My grandparents are visiting Taiwan, and I’m looking for some places to take them that are suitable for elderly people. Grandpa’s 83 and Grandma’s a few years younger, but they are still quite healthy and “with it”. They’ve already seen enough temples and such, and I want to show them some of the natural beauty of Taiwan. My concern is that we go somewhere that doesn’t require too much walking to really enjoy it. My grandparents still go out for daily walks, but more than an hour or so would probably be too much.
Would Alishan be a good place? The train ride up sounds very scenic, but I’m not sure what to expect at the top. I guess there’s a bunch of hotels, but do you need to hike somewhere for the sunrise? Is there stuff to do other than see the sunrise?
Any other ideas?
Thanks in advance!