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When the weather is fine and the great outdoors beckons, there are few resorts in Taiwan to beat Kenting for the wealth of activities on offer. Located on the Hengchun Peninsula at the southern tip of Taiwan, Kenting is surrounded on three sides by water: by the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Bashi Channel to the south, and the Taiwan Strait to the west. Down the middle runs the tail end of Taiwan's massive Central Mountain Range. The rugged coast has been shaped by centuries of erosion and offers spectacular views. The ocean provides some of Taiwan's richest fishing grounds, the coral reefs are a tourist's delight, and the weather a holidaymaker's dream. Kenting's subtropical climate means that the beaches are open all year round, and that the many forest reserves and recreation areas are full of amazing birds, beasts, flowers, and trees. Along the beachfront nightlife rages, with bars, discos, restaurants, and holiday resorts where visitors can party away into the early hours. The centerpiece of the Hengchun Peninsula is Kenting National Park, the only tropical national park in Taiwan. Established in 1982, the park covers a total area of 33,268 hectares of land and marine environments. This is the most densely populated national park in Taiwan; it includes large stretches of agricultural land, providing visitors with a view of typical Taiwanese rural life. In addition, the national park has everything you could desire when you want to appreciate the natural environment, including mountains, forests, pastures, lakes, sand dunes, beaches, and coral reefs.