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Located next to the Left Bank Club in Bali, the Bali Yacht Wharf officially opened on 25 September 2005, and is the first of its kind in Taiwan. Occupying an area of 2,300 pings, the wharf will be combined with the Left Bank Club, the Shuibizai Park and the Shisanhang Museum of Archeology to form the culture-based Bali Left Bank Cultural Belt.

As Taiwan's first wharf tailored for yachting, it is an ideal training venue for base-level yachters and a spot for displaying local features, thus promoting the yachting sport of New Taipei City, the water sports of Taiwan, and the new local features.

The New Taipei City Government specially invited artists of the Outdoor Deaf Artists Association to make six yacht paintings on the ground based on the following subjects: light, wind, sea and power, in order to mark out the charity spirit with these 6 ground art decor works and to make the wharf more characteristic. Furthermore, to mark out the subject of wind, windmills in the shape of yachts are erected alongside the bank in order to turn the wharf into a new scenic spot covered with the art of wind. When visiting there, don't forget to capture this beautiful scene with your camera.


The Bali Yacht Wharf is suitable for those who are familiar with yachting. Those who have no yachting license issued by the ROC, or by a local yachting club, must be accompanied by a coach when yachting.

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(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)

Nat'l Hwy 1 → Exit at the Wugu Interchange → Sec. 2, Xin 5th Rd. → Sec. 3, Xin 5th Rd. → Shuhong N. Rd. → County Hwy 103 → Prov. Hwy 15 → Guanhai Blvd.


THSR Taipei Station (or TRA Taipei Station) → Taipei MRT Guandu Station → Tamsui Bus Red 13 to Shuixinggong stop.

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Last update time: 2021-09-29
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