The most unique trait of this museum is that it is surrounded by forest and mountain peaks. The site has diverse and rich natural landscapes. 
The museum is right next to Jiu-Jiu Peaks Ecology and Art Park. Visitors can go up the peaks via the forest trail not far away from the museum, and at Jiu-Jiu Peaks, the sunset is its most fascinating view. 
Pin-Lin is primarily an agricultural village with grape, lychee, and banana farms; every year, juicy and sweet fruits continue to be harvested here from early summer to early winter.