| The proposed minimum management plan for selected conservation sites is mainly to preserve their values for sustainable uses. Based on the principle of zoning control, the degree of preservation and utilization for landscape conservation sites, a minimum management plan is proposed for those conservation sites. According to the zoning control of Shei-Pa National Park master plan, 14 sites are located in ecological preservation areas, 5 sites are in general conservation areas, and 1 site is in recreational areas, of which the utilization and development of sites are restricted by National Park Law. The degree of preservation and utilization for all sites are classified into three classes, which can be considered as management objectives for conservation sites. Four sites in the first class can be used for research and education purposes; 8sites in the second class can be used for research, educational and environmental interpretation purposes; and 8 sites in the third class can be used for research, education, environmental interpretation and recreation purposes. Meanwhile, short-term management measures for all sites are suggested.