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Heping Island was called Sheliao Island in the past. It is located at the north of Taiwan. Heping Bridge connects the island to Keelung City. In 1626, the Spanish army built castles, churches and fortresses, preparing to do business with China and Japan. The castle on the southwest is called San Salvador, the saint savior. This is the first and currently the only castle in Keelung. During the Spanish occupation, Heping Island had busy trading activities with Southeast Asia. After World War II, the island was renamed Heping Island. Today, it is a famous tourist attraction.

Heping Island is perfect for diving and sea fishing. With years of erosion by the wind and sea, the eroded rocks and coasts have formed special shapes. The Keelung government has made Heping Island a coastal park with swimming pool, tour track, tourism service center and food and beverages.



Travel Information

(Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the transportation station before departure.)
+886-2-2463-5452 (Heping Island Visitor Centor)
No. 360, Ping 1st Rd., Zhongzheng District, Keelung City
Heping Island Park Links

Nat'l Hwy 1 → Exit at Keelung Interchange → Zhongzheng elevated Rd. → Zhongzheng Rd. → Zhengbin Rd. → He 1st Rd. → Ping 1st Rd. → Heping Island Park


Take the train to TRA Keelung Station, transfer Keelung City Bus (No. 101) to Heping Island Park stop and walk along Ping 1st Rd. to Heping Island Park.

Accessible Transportation:


1.Take HSR to Keelung Train Station, transfer to Keelung bus 101(Low), get off at Heping Island Park stop.

2.Take HSR Keelung Train Station, transfer to Keelung Shuttle Bus East Line, get off at Heping Island Park. Please see bus schedule on Taiwan Tourist Shuttle Bus Web.

Open Hours:

Summer time (May-Oct.): 08:00~19:00

Winter time (Nov.-April): 08:00~18:00

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