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It’s very hot and windy at the park. Make sure you have sunglasses and caps with you. Umbrella might not work as it is too windy. Plus have lot of water and have sunscreen lotion too. It’s really hard to wander for long here. The...More
Went here with friends and it is an amazing view of all the rocks and of the ocean. All great photo opportunities. Well worth it !!! And a cheap entry fee.
The park is a long walk around for 60 to 90 mins at least....More
Don't go here during summer. I tell you it is very hot & humid. You need to bring umbrella, cold water/drinks, wear sunglasses/hats and put sunblock. So many tourists are going here so expect photobombers everywhere. Although the rock formation was nice but can't take...More
This was one of the destinations in the tour I joined. Really cool formation of rocks and just good if you wanna look at the sea and beauty of nature. Good location for taking photos and a must-go if you are visiting Taipei. Good for...More
Make sure to bring an umbrella or a hat and water when visiting this site. The rock formations were amazing. Some have shapes were easy to identify while for some, you really have to look closely to see it. They have a map but it's...More
This will be a one day schedule on your itinerary and must be included in your list to visit when you're in Taiwan.Plan ahead of time.Search on how to go by train and bus.
The railways in Taiwan, are so complex that's why you must...More
We came here last week and you know it's summertime in Taiwan. Entrance fee is minimal, my 3-year-old son got in for free. If you're into rocks and don't want to miss the opportunity of seeing it and taking pictures of it, then wear sunscreen,...More
For starters, please don't go in summer! It's too hot and you can't get anything done without melting in the scorching heat! For obvious reasons, there is no shade at or around the main attractions, so always bring an umbrella! It closes around 5 pm,...More
Our driver brought us here but it was quite a disappointing stop. The nature part of this place feels inauthentic and manufactured. The main attraction is the Queen Head Rock, which is surprisingly small. Queue for the photo opportunity is around 15 minutes.
Took bus 1815 from Taipei main bus station to Yehliu Geopark. Easycard or iPass accepted. Bus ride was long (almost 1.5 hrs) as it made many stops. But time flies as there is free WiFi on the bus. Entry into the park is $80. Children...More
The North Coast of Taiwan (Wanli District/ Jinshan District area) is filled with breathtakingly extraordinary rock formations, the most widely known of which is the various unique geological landscapes in Yehliu Geopark. The famous Queen’s Head, Fairy Shoe, etc., are absolute works of beauty by nature’s uncanny craftsmanship. One must also taste the authentic seafood cuisine when visiting the North
Coast. Delicious dishes cooked with fresh catches are the favorite of gourmets. If you visit in fall, don’t miss the great taste of Wanli crabs. Jinbaoli Old Street is as busy as it was a hundred years ago. Here you can taste the local cuisine specials of sweet potatoes, jumping taros, etc. The area of Jinshan and Wanli is also a known hot spring resort, where you can experience hot spring baths and remove your body of fatigue and stress. The Juming Museum situated in Jinshan District gathers all of Master Ju Ming's life work in the art park. Located beside the mountains and neighboring seas, the important creations from varying periods by the sculpting master are displayed in accordance with different terrains and landscapes.
We also booked Klook, more convenient as taking the public bus takes time to wait and if you are not speaking their language, better prepare a map with direction in chinese charcter and show to the driver.
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Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus... More
Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus. There are bus stops at the park.
I did organised tour from Taipei, to included other places in the tour: much easier. Check out KKDay. We used them a lot during our few days in Taiwan.