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Kinmen

 



【Kinmen】

law_kinmenRegulations and Principles of Protections and Utilization in Kinmen National Park

1. In addition to being controlled by the National Park Law and other implementation bylaws, the utilization of the resources and land within the scope of the plan for the Kinmen National Park shall be governed in accordance with the regulations of these below-mentioned governmental principles for the protection and utilization.
2. To meet resource conservation, tourists’ satisfaction, interpretation services and educational researches in the Kinmen National Park, the below-mentioned activities and facilities are allowed:
a. Facility installment for disasters precaution and salvage trees, old mansions and historic heritages as well as for maintenance of them. Propaganda and guidance facilities are also included.
b. Safety facilities along the hiking trails.
c. Educational and interpretational facilities for ecological, cultural and historic heritages.
d. Researching facilities for ecological, cultural and historic heritages.
e. Observation platforms shall be set up at visit-worthy locations.
f. Restorations of traditional buildings for new uses.
g. Facilities for environmental sanitation, landscape preservation or for management.
h. Other facilities relevant to environmental protection or management.
i. Other necessary public service facilities.
3. To preserve cultural and historic remnants and sites, the constructions and land uses in the conservation area shall be in accordance with the following:
a. The National Park Headquarter shall draw up plans at first for repair and rebuilding of cultural remnants and mementos along with the designated buildings of conservation. The plans shall only be implemented after the national park competent authorities’ approvals.
b. Logging and mining are strictly prohibited.
c. For all historic sites and remnants in the national park, textual research and records making shall be conducted and established. Any necessary renovation or repair of them shall be done in compliance with original construction materials and methods.
d. Carving unnecessary inscriptions or graphic marks are strictly forbidden on the historic heritage and relics.
e. Academic institutes could conduct archaeological researches under the permission of the National Park Headquarter, but shall not damage the cultural assets.
f. Other preservation and maintenance concerning ancient remains and articles that are not stipulated in the above-mentioned regulations should be in compliance with the relevant regulations of the Cultural Assets Preservation Law.
4. Installation of the specific scenery area aims to protect distinctive natural landscapes and special sites of important and memorable historic value. The resources, land utilization and buildings in the areas shall be conducted in accordance with related laws and regulations.
5. The utilization of recreation area shall be in accordance with the related regulations.
6. The existing land utilization pattern is allowed in the general restricted area if not against the objectives and principles of the national park plans. The utilization of the resources, lands and buildings in the national park shall be in accordance with the related regulations.
7. The land utilization of the military installations and barracks within the territory of the national park shall be in accordance with the Ministry of National Defense’s existing regulations and the National Park Law; if it is necessary for alteration or addition, the national park authorities shall give proper cooperation and assistance.
8. The scope, time and route of the viewing spots in military restricted areas should be consulted and decided with the supreme commanders headquarters. Exposition boards, viewing platforms, along with other necessary facilities may be set up at the viewing spots.






【Kinmen】

law_kinmenRegulations and Principles of Protections and Utilization in Kiemen National Park

1 In addition to being controlled by the National Park Law and other implementation bylaws, the utilization of the resources and land within the scope of the plan for the Kinmen National Park shall be governed in accordance with the regulations of these below-mentioned governmental principles for the protection and utilization.
2 To meet resource conservation, tourists’ satisfaction, interpretation services and educational researches in the Kinmen National Park, the below-mentioned activities and facilities are allowed:
a. Facility installment for disasters precaution and salvage trees, old mansions and historic heritages as well as for maintenance of them. Propaganda and guidance facilities are also included.
b. Safety facilities along the hiking trails.
c. Educational and interpretational facilities for ecological, cultural and historic heritages.
d. Researching facilities for ecological, cultural and historic heritages.
e. Observation platforms shall be set up at visit-worthy locations.
f. Restorations of traditional buildings for new uses.
g. Facilities for environmental sanitation, landscape preservation or for management.
h. Other facilities relevant to environmental protection or management.
i. Other necessary public service facilities.
3 To preserve cultural and historic remnants and sites, the constructions and land uses in the conservation area shall be in accordance with the following:
a. The National Park Headquarter shall draw up plans at first for repair and rebuilding of cultural remnants and mementos along with the designated buildings of conservation. The plans shall only be implemented after the national park competent authorities’ approvals.
b. Logging and mining are strictly prohibited.
c. For all historic sites and remnants in the national park, textual research and records making shall be conducted and established. Any necessary renovation or repair of them shall be done in compliance with original construction materials and methods.
d. Carving unnecessary inscriptions or graphic marks are strictly forbidden on the historic heritage and relics.
e. Academic institutes could conduct archaeological researches under the permission of the National Park Headquarter, but shall not damage the cultural assets.
f. Other preservation and maintenance concerning ancient remains and articles that are not stipulated in the above-mentioned regulations should be in compliance with the relevant regulations of the Cultural Assets Preservation Law.
4 Installation of the specific scenery area aims to protect distinctive natural landscapes and special sites of important and memorable historic value. The resources, land utilization and buildings in the areas shall be conducted in accordance with related laws and regulations.
5 The utilization of recreation area shall be in accordance with the related regulations.
6 The existing land utilization pattern is allowed in the general restricted area if not against the objectives and principles of the national park plans. The utilization of the resources, lands and buildings in the national park shall be in accordance with the related regulations.
7 The land utilization of the military installations and barracks within the territory of the national park shall be in accordance with the Ministry of National Defense’s existing regulations and the National Park Law; if it is necessary for alteration or addition, the national park authorities shall give proper cooperation and assistance.
8 The scope, time and route of the viewing spots in military restricted areas should be consulted and decided with the supreme commanders headquarters. Exposition boards, viewing platforms, along with other necessary facilities may be set up at the viewing spots.




Principles on Kinmen National Park’s Executing Crimes Violating National Park Law

1 In order to execute criminal sanctions that violate National Park Law, the Kinmen National Park Headquarters (hereafter called KNP) of Construction and Planning Agency, Ministry of Interior, has designated the Principles.
2 Slight violations of Principles will be admonished and corrected. Serious violations or the ignoring admonishments will be photographed as evidence and given alleged violation tickets for the person(s) involved to sign. The case will be submitted to and saved as record by Kinmen National Park Headquarters.
3 The person(s) involved shall pay the fine within 20 days after receiving the alleged violation ticket. A second notice will be issued if the ticket is not paid off; the person(s) involved shall pay the fine within 10 days after receiving the second notice.
4 For confiscated items due to alleged violation, refer to related laws.
5 For the penalty amount and related documentation, refer to appendix 1 to 3.

Shei-pa

The following activities are prohibited in Shei-Pa National Park:

  1. Capture, slaughter, collection, display, sale, shipment, and storage of animals, plants, minerals, their specimens, and process products protected by National Park Law and other related laws.
  2. Placing retail stalls or peddling itinerantly outside of the designated shopping area.
  3. Illegal fill, land grading, or spoil disposal.
  4. Installing altars or graves and hanging or placing road signs or other facilities that spoil the landscape.
  5. Activities that impede the tranquility of the environment or the safety of the public, such as clamoring, making noises, having parties, making campfires, cooking, using amplifiers, setting off fireworks, swimming, grass skiing, and playing remote-controlled toys outside of the designated area.
  6. Disposal of PET bottles, polystyrene, plastic or mental products, and other hard-to-rot wastes in the non-designated area.
  7. Carrying hunting guns, ropes, nets, clips, cages, batteries, poisons, and other implements that capture, hunt, harm, or poison wildlife into the park.
  8. Setting traps or entrapping wildlife.
  9. Approaching Cijiawan River without permission.

Taroko

 


 

law_taroko 【Taroko】

Without prior approval, the following deeds are prohibited within the premises of Taroko National Park

  1. Display, sell, transport or store animals, plants or ores or specimens/products thereof that by law may not be caught or gathered.
  2. Enter the park with guns, ropes, nets, clamps, cages, electric bottles, poisons and any other hunting devices that are capable of catching, killing, injuring or intoxicating wild lives.
  3. Set up retail stands or solicit business around without approval.
  4. Fill and level up the ground or dump debris.
  5. Set up sacrificial areas, monuments, tombs, or hang or establish road signs or other facilities that disturb the landscape.
  6. Makes noises or hold campfire meetings or engage in other activities such as cookouts, barbeques, grass sliding, swimming, rock-climbing and camping outside of the designated areas.
  7. Outside of the designated areas throw away polyfoam, styrofoam, plastic products, metal products, and other objects and garbage that do not decompose naturally.
  8. Set off firecrackers, fireworks and other objects that may jeopardize public safety.
  9. Unauthorized parking that disturbs traffic flows.
  10. Damage public properties or facilities.
  11. Evade paying or refuse to pay the required admission charge.
  12. Release or abandon animals.

 


Restrictions

Main Contents

Fine Amounts (NT Dollars)

First Offense

Second Offense

Third Offense and over

1. Display, sell, transport or store animals, plants or ores or specimens/products thereof that by law may not be caught or gathered.

3000

6000

15000

2.Enter the park with guns, ropes, nets, clamps, cages, electric bottles, poisons and any other hunting devices that are capable of catching, killing, injuring or intoxicating wild lives.

3000

6000

15000

3.Set up retail stands or solicit business around without approval.

3000

6000

15000

4.Fill and level up the ground or dump debris.

3000

6000

15000

5.Set up sacrificial areas, monuments, tombs, or hang or establish road signs or other facilities that disturb the landscape.

1500

3000

15000

6.Makes noises or hold campfire meetings or engage in other activities such as cookouts, barbeques, grass sliding, swimming, rock-climbing and camping outside of the designated areas.

1500

3000

15000

7.Outside of the designated areas throw away polyfoam, styrofoam, plastic products, metal products, and other objects and garbage that do not decompose naturally.

1500

3000

15000

8.Set off firecrackers, fireworks and other objects that may jeopardize public safety.

1500

3000

15000

9.Unauthorized parking that disturbs traffic flows.

600

1200

2400

10.Damage public properties or facilities.

3000

6000

15000

11.Evade paying or refuse to pay the required admission charge.

1500

3000

15000

12.Release or abandon animals.

3000

6000

15000




Conservation and resource utilization regulations of Taroko National Park

1 Expect for the National Park Law and its enforcement rules, all the resources and land uses should be regulated by these regulations for conservation.
2

Once approved by the administration of National Park Headquarter, some facilities should be set up in the park for reasons of resource preservation, tourist security, and educational studies. The facilities are listed as follows

  1. Watchtowers and some relevant facilities for preventing fire in the forest.
  2. Security facilities during hiking trails for safety consideration.
  3. Instructional facilities for education and studies of ecological and cultural landscapes.
  4. Simple lodging and water supply for hikers.
  5. Waste treatment facilities for keeping the environment clean.
  6. Other protection facilities, public service facilities and other public facilities to maintain the environment.
3

The ecological protected area aims to protect the society of nature and its breeding ground. The use of this area should be abided by the following rules

  1. Permission to enter the preservation area should be approved by the administration of the National Park. After application approved, entrance is allowed.
  2. Except for some necessary conservation facilities approved by the administration of the National Park, other constructions like buildings or roads are forbidden.
  3. Except for some necessary preservation facilities approved by t the administration of the National Park, any behavior of damaging original landform or features is not allowed.
  4. Except for some necessary treatment of deficient woods for preventing wind damage or blight, any behavior like deforesting or changing forest appearance is prohibited.
  5. For the need in the conservation education and studies, animal and plant reserves should be marked out along with guardhouses.
4 Landscape protected areas are made for preserving unique natural landscapes. The resources, land uses, and buildings should be regulated by the original rules.
5 The land in the heritage area is primarily used for preserving significant prehistoric sites, historic cultural sites, and valuable antiques. Its use of the buildings and land should be kept up with the original rules.
6 Recreation areas are properly meant for field amusement activities. Accordingly, the approved areas for recreation and for development should be abided by the enforcement rules of initial regulations.
7 Limited use areas in the national park do not belong to other four sections. If not violating the future plans and programs of the national park, the use of the original land can be permitted.
8 The use of military facilities and camp land in the national park is abided by the National Park Law and current regulations by the Ministry of National Defense. If there’s a need for facilities to be changed or equipped, the administration authorities of national park and Ministry of Defense will go on for a consultation.
9 The forest management in the national park should be abide by the details of the initial regulations.
10 The management of the mining industry in the national park should be complied with the “Mining Law”, “National Park Law”, and “Principles of Mining Cases in the National Park”.
11 Guest houses are delimited in the recreation areas and limited use areas. Their management should be complied with “Regulations for the Management of Home Stay Facilities”.



Yangmingshan

 


 

【Yangmingshan】

law_yangmiThe followings are temporary regulations for requesting The Simple Sign Installation in Yangmingshan National Park

1. The Simple Sign Installation Regulations, which was regulated by Yangmingshan National Park Management Office, were mainly considered to protect both local views and ecological environment. The temporary regulations set the management principle for The Simple Sign Installation. The temporary regulations are legitimate as the released date of the regulation.
2. All government units and private organization, institutions, school or companies are in compliance with this regulation; All sign posted in the Park should apply for The Simple Sign Installation permit.
3. All signs, flags and accepted election flags and billboards, traffic signs or government propaganda signs which are not produced by the management office should apply for the permit. All signs should be installed after the receiving permit.
4. The signs should not distract the public and traffic safety, landscape in the Park and emergency escape of fire. Also, signs should follow the original legislation in region, location and content.
5. All buildings in the Park should apply a name sign, no more then One meter square, of the building. The sign should either located on the entrance parapet or near the entrance door on the ground level. The sign should not have lighting system.
6. Farmers should harvest flowers, vegetable and fruits with valid permit from specified farmers' association. All harvesting farmland and orchard should apply a temporary movable sign from the management office. Signs should be posted in front of the farmland, and removed at the end of harvest. Signs should standardized by the management office.
7. The installer or applicant should be responsible for safety and tidy environment. The office should ask for correction with a period of time; the office should remove the sign(s) when the given time is ended.
8. In the temporary sign regulation, all signs are valid for Two years. Applicant should remove the sign or re-new the permit Three months before the permit is invalid. All signs should not change in forms, materials or relocated without permission from the management office.
9. The Simple Sign should apply at Yangmingshan Management Office. Applicant should have all required documents and forms.
10. In representing the characteristics of the Park, the simple sign could be apply with six to eight applicants. Applicant must be located in the main intersections or congregation places either in side or nearby the park. The signs could be designed or guided by the management office.
11. All signs, flags or billboard with no permission, according to the National Park Legislation No.14, should be fined and removed when the temporary regulation is legitimated.
12. The management office could change, add or remove regulations after this temporary regulation is legitimated.

 


Restriction and penalty chart by Yangmingshan National Park of the Ministry of Construction and Planning Agency, Ministry of Interior

Restricted activities and items

Amount of penalty (NT$)

First time

Second time

Third time and above

Remark

1.According to the law of National Park, displaying, selling, carrying or keeping animals, plans, crystals, specimen and any kind of remade products are restricted.

3000

6000

15000

 
2.No fixed or mobile vending booth outside the designated vending areas in the national park.

1500

3000

15000

 
3.God worshiping device, tomb or any other landscape-destroying facility is prohibited.

1500

3000

15000

 
4.Do not hang flags, grass-skate, light torches, candles or other inflammables. No remote-controlled operations allowed, such as wired toy, kite, hang gliding, paragliding, and other activities that would impede the ecological environments or public security.

1500

3000

15000

 
5.Do not camping, campfire party, tie hammock, swimming, set fire, barbeque, bicycle riding, burn papers and dumping junk materials outside the assigned area.

1500

3000

15000

 
6.Do not destroy any public properties and facilities of the use of public security and benefits.

3000

6000

15000

 
7.No freeing captured animals, abandoning pets or feeding wild animals in the national park.

3000

6000

15000

 
8.No admittance for entering any unopened and dangerous areas, except for academic researches.

1500

3000

15000

 

Yushan




【Yushan】

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The prohibited activities in the Yushan National Park

  1. No selling and displaying animals, plants, and their specimen that are protected by National Park Law and relevant regulations.
  2. No collecting, selling, and displaying stalagmite, fossils, rock crystal, stalactite, and other peculiar stones and their specimen and processed products that are prohibited by law.
  3. Setting up stores outside the designated areas for shops and commissary or pedding around.
  4. In possession of hunting riffles, nets, traps, cages, electric bottles, and poisonous substance which are sufficient to hunt down and kill the wild animals in the national park.
  5. Hanging, placing road signs and bars, copper and iron boards at distinctive places along the road path.
  6. Setting off firecrackers and fireworks, burning ghost money and setting up memorial stones, plaques, altars and other worshipping facilities are prohibited.
  7. Areas outside the designated trails are not allowed to enter.
  8. Camping beyond the designated sites, cooking without utensils, setting fires, making noise, and holding campfire activities are prohibited.
  9. Discarding plastic bottles, Styrofoam products, plastic products, metal products and other imperishable products and wastes are prohibited.
  10. Damaging any public property and facilities built for public safety and interests.
  11. Feeding wild animals is prohibited except for approved academic research as needed.
  12. Releasing captured animals and abandoning domestic animals are prohibited.



Governing Principles of Protection and Utilization of Yushan National Park

  1. Except those to be governed under National Park Law and Enforcement Rules of National Park Law, the utilization of the resources and land within the Yushan National Park shall be governed by this Governing Principle of Protection and Utilization.
  2. Within the area of Yushan National Park, the below facilities could only be set up for the need of resource protection, safety maintenance and educational research after the permission from the Yushan National Park Headquarter.
    (1) Precaution facilities against forest fire, such as observatories, firebreaks and protective facilities for fire control.
    (2) Safety facilities along trails for keeping the safety while hiking and mountain climbing.
    (3) Educational and interpretative facilities regarding ecological and cultural resources.
    (4) Researching facilities for ecological and cultural studies.
    (5) Installation of observatories in the good-viewing spots.
    (6) Simple accommodations and water supply facilities for mountain hikers or climbers.
    (7) Waster processing facilities for environmental sanitation and maintenance.
    (8) Necessary facilities for environmental protection and management.
    (9) Telecommunication apparatus, such as radio and cell phone network.
    (10) Other necessary facilities for public services and utility.
  3. For the purpose of protecting the natural biotic communities and breeding grounds in the ecological protected area, the utilization of the resources, land and buildings within this area shall be governed by the following regulations,
    (1)Applying for and obtaining permission from the Headquarter to enter the restricted areas. Except for academic researchers and management staffs, visitors are prohibited detouring off the trails and scenic areas without permission.
    (2) It requires permission from the Headquarter before repairing, rebuilding or reconstructing original buildings or constructive facilities within the ecological protected areas. Constructing any building, road, bridge or any other constructive facility within this area is prohibited except for conservational activities approved by the Headquarter.
    (3) Lumbering and changing the appearance of the forest is prohibited except for the necessary measures to maintain the nature scenery against natural disease and plague of vermin.
    (4) Marking out the areas for protecting specific animals or plants is a must and establishing a controlling station is also needed to prohibiting visitors from conducting any actions.
  4. For maintaining distinctive natural scenes, the utilizations of the resources, land and buildings within this area shall be governed by following regulations,(1) Visitors are not allowed to detour off the trails or special scenic areas without the permission except for the ecological researchers and management staffs.
    (2) Repairing, rebuilding or reconstructing of original buildings or constructive facilities within the ecological protected area shall draw the permission from Headquarter beforehand. Constructing any building, road, bridge or any other constructive facility within this area is prohibited except for conservational constructions permitted by the Headquarter.
    (3)Altering original landforms and surface features, and tapping or moving any rocks are prohibited.
    (4) Lumbering and changing the appearance of the forest are prohibited, except for the necessary measures to maintain the nature scene against natural disease and plague of vermin.
  5. The historical preservation area is set up for preserving important prehistoric relics, historical sites of cultural remains and the valued ancient objects. The utilization of buildings and land should be governed by original enactment.
  6. The utilization of buildings and land within recreational area must be based on the relevant regulations.
  7. General restricted area (Existing Use Area) refers to the land within national park boundaries but not categorized as other four types of lands. Without violating national park plans and policies, the original utilization of lands in the national park is allowed. The utilization of resources, land and buildings must be based on the original laws and regulations.
  8. The operation and management of mining industry within this area shall be in accordance with National Park Law, Mining Act, and the criteria of dealing with mining cases in the National Park.
  9. Private residence houses within the recreation area, rural land used for construction within the general restricted area (Existing Use Area), owner-occupied residence houses or cottages within agricultural land can be applied for home-stay business in accordance with the Regulations for the Management of Home Stay Facilities.
  10. Agricultural land and forestry land within general restricted area (Existing Use Area) can be applied for leisure farming business in accordance with the Recreational Agriculture Guidance and Management Regulations. The agricultural management is only taken for an experimental setting and regulated by the National Park Plan.

Kenting

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【Kenting National Park Law】

Post from Restrictions within the Premises of Kending National Park No selling or displaying animals, plants, and their specimens that are protected by Naitonal Park Law or other relevant laws. No storing, selling, displaying stalagmites, stalactites, fossils, shell sands, coral reefs, or other unique rocks as well as their specimens and processed products. No retail stands or vendors in the non-approved area within the National Park’s recreation areas. No pasturing outside the general restricted areas or within the 20-meter areas along main roads. No transportation containers, trailers, vendor stands or other similar constructions that destroy the landscapes in the national park heavily. No beach motoring, sand skiing or riding, driving on all-terrain vehicle like Land Rovers. No climbing on Mt. Dajian, Cingwashih, and Chuanfan Rock in the park. No setting off fireworks in the national park (except for the local endemic customs and religious rituals during Chinese New Year’s Eve, and the first day to the fifth day of the lunar new year, Lantern Festival, Tomb Sweeping Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Summer Ghost Festival, and Moon Festival). No barbecuing and no trespassing the guard rails in the Chuhuo Natural Fire Special Scenic Area in the national park. No casting any ray of light, flying sky lanterns in the national park. No camping, barbecuing, making up campfire outside of the campgrounds in the recreation areas.


Post from Restrictions within the Premises of Kending National Park

  1. No selling or displaying animals, plants, and their specimens that are protected by Naitonal Park Law or other relevant laws.
  2. No storing, selling, displaying stalagmites, stalactites, fossils, shell sands, coral reefs, or other unique rocks as well as their specimens and processed products.
  3. No retail stands or vendors in the non-approved area within the National Park’s recreation areas.
  4. No pasturing outside the general restricted areas or within the 20-meter areas along main roads.
  5. No transportation containers, trailers, vendor stands or other similar constructions that destroy the landscapes in the national park heavily.
  6. No beach motoring, sand skiing or riding, driving on all-terrain vehicle like Land Rovers.
  7. No climbing on Mt. Dajian, Cingwashih, and Chuanfan Rock in the park.
  8. No setting off fireworks in the national park (except for the local endemic customs and religious rituals during Chinese New Year’s Eve, and the first day to the fifth day of the lunar new year, Lantern Festival, Tomb Sweeping Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Summer Ghost Festival, and Moon Festival).
  9. No barbecuing and no trespassing the guard rails in the Chuhuo Natural Fire Special Scenic Area in the national park.
  10. No casting any ray of light, flying sky lanterns in the national park. No camping, barbecuing, making up campfire outside of the campgrounds in the recreation areas.

Restrictions

(Fined in NT$)

Violations

First Offense

Second Offense

Third Offence and Over

General Restrictions
1.No water sports or recreation activities allowed outside the permissible areas or sailing courses.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

2.No water recreation that are not approved

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

3. No recreational activities within aquatic areas allowed during impermissible hours.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

4. Destroying natural landscapes during activities is prohibited within aquatic areas.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

5. No shooting fish with spear guns and no catching marine creatures when doing water recreation activities.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

6. No taking drugs, psychedelics or restricted medicine when doing water recreation activities.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

7. No exceeding tourist capacity allowed when dong the water recreation activities. (The permissible tourist capacity is controlled and entrusted by private proprietor, not by tourists themselves)

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

8. No contacting unauthorized proprietors who offer water recreation activities.

3000

9000

15000

Restrictions for proprietors
1.Unauthorized proprietors must not offer during water recreation activities in the aquatic areas governed by the national park.

5000

10000

15000

2. Any proprietor who doesn’t allocate qualified lifeguards or life-saving appliances must not provide any water recreation activities.

5000

10000

15000

Restrictions during riding water motorcycles
1. Riding water motorcycle without obeying the sailing regulations is prohibited.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

2.Visitors must not be accompanied by unqualified coaches. No accelerating while approaching the beach. Must turn off the engines when approaching the beach with less than 90-cm water depth. No visitor under 18 is allowed to ride the water motorcycle alone. No visitor over 10 and under 18 is allowed to ride the water motorcycle without the permission certificate from parents regarding coach’s accompanying.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

3. No visitors allowed to riding water motorcycles without accepting security education.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

4. No riding the water motorcycle without the helmet and life-vests attached with the whistle in accordance with related regulations.

3000

9000

15000

Restrictions during diving
1. No scuba diving allowed for those who don’t have diving licenses or the approvals of diving capability.

5000

10000

15000

2. No diving allowed in the places of no marked flags and buoys.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

3. No diving allowed without being accompanied by the qualified coach or by the one who is familiar with the water area.

T 3000

P 5000

T 9000

P 10000

T 15000

P 15000

4. No scuba diving allowed without being accompanied by qualified coaches. That over 8 visitors for snorkeling with one instructor is prohibited each time.

5000

10000

15000

5. Any one who doesn’t have the authorized license is not allowed to accompany visitors for snorkeling. That over10 visitors for snorkeling with one instructor is prohibited each time.

5000

10000

15000

6. The diving proprietor must not let those who don’t have qualified diving licenses to go diving themselves.

5000

10000

15000

7. The diving proprietor or coach must tell visitors about the diving notices they should know before diving, and must not indulge those visitors who don’t obey the regulations.

5000

10000

15000

 

National Park Law




 【National Park Law】published on 1972-06-13
Article 1: Be it enacted for the purpose of preserving the nation's unique natural scenery, wild fauna and flora and historic sites and providing public recreation and areas for scientific research, that is hereby created the National Park Law.
Article 2: The administration of national parks shall be subjected this law. The provisions of other laws shall be applicable to those issues/ subjects not covered by this law.
Article 3: The Ministry of Interior is the responsible authority for national parks.
Article 4: The Ministry of Interior may establish a National Planning Commission to designate, alter or abolish areas for national parks. The Commission may review national park management plans. The members of the Commission shall not be paid for their duties.
Article 5: Headquarters shall be established at each national park. General rules of administration shall be enacted for all national parks.
Article 6:

The criteria for the selection of national parks shall be as follows:

  1. Areas representing the natural heritage of the nation, including unique natural scenery, landscapes, landform, fossils, living fossils, and fauna and flora in naturally evolving communities;
  2. Areas of educational significance for the perception of nature and important prehistoric and historic sites and their surroundings which require long-term preservation by the nation;
  3. Areas possessing outdoor recreation resources and unique scenery, which are of easily accessible for public use.
Article 7: All decisions pertaining to the establishment and abolition of national parks and the declaration and alteration of their boundaries shall be submitted by the Ministry of Interior to Executive Yuan for approval. These decisions shall be subject to public notice.
Article 8:

Major terms in this law are defined as follows:

  1. "Wildlife" refers to the fauna and flora naturally growing in an area without any artificial feeding, raising or cultivation and which constitute a major component of the natural scenery.
  2. "National Park plan" refers to a comprehensive management plan prepare to guide the administration in the protection, utilization and development of the whole national park area.
  3. "National Park concession" refers to the operations that provide necessary and appropriate visitor support for recreation and tourism and which adequately protect the park's resources.
  4. "Existing use area" refers to the land and water with in the national park which does not belong to the other management zones and which includes existing towns and other land uses that may be allowed to continue to exist.
  5. "Recreation area" refers to the area in which recreation facilities and limited resource uses shall be permitted.
  6. "Culture/historic area" refers to the area that is designated for the preservation of important prehistoric sites and monuments of historic value.
  7. "Scenic area" refers to the area possessing significant natural features that cannot be restored by man and shall be strictly protected from development.
  8. "Ecological protected area" refers to the area where the natural biotic communities shall be stringently protected from development and shall be used only for scientific research.
Article 9: Within the boundaries of the national park, public land necessary for the execution of the national park plan may be appropriated in accordance with the law. Private land within the park may continue in its present use if it is used in accordance with the Nation Park plan. Private land may be appropriated in accordance with the law to achieve the execution of the Nation Park plan.
Article 10: The Ministry of Interior or its designated agency, for the purpose of investigating the national park area or altering the national park plan, may assign qualified individuals to enter private and public land to conduct studies and survey. Prior notification of this entry must be given to the landowner. Damage to crops, trees, bamboo or other structures that belong to the landowner and are caused by this entry shall be compensated. The mount of compensation shall be based on an agreement by both parties or arbitrate by a superior authority.
Article 11: The Ministry of Interior shall regulate the national park concessions in accordance with the National Park plan. The responsible authority of the national park shall regulate concessions. When necessary, the concessions may be invested in and operated by the local government, quasi-public corporation or other public or private group after the approval of the national park authority and under the supervision of the national park headquarters.
Article 12: In accordance with the existing land use and the characteristics of the resources, a national park may be divided into the following zones for management:
  1. Existing use area
  2. Recreation area
  3. Cultural/historic area
  4. Scenic area
  5. Ecological protected area
Article 13:

The following activities shall be prohibited within the national parks:

  1. Burning of vegetation or setting fires to clear land;
  2. Hunting animals or catching fish;
    (1) Polluting water or air;
    (2) Picking or removing flower or any other vegetation;
    (3) Engraving, sketching or defacing trees, bark, stone or signs;
    (4) Littering of fruit skins, paper or any other materials;
    (5) Driving outside of designated areas;
    (6) Any conduct prohibited by the national park authorities.
Article 14:

Within existing use areas or recreation areas, the following activities may be allowedafter obtaining permission from the national park headquarters:

  1. Building or demolishing public or private structures, roads, or bridges;
  2. Filling, draining, altering or expanding the water surface or waterway;
  3. Prospecting or exploring for minerals, earth or gravel;
  4. Land clearing and farming;
  5. Fishing or livestock grazing;
  6. Constructing aerial cable systems;
  7. Making use of water and hot springs;
  8. Advertising or erecting signboards or similar objects;
  9. Expanding, increasing or altering equipment in existing factories;
  10. Any permission given under the above sections which effects a large area or is of particular importance shall be submitted by the National Park Headquarters to the Ministry of Interior for approval. The Ministry of Interior shall deliberate and make decisions together with other authorities concerned.
Article 15:

Within cultural/historic areas, the following activities shall be subject to prior permission from the Ministry of Interior:

  1. Repairing artifacts or historic monument;
  2. Repairing or reconstructing buildings;
  3. Making artificial alterations to original landscapes or landforms.
Article 16: Within cultural/historic areas, scenic areas, ecological protected areas, the following activities shall be permitted to meet specific needs after approval by the National Park Headquarters.
Article 17:

Within scenic areas and ecological protection areas, the following activities shall be permitted to meet specific needs after approval by the National Park Headquarters:

  1. Introducing exotic animals or plants;
  2. Collecting specimens;
  3. Using pesticides and herbicides.
Article 18: Ecological protection areas shall be established preferably on public land. Within these areas, the collection of specimens, the use of pesticides and herbicides or the construction of man-made facilities shall be prohibited. However, exceptions may be granted with the permission of the Ministry of Interior for the special needs of scientific research, public safety and park management.
Article 19: Entrance to ecological protection areas may be allowed only after obtaining a permit from the national park headquarters.
Article 20: The decision to allow the use of water resources or mining with scenic areas or ecological protection areas shall be deliberated by the National Park Planning Commission and the submitted by the Ministry of the Interior to the Executive Yuan for approval.
Article 21: Academic institutes may engage in scientific research in the national parks. They must first send their research proposals to the national park headquarters for approval.
Article 22: To promote the educational value of the national parks, the National Parks Headquarters shall employ professional park interpreters to serve visitors and to provide other necessary and appropriate interpretive services.
Article 23: The operating budget of the national parks shall be borne by the National Treasury upon implementation by a public agency. The cost of park concessions shall be borne by the operator in the case of quasi-corporations or other private or public groups. The national park operating budget shall be deliberated by the National Park Planning Commission and then submitted by the Ministry of Interior to Executive Yuan for approval. The Ministry of Interior may accept donations of funds or lands from individuals or groups for the purpose of developing the national parks.
Article 24: Any person who violates Section (1) of Article 13 shall be subject to a fine of up to 1000 yuan (US $75), and/or term of imprisonment of up to six months.
Article 25: Any person who violates Section (2) or (3) of Article 13, Section (1) through (4), (6), and (9) of Article 14 and any section of Articles 16, 17, and 18, shall be punished with a fine of not more than 1000 yuan, or if the circumstances of the offense are so intense as to cause serious damage to the environment, he or she shall be punished with imprisonment of not more than one year.
Article 26: Any person who violates Section (4) through (8) of Article 13, Section (5) (5), (7), (8), and (10) of Article 14 or any section of Article 19, shall be punished with a fine of not more than 1000 yuan.
Article 27: Any person who violates any provision of this law and is punished in accordance e\with Article 24 through 26, must restore the damaged area to its original state. If restoration of the area is impossible, or if doing so is extremely difficult, they shall be bound to pay compensatory damages to the national park.
If a person has obligated to restore a damaged area in accordance with the above said but does not do so, the National Park Headquarter may restore the area or instruct a third party to do so, at the cost of the offender.
Article 28: The area in which this law shall be effective shall be determined by the Executive Yuan.
Article 29: The regulations governing the enforcement of this law shall be formulated by the Ministry of Interior and shall be submitted to Executive Yuan for approval.
Article 30: This law shall become effective upon promulgation


【National Park Law】


 【National Park Law】 published on 1972-06-13
Article 1: Be it enacted for the purpose of preserving the nation's unique natural scenery, wild fauna and flora and historic sites and providing public recreation and areas for scientific research, that is hereby created the National Park Law.
Article 2: The administration of national parks shall be subjected this law. The provisions of other laws shall be applicable to those issues/ subjects not covered by this law.
Article 3: The Ministry of Interior is the responsible authority for national parks.
Article 4: The Ministry of Interior may establish a National Planning Commission to designate, alter or abolish areas for national parks. The Commission may review national park management plans. The members of the Commission shall not be paid for their duties.
Article 5: Headquarters shall be established at each national park. General rules of administration shall be enacted for all national parks.
Article 6:

The criteria for the selection of national parks shall be as follows:

  1. Areas representing the natural heritage of the nation, including unique natural scenery, landscapes, landform, fossils, living fossils, and fauna and flora in naturally evolving communities;
  2. Areas of educational significance for the perception of nature and important prehistoric and historic sites and their surroundings which require long-term preservation by the nation;
  3. Areas possessing outdoor recreation resources and unique scenery, which are of easily accessible for public use.
Article 7: All decisions pertaining to the establishment and abolition of national parks and the declaration and alteration of their boundaries shall be submitted by the Ministry of Interior to Executive Yuan for approval. These decisions shall be subject to public notice.
Article 8:

Major terms in this law are defined as follows:

  1. "Wildlife" refers to the fauna and flora naturally growing in an area without any artificial feeding, raising or cultivation and which constitute a major component of the natural scenery.
  2. "National Park plan" refers to a comprehensive management plan prepare to guide the administration in the protection, utilization and development of the whole national park area.
  3. "National Park concession" refers to the operations that provide necessary and appropriate visitor support for recreation and tourism and which adequately protect the park's resources.
  4. "Existing use area" refers to the land and water with in the national park which does not belong to the other management zones and which includes existing towns and other land uses that may be allowed to continue to exist.
  5. "Recreation area" refers to the area in which recreation facilities and limited resource uses shall be permitted.
  6. "Culture/historic area" refers to the area that is designated for the preservation of important prehistoric sites and monuments of historic value.
  7. "Scenic area" refers to the area possessing significant natural features that cannot be restored by man and shall be strictly protected from development.
  8. "Ecological protected area" refers to the area where the natural biotic communities shall be stringently protected from development and shall be used only for scientific research.
Article 9: Within the boundaries of the national park, public land necessary for the execution of the national park plan may be appropriated in accordance with the law. Private land within the park may continue in its present use if it is used in accordance with the Nation Park plan. Private land may be appropriated in accordance with the law to achieve the execution of the Nation Park plan.
Article 10: The Ministry of Interior or its designated agency, for the purpose of investigating the national park area or altering the national park plan, may assign qualified individuals to enter private and public land to conduct studies and survey. Prior notification of this entry must be given to the landowner. Damage to crops, trees, bamboo or other structures that belong to the landowner and are caused by this entry shall be compensated. The mount of compensation shall be based on an agreement by both parties or arbitrate by a superior authority.
Article 11: The Ministry of Interior shall regulate the national park concessions in accordance with the National Park plan. The responsible authority of the national park shall regulate concessions. When necessary, the concessions may be invested in and operated by the local government, quasi-public corporation or other public or private group after the approval of the national park authority and under the supervision of the national park headquarters.
Article 12: In accordance with the existing land use and the characteristics of the resources, a national park may be divided into the following zones for management:
  1. Existing use area
  2. Recreation area
  3. Cultural/historic area
  4. Scenic area
  5. Ecological protected area
Article 13:

The following activities shall be prohibited within the national parks:

  1. Burning of vegetation or setting fires to clear land;
  2. Hunting animals or catching fish;
    (1) Polluting water or air;
    (2) Picking or removing flower or any other vegetation;
    (3) Engraving, sketching or defacing trees, bark, stone or signs;
    (4) Littering of fruit skins, paper or any other materials;
    (5) Driving outside of designated areas;
    (6) Any conduct prohibited by the national park authorities.
Article 14:

Within existing use areas or recreation areas, the following activities may be allowedafter obtaining permission from the national park headquarters:

  1. Building or demolishing public or private structures, roads, or bridges;
  2. Filling, draining, altering or expanding the water surface or waterway;
  3. Prospecting or exploring for minerals, earth or gravel;
  4. Land clearing and farming;
  5. Fishing or livestock grazing;
  6. Constructing aerial cable systems;
  7. Making use of water and hot springs;
  8. Advertising or erecting signboards or similar objects;
  9. Expanding, increasing or altering equipment in existing factories;
  10. Any permission given under the above sections which effects a large area or is of particular importance shall be submitted by the National Park Headquarters to the Ministry of Interior for approval. The Ministry of Interior shall deliberate and make decisions together with other authorities concerned.
Article 15:

Within cultural/historic areas, the following activities shall be subject to prior permission from the Ministry of Interior:

  1. Repairing artifacts or historic monument;
  2. Repairing or reconstructing buildings;
  3. Making artificial alterations to original landscapes or landforms.
Article 16: Within cultural/historic areas, scenic areas, ecological protected areas, the following activities shall be permitted to meet specific needs after approval by the National Park Headquarters.
Article 17:

Within scenic areas and ecological protection areas, the following activities shall be permitted to meet specific needs after approval by the National Park Headquarters:

  1. Introducing exotic animals or plants;
  2. Collecting specimens;
  3. Using pesticides and herbicides.
Article 18: Ecological protection areas shall be established preferably on public land. Within these areas, the collection of specimens, the use of pesticides and herbicides or the construction of man-made facilities shall be prohibited. However, exceptions may be granted with the permission of the Ministry of Interior for the special needs of scientific research, public safety and park management.
Article 19: Entrance to ecological protection areas may be allowed only after obtaining a permit from the national park headquarters.
Article 20: The decision to allow the use of water resources or mining with scenic areas or ecological protection areas shall be deliberated by the National Park Planning Commission and the submitted by the Ministry of the Interior to the Executive Yuan for approval.
Article 21: Academic institutes may engage in scientific research in the national parks. They must first send their research proposals to the national park headquarters for approval.
Article 22: To promote the educational value of the national parks, the National Parks Headquarters shall employ professional park interpreters to serve visitors and to provide other necessary and appropriate interpretive services.
Article 23: The operating budget of the national parks shall be borne by the National Treasury upon implementation by a public agency. The cost of park concessions shall be borne by the operator in the case of quasi-corporations or other private or public groups. The national park operating budget shall be deliberated by the National Park Planning Commission and then submitted by the Ministry of Interior to Executive Yuan for approval. The Ministry of Interior may accept donations of funds or lands from individuals or groups for the purpose of developing the national parks.
Article 24: Any person who violates Section (1) of Article 13 shall be subject to a fine of up to 1000 yuan (US $75), and/or term of imprisonment of up to six months.
Article 25: Any person who violates Section (2) or (3) of Article 13, Section (1) through (4), (6), and (9) of Article 14 and any section of Articles 16, 17, and 18, shall be punished with a fine of not more than 1000 yuan, or if the circumstances of the offense are so intense as to cause serious damage to the environment, he or she shall be punished with imprisonment of not more than one year.
Article 26: Any person who violates Section (4) through (8) of Article 13, Section (5) (5), (7), (8), and (10) of Article 14 or any section of Article 19, shall be punished with a fine of not more than 1000 yuan.
Article 27: Any person who violates any provision of this law and is punished in accordance e\with Article 24 through 26, must restore the damaged area to its original state. If restoration of the area is impossible, or if doing so is extremely difficult, they shall be bound to pay compensatory damages to the national park.
If a person has obligated to restore a damaged area in accordance with the above said but does not do so, the National Park Headquarter may restore the area or instruct a third party to do so, at the cost of the offender.
Article 28: The area in which this law shall be effective shall be determined by the Executive Yuan.
Article 29: The regulations governing the enforcement of this law shall be formulated by the Ministry of Interior and shall be submitted to Executive Yuan for approval.
Article 30: This law shall become effective upon promulgation


【Permit to the Conservation Area】

Note of Applying Online for Permit to the Conservation Area
1. Attention: In applying for the mountain trails in the park, the first day schedule should include entering the conservation area; otherwise, the application form will be returned.
Incorrect example: Taipei→Wuling
Correct example: Mt. Syue trailhead→Cika Cabin→Sanlioujiou Cabin or Taipei→Cika Cabin→Sanlioujiou Cabin
2. Please apply for Permit to the Conservation Area first. After it is ratified, then apply for Permit to the Generally Protected Mountain Area. Please check QUESTION in the website for further information and reference.
3. While entering the conservation area, please carry Permit to the Conservation Area, Permit to the Generally Protected Mountain Area, and other identification documents, all of which will be checked at any time.
4. The advantages of the online application include saving your time; allowing you to book beds more quickly and easily; and getting application number immediately for you to trace the proceeding of your application. If submitting your application in a written form, please check QUESTION in our website for further information and reference.
5. Receiving application period: Please submit the application between 7 to 30 days before the entering date and finish the application procedure within 30 minutes.
6. Each application form contains no more than 12 team members. If the total number of members is more than 12, please fill out another application form, while members should not be duplicated. The schedule of your itinerary should not be more than 10 days. The number of climbers permitted accords to the number of beds in each cabin. Before applying for Permit, please check CABIN BEDS to make sure whether there are available beds left. The application will be returned when all beds are booked.
7. Foreign applicants have to key in correct passport number or resident visa number in the ID Number blank. Any trouble, please contact with Conservation Section at: 886-37-996100 Ext. 720.
8. Please leave a correct e-mail address. Once the application is ratified, Permit to the Conservation Area will be e-mailed. Download it from your e-mail, make two copies for each team, and carry it with other identification documents to be checked. Please use the ratified beds only and do not occupy others' beds.
9. Permit to the Conservation Area is PDF file. Please download Acrobar Reader before opening it.
10. A permitted team should follow, according to its itinerary, the dates to enter and leave the area, as well as the locations to stay overnight. If a permitted team cannot enter on the prescribed date, it is required to contact with the headquarters to cancel the application 2 days before. Failing to complete the cancel procedures over 3 times, the team will be banned to apply for Permit to the Conservation Area in one year.
11. Climbers taking the Mt. Syue trail are required to stay in Cika Cabin, Cika Camping Site, Sanlioujiou Cabin, or Cuei Pond shelter and its campground. It is forbidden to stay on other campgrounds.
12. If submitting your application online fails, please try again or contact with Conservation Section: 886-37-996100 Ext. 720.
13. While keying in the information, please confirm it before submitting. (After submitting, it is not allowed to add any team member.) Please keep the application number to inquire the proceeding of your application.
14. The leader of the team must inform every team member of these notes and must take the responsibility of complying with the national park's regulations and paying attention to the members’safety. It is better not to do mountain climbing at night.
Note of Entering and Leaving the Conservation Area
1. Climbers entering and leaving the conservation area must bring with them Permit to the Conservation Area, permitted roster, and other identification documents (e.g. identity card, resident visa, or passport), all of which will be checked by the National Park Headquarters or National Park Police Brigade at any time.
2. There are often poisonous serpents, venomous insects, and beasts of prey hanging around the area. In some places, landslides would occur due to bad weathers and dangerous terrain. All team members should pay attention to their safety, avoiding any possible accidents.
3. It is outlawed to pollute the environment. Waste must be brought back.
4. Except for sampling activities for academic research permitted by the headquarters, the improper behavior, such as harassing, capturing, or hunting the wild animals, is prohibited.
5. It is not allowed to leave the designated mountain trails and regions.
6. The clamorous behavior, such as using speakers, is forbidden in the conservation area.
7. During the period of typhoon warning, forest fire, or any other contingency, the headquarters is authorized to take emergency measures to blockade the regions. The permits that have been ratified for that period become invalid automatically.
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