Late President Chiang Kai Shei built this tower to memorize his monther. The top of the tower will provide a good view of the lake.
We did not go to the top of the tower after passing a 500-meter-long trail and too many walks in three days. However many people still went up to the top of the tower.
There are some peacocks in this small garden! My past intetesting experience was to see the visitors from Hong Kong to cheer up the peacock to display the features so that they could take the picture with it.
There are several trails along the lake. Shui Wa Tou was the one shaded with the trees and led to the lake shore. It was named after the frog (Shui Wa). There were plenty of the frogs in this area before. Now you can only find the statue of the frogs.