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Eluanbi Lighthouse

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  • Eluanbi Lighthouse
  • The building of Eluanbi Lighthouse
  • The entrance of Eluanbi Lighthouse
  • Exterior View of Eluanbi Lighthouse
  • Aerial view of Eluanbi Lighthouse

Kending's rugged coastline provides some of the area's most outstanding attractions. The most prominent of these must be Eluanbi, also known as "Taiwan's Tail." This is the island's southernmost point.

Eluanbi Park was created in 1982 to provide an appropriate venue for people coming to visit Taiwan's southernmost point and one of the peninsula's most notable landmarks, the Eluanbi Lighthouse, also called "The Light of East Asia." It stands 21.4 meters high and is reputedly the brightest lighthouse in Asia. The park covers an area of 59 hectares. Within the park there are a number of recreational facilities and a wide range of interesting geological, botanical, and ornithological features. The area covered by the park is also one of the sites of Kending's prehistoric cultures.

To reach Eluanbi just follow the Pingtung-Eluanbi Highway to its southernmost point (the 40-kilometer point of that road).

Travel Information

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

Nat'l Hwy 3 → Exit at the Nanzhou Interchange → County Hwy 187B → Prov. Hwy 1 → Prov. Hwy 26 → Hengchun  → Kending → Eluanbi Park.


Take the fight to Kaohsiung or take TRA to Kaohsiung or THSR to Zuoying Station continue by Kenting(Kending) Bus (No.9188, toward Eluanbi) to Eluanbi Station



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Last update time: 2020-05-19
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