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Heping Island was called Sheliao Island in the past. It is located at the north of Taiwan. Heping Bridge connects the island to Keelung City. In 1626, the Spanish army built castles, churches and fortresses, preparing to do business with China and...more
There are quite some amazing sights here but there is also a bit of walk so bring your water and sweater. On good days you can get a real good sun and the sea with less crowd. However, I was totally unlucky and I found...More
Visited Keelung to se Heping Island Park. This park has beautiful rock formation in the shape of mushrooms. It has a swimming pool at the coastline, an outdoor pond and pathways to guide visitors. It is a must see when in Keelung.
The park is...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Trail825375, islander at Heping Island Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 January 2019
We also have tour guide services which provides tours of the Heping Island Park. Looking forward for your next visit.
Heping Island Park (和平島公園) is located in Heping Island at north of Keelung. It is just at the mouth of the Keelung Harbor and IS only 7.5 km (4.7 mi) from Keelung Bus Station. Part of the Heping Island Park was closed due to the...More
The concept of this park is so cool! There is public pool and it is not crowded at all. You get to swim with the fishes! It's so awesome if you come during summer! Recommended for families. It is not quite accessible though as the...More
Also known as Heping Island Park, this island park, connected to the ‘mainland’ by a small bridge, is quite interesting. It acts as a historical reference to one of Taiwan’s darkest periods and also provides a most beautiful natural scenic backdrop where the visitor can...More
We went as a family as a day trip. The hike to the lighthouse was very nice. However, there were a lot of people (for a winter day) in the park seeing the Stone Queen which was very cool to see something like that made...More