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Beihai Tunnel

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Beihai Tunnel is located between Ren-ai Village and Meishi Village. In 1970, the military excavated a tunnel here for the ships to avoid bad weather and attacks. The tunnel could harbor several naval vessels, but after a severe typhoon, it was damaged. As the cross-strait relations grow friendlier, the tunnel has become a tourist attraction. With a total length of 700 meters, the tunnel is also called as the nderground dock featuring Matzu military importance in the past.

Beihai Tunnel goes deep into the granite mountain. The waterway is 18 meters in height, 10 meters in width and 640 meters in length, capable of harboring 120 small vessels. It took 820 days to complete the establishment of the tunnel. The construction was very difficult at that time, and some soldiers even sacrificed their lives during the construction.

Matzu National Scenic Area Administration
No.95-1, Ren-ai Village, Nangan Township, Lienchiang County
Tel: +886-836-25630

Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
TEL:
+886-836-25630
Address:
Ren-ai Village, Nangan Township, Lienchiang County
Longitude/Latitude:
119.929107/26.142364
Web:
Beihai Tunnel Links
Public:

Air:
From Taipei International Airport fly to Nangan on Uni Air.

Sea:
The Taima Ferry offers daily service from Keelung Harbor in Taiwan to Fu-ao Harbor in Nangan and Zhongzhu Harbor in Dongyin.

Nangan and Beigan have public bus service, and taxis can be found at major harbors. Taxi prices should be negotiated in advance.

Transportation Information

Remarks:

The tunnels opening hours is based on tidal schedules, opening hours need to be confirmed in advance.

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