Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village-Cherry Blossom & Lavender Festival
Time: Feb. – Mar. (Cherry Blossoms) March (Lavender)
Location: Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village & Sun Moon Lake
Every year in early spring around February to March, Sun Moon Lake and Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village are embraced
by cherry blossoms in full bloom making the area having the most cherry blossoms in central Taiwan. The Cherry Blossom
Festival was held since 2001 with a series of events centered on the hundreds of cherry trees and over 2,000 cherry trees
in the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village. Also, during the cherry blossom festival period, lamplight is placed on each
of the cherry trees in Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village, creating a mesmerizing, romantic mesmerizing cherry blossom
veranda that always make visitors linger on.
Right after cherry blossom festival, lavender festival comes up next. Around March every year, more than 100,000 lavenders decorated Formosan Aboriginal Cultural Village in picturesque sceneries, leading visitors into a world of romance. There will also be concerts and performances during weekends of lavender festival for visitors to indulge in a world of charming ambience.