There's a sort of hall/chamber at the entrance of the monastery where you can view giant statues of buddhas. What's annoying is that there's a collection slot under every single statue. Still, it's very grand and lavish.
This lavishly built monastery doesn't really reflect the teachings of Buddhism; besides being immensely large, it's apparent that the monastery has indulged thousands of dollars to create gardens and giant halls (why not help victims of natural disasters instead?) It's possible to wander around the monastery. There are a few shops in the monastery selling statues of various buddhas, as well as great hall.
The factory and wine-tasting area have a lot of wines and fruit liquers. You will find wine-flavoured ice blocks and cakes, and ceramic jugs too.
What to buy: Shaohsing Wine made from rice and wheat.
What to pay: WINE NT 600-800
PACK OF DRY FRUITS NT 200
Puli Winery is the hot spot for the tourists to visit Puli. You can not only taste some local wines here but also found some foods with the additional flavour from the wine such as the cake, egg, ice and cooked rice.
Li Yu Lake is a place where you can walk along the water or drink the coffee at the lakeshore. One hotel was built above the water here. It might be also an interesting experience to stay there.