Wulai (pronounced as ulay) is a rural townships in southern Taipei County in north Taiwan (ROC). It sits near the border with Taipei and is famous for its hot springs. The name of the town derives from the Atayal phrase kirofu ulai meaning "hot and poisonous".
i've been there two times but still want to come back to see more of its beauty and to enjoy the nature(im a nature lover!!!)... it's a nice place to visit and worth the time hiking reaching the highest top of the mountain on the other side using its cable car or gondola not to mention the thousand bucks you got to spend visiting the place...allow me to share some of my photos .(click the pictures to enlarge)
a view from above inside gondola
taken from the entrance of the cable car