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One Day Accessible Tour in East Coast B

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A suggested tour to experience the beauty of Taiwan's East Coast: You could start at the "Fugang Geopark" for the fascinating sea erosion landscape. As the saying goes, "What goes up must come down," but in seeming disregard of the laws of gravity, the water in the 1.8 km irrigation channel from Dulan appears to flow upwards. Beside the channel, a stone tablet inscribed with the word "Miracle" has been erected due to this mysterious phenomenon. The "Dulan Sugar Factory Café and Art Gallery" was formally a sugar factory. It now houses great studios and showrooms where exhibitions and performances take place. The "Jinzun Recreational Area" is derived from the shape of its bay, the uniquely shaped "anchor reef". You can rest here for a cup of coffee with friends and enjoy the view of the Pacific Ocean. Located on the highlands, the "Douli Visitor Center" is a great place to see the view of the seashore with a good exhibition on the natural and cultural history of the East Coast of Taiwan. And lastly, follow the accessible trails to experience the legend and beauty of Taitung's landmark, the "Sanxiantai" island with the gorgeous arch bridge.

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Fugang Geopark(Little Yehliu)
Fugang Geopark(Little Yehliu)
Located at the 159-kilometer mark near the southern end of the East Coast National Scenic Area, Fugang Geopark (Little Yehliu) offers a rich variety o...

Accessible Toilets:2

Accessible Parking:6

Wheelchair Rentals:1

Water Running Upward
As the saying goes, "Man goes up while water runs down." But in seeming disregard of the laws of gravity, the water in the 1.8 km irrigation...

Accessible Toilets:2

Accessible Parking:2

Dulan Sugar Factory Café and Art Gallery
Due to changes in the economic environment, the factory has changed from being a sugar factory to studios and showrooms where exhibitions and performa...

Accessible Parking:2

Jinzun
Jinzun
Jinzun is a small fishing village lying to the south of Donghe. The name of this area, literally "golden goblet," is derived from the shape ...

Accessible Toilets:1

Accessible Parking:1

East Coast National Scenic Area - Douli Visitor Center
East Coast National Scenic Area - Douli Visitor Center
The East Coast National Scenic Area, known as "Taiwan's last unspoiled land," stretches 170 kilometers down the east coast of the island fro...

Accessible Toilets:2

Accessible Parking:2

Wheelchair Rentals:1

Sanxiantai
Sanxiantai
Situated at the 111-kilometer mark on the coastal highway, Sanxiantai consists of a headland facing a small island in the sea. The three huge rocks th...

Accessible Toilets:2

Accessible Parking:4

Wheelchair Rentals:1

Last update time: 2019-03-26
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