan
According to reports in the Chinese-language media, Yushan National Park has decided not to charge foreigners much more than locals for permits to hike Taiwan's highest mountain. It seems everyone will pay NT$480, regardless of nationality or country of residence. But there's still no confirmation when Paiyun Lodge may reopen.
Posted by Steven Crook... at 3:30 PM
Labels: mountains, national parks, updates
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