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Guishan Island(turtle Island)

Guishan Island(turtle Island)is an island in the Pacific Ocean currently administered under Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan. Head Turning of the Turtle Mountain It is interesting that from different views at different locations of Yilan County, the shape of Guishan Island is quite different. Also the shape of the turtle's head is different; from Northeast Coastal Areas of Toucheng Township such as Shicheng and Dasi, the shape is close to the head of a turtle,

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Yilan, Taiwan

Lanyang Museum

Lanyang Museum is a museum about the local area in Toucheng Township,Yilan country inTaiwan.Its characterized by ecological and ethnic diversity, warm and friendly people, and a vibrant culture.  The museum building was designed by a team led by Yao Ren-xi those design was inspired by the cuestas commonly seen along Beiguan Coast. The museum adopts the geometric shapes of the cuestas where the roof protrudes

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Yilan, Taiwan

Su-ao Yilan

Su-ao Port is located in the south of Yilan County,northeast of Taiwan. Along with a major fishing port of Taiwan, the Nanfang-ao Port, the two large harbors makes up Su-ao as a whole,famous for its seafood restaurants and cold springs. One of the famous local specialty is the Su-ao Cold Spring, the spring water temperature is around 22C degrees Celsius, it has a pH of 5.5

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Yilan, Taiwan

Jiaoxi Hot Springs

Jiaoxi Hot Spring is one of a very rare hot springs in Taiwan that is extremely rich in minerals. The water of Jiaoxi Hot Spring is a sodium bicarbonate hot spring that is extremely rich in sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and carbonic acid ions.  Being honored as " The Hot Spring among Hot Springs," you would find your skin smooth and fine without

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Yilan, Taiwan

Caoling Historic Trail

Location  across Sandiao Cape (Sandiaojiao), starting at Yuanwangkeng, just inland from Fulong, and ending at Dali on the coast. It is the only remaining section (rebuilt by the Tourism Bureau) of the old Ching dynasty trail that was constructed 130 years ago to provide the only land link down the Northeast Coast from Tamsui to Yilan. The trail runs from Dali

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Yilan, Taiwan

Northeast And Yilan Coast National Scenic Area

Location  the northeast corner of Taiwan, stretching 102.5 kilometers from Nanya District in New Taipei City to the south cape of Neibi Beach in Su-ao Township. It encompasses 17,421 hectares of land and sea. Northeast And Yilan Coast National Scenic Area was established by the Taiwanese Tourism Bureau in the 1980’s to encourage tourism to the area and help preserve the unique ecology

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Yilan, Taiwan

Dome Of Light

Dome Of Light    Kaohsiung MRT transfer station for the Red Line and Orange Line (Formosa Boulevard Station), the Dome of Light was created by renowned artist Narcissus Quagliata. The dome is the world's largest public art installation made from individual pieces of colored glass. The work not only adds to the beauty of the station, but also adds a

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Tainan, Taiwan

Meinong District, Kaohsiung City: Hakka Beauty And Hospitality

Meinong is a small southern Hakka community with plenty of visual charm. Meinong came out on top in the "Land of Smiles" internet survey jointly conducted by CommonWealth magazine and the Taiwan Tourism Bureau. Its vibrant Hakka culture, rustic landscape, and simple, sincere residents make it a popular destination for visitors who want to experience the richness of the Hakka

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Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Yu Mountain (yushan) National Park

Yu Mountain (Yushan) is the centerpiece of the Yu Mountain (Yushan) National Park, which covers a total of 105,490 hectares including large sections of the Central Mountain Range. The park encompasses a variety of habitats ranging from broadleaf forest at lower altitudes to mixed forest, coniferous forest, bamboo,clumps of conifers, and bare rocky outcrops. Flowers include azaleas, which abound in

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Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Anping Fort

In 1624, Dutch built the first fort in Anping, Taiwan, called "Fort Zeelandia", now known as Anping Fort, where has been the administrative center of the Dutch regime, and the hub for trading. The building was originally constructed in square inner fortress and rectangle outer walls. In 1661, the fort was renamed as Anping to commemorate his home town when

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Tainan, Taiwan