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The relax atmosphere makes this place a very enjoyable place. Good waterfront scenery, great food, nice people.
I went reached there in late morning, had a slow stroll in the street and had lunch. They have some great street food there.
The Dan Shui (or Tamsui River) meanders its way throughput Taipei eventually opening into the Taiwan Strait near Tamsui. There are numerous biking/walking pathways along the river. Several boats ply the water carrying passengers from one side to the other. Numerous bridges cross the river...More
Blue collar seaside resort with all the trappings of Coney Island. Heaps of food
stalls selling crap street food, cheap souvenir stands, crowded and filthy water.
Really no reason to come here at all if you are a foreign tourist.
If for whatever reason you...More
The Danshuei River is pretty short but magnificent. It's wonderful to see it flowing between Bali and Danshuei. You can cross from one side to the other using the Guandu Bridge or taking a boat. From Danshuei, you can take a boat from the middle...More
Dan Shui River (sometimes spelled Tamsui) literally means "Freshwater River". It may well have been in the past, but unfortunately today it is anything but. It is polluted with raw sewage and industrial waste, and is the subject of a big clean up campaign by...More
We came here on our first visit to Taipei a few years ago, and returned again this year in March. It was one of my fondest memories of Taipei, and I was eager to come back. The first time we came, we rented some bikes...More
I found the Danshui area the perfect balance of food, scenery and shopping that you find in any Taipei trip. The Old street had not much of a stand out but one major difference was that it was much less crowded than other streets, which...More
We took the red line from Taipei Main Station to Danshui or Tamshui. This is another good place to catch sunset and need much less physical effort to reach than Elephant mountain. This is a romantic place for couples.
The enchanting Tamsui Old Street boasts the most beautiful Fisherman’s Wharf sunset of Taiwan. There are also well-complimented delectable snacks such as Ah Gei (bean curd) and fish ball, etc. On Bali left bank, there is the Ferry Old Street and Wazihwei Nature Reserve. It is relaxing and comfortable whether by strolling or cruising through on a bike. Besides the bustling business district, Tamsui is also full of
an old vintage flavor. From western architectural relics to residences dating back to Japanese rule, each with their respective features and great stories to tell. If you visit Tamsui in spring, the magnificent cherry blossoms of Tianyuan Palace are a must see. If you wish for further intimacy with nature, why not camp out for the night under the starry sky. The Bali culture park camping site offers round, transparent bubble tents. Experience the close, seamless connection to surrounding nature from within for an unforgettable memory.