As was pointed out in Section 3.1, there are some interesting features in multidimensional tunneling compared with the one-dimensional case [30,31,46]. These are the following: (1) There exist two types of tunneling, pure tunneling and mixed tunneling. (2) No tunneling path can be defined in the case of mixed tunneling. (3) Vibrational excitation can suppress tunneling because of mixed tunneling. In this section, these peculiar features are numerically demonstrated and analyzed [31] by taking tunneling splitting in symmetric double well potential as an example. Three typical two-dimensional model potentials are used.