Nine Dragons Waterfall and Cloud Waterfall

GPS:
Parking: 23.352670, 120.640660
Waterfalls: 23.351760, 120.641950

Nine Dragons Waterfall  and Cloud Waterfall  are a pair of big waterfalls in Chiayi, Dapu Township (中文版:九龍瀑布).  They are located on 131, which is a small road between Dapu and Alishan, at the Jiuwanzai  It’s about a 15 minute walk to each waterfall.  There is a path with many stairs. 

  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25

Nine Dragons Waterfall  is the largest tier.  It’s got a big, round pool and it’s possible to walk behind the waterfall.  Mostly the water is chest deep, but be aware that there are a few deeper pockets scattered throughout the pool. 

  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25

Cloud Waterfall  is not far past Nine Dragons Waterfall waterfall, but the trail is steep and you have to cross over to the other side of the river.  At the bottom there is a small gazebo and some benches to relax on.

From here you can cross the pool and continue all the way to Jiuwanzai Waterfall (which can be seen from the trail) or head back up the stairs.  A complete circuit of the 4 major waterfalls in this area takes about 3 hours.

  • Jiuwanzai Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Jiuwanzai Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Cloud Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Nine Dragons Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Shuiliu East River Waterfall, 2020/8/25
  • Shuiliu East River Waterfall, 2020/8/25

九龍瀑布和雲仙瀑布
嘉義縣大埔 鄉
Nine Dragons Waterfall and Cloud Waterfall
Chiayi County, DapuTownship
GPS: 
Nine Dragons Waterfall: 23.35176, 120.64195
Cloud Waterfall: 23.35074, 120.64242
Parking:  23.35267, 120.64066

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The information on this page is for reference only. Your safety and following all the regulations in Taiwan are your own responsibility. For each outing, pay attention to the weather and do not go into the rivers after heavy rains or when there is a chance of heavy rain. Each person needs to prepare equipment and safety gear according to the conditions and their own abilities. Always look out for slippery surfaces, unstable ground, landslides and falling rocks. Be aware of the water depth, and be extra vigilant around fast flowing water. Be cautious you will have amazing adventures. Thank you for taking all your garbage out with you.