During the spring, various colours of cherry blossoms cover the island of Taiwan. Sun Moon Lake and Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village in Northern Taiwan are the biggest attractions with over 2,000 blossoming cherry trees.
In the evening you can see all the trees decorated with lights that create a special romantic atmosphere. In the southern part of the country—the Alishan Cherry Blossom Festival is the most popular. There are more than 19,000 blooming trees with most of them being Yoshino cherries. All in all, there are tonnes of activities to celebrate this unique beauty across Taiwan.