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    Times of Rocks in Yehliu - A Night-time Visit to the Queen's Head The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Yehliu Geopark is open to night-time visits now, and this makes it truly unique. "Time of Rocks in Yehliu" uses colorful light and music to highlight the area’s mushroom rocks. Visitors can expect enjoy an indelible experience at the park.

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    Dapeng Bay Marine Festival The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Held in April annually, the Dapeng Bay Marine Festival includes yacht experiences and sailing, canoeing, water motorcycle, SUP, and creative eco-boat design contests. Related products and local specialties are sold alongside the festival. Many other water experiences can also be enjoyed.

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    2021 Creative Expo Taiwan 2021-04-16~2021-04-25

    The Ministry of Culture in 2010 initiated Creative Expo Taiwan as a platform for exchange and trade for the cultural and creative industry home and abroad. It has curated a few themed exhibitions to encourage the industry and the public to reflect on certain cultural topics, thereby sharing their creative ideas and holding conversations across borders. The expo has since then truthfully revealed Taiwan's cultural value and aesthetic spirit to the world, allowing the global community to learn about Taiwan's cultural and creative industry.

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    Baosheng Cultural Festival 2021-04-17~2021-06-27

    The Dalongdong area, which was formed around two centuries ago, is one of a few well-preserved historic neighborhoods in Taipei City known for its numerous quaint dwellings and religious structures surrounding Bao'an Temple. The Dalongdong Bao'an Temple is by far the most popular among Taiwan's 300-odd temples dedicated to Baosheng Emperor, according to folklorist Lin Heng-dao. Striving to fulfill its commitment of keeping a grassroots religion alive, creating an old-meets-new vision and a cycle of "new culture", and innovating on the basis of tradition, the palatial Dalongdong Bao'an Temple, along with its ornate decorations and spatial layout, represents unconventional thinking and methods regarding three-dimensional aesthetics that earned it international accolades such as the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation in 2003.The Temple is famous for hosting the annual Baosheng Cultural Festival, a symbol of Taiwan's folk religious celebrations, architectural legacies and heritage revitalization efforts, and has attracted locals and visitors alike for two decades. Running from April through June, the festival has not only enlightened an ever-growing participant base about different facets of the country's religious aesthetics and changes in relevant rituals, but has also, despite its orthodox view of Formosan spirituality, become a culturally influential, globally significant tourist attraction that inspired similar festivities across China and Singapore.

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    2021 Penghu International Fireworks Festival 2021-04-22~2021-06-28

    The Penghu International Fireworks Festival is not the only incentive attracting sightseers to the "Gaillardia pluchella Foug Island" during the summer season but it has certainly become a spectacular scene that lights up the evening sky over the isles that people look forward to seeing every summer. The first Festival took place in 2003 and invited well-known Taiwan singers and performing groups to entertain. The amazing high-altitude fireworks display, romantic music, cascading rockets and a sea of lanterns all turn Penghu into a resplendent scene, more and more beautiful as night falls! The Penghu International Fireworks Festival has become one of the grand events of the summer season and a beautiful and magnificent night scene for visitors to the Gaillardia pluchella Foug Island.

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    Fulong International Sand Sculpture Art Festival The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Using the golden sands of Fulong Beach, the artists at the 2020-2021 festival will illustrate Taiwan and the world's mountains and bicycle tours. The artists will go to many schools in the country to teach students to make sand sculptures, and both an international competition and a domestic competition will be held. The festival serves as a stage on which new sand artists can fully express their capabilities.

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    Lukang Dragon Boat Festival The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Lukang Dragon Boat Festival promotes the historic sites, crafts, and food of cultural Lukang. It is an international-level event in Taiwan's tourist calendar and the most important of its kind in central Taiwan. Since Lukang was awarded with honors such as "Township of Smiles," "Top 10 Tourist Towns in Taiwan," and "Classic Towns in Taiwan," Lukang Dragon Boat Festival has become even more famous around the globe.

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    Taiwan Cycling Festival The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Since 2010 the Tourism Bureau has actively conducted a whole series of events related to the Taiwan Cycling Festival, enthusiastically inviting the Taiwan public to lay down their "tire" tracks and turn the results of innovation in transportation construction into a new resource for tourism, aiming to make Taiwan into an international-level paradise for leisure cycling. Taiwan has an excellent highway system plus a superior topography so that when cycling, a rider can also appreciate magnificent scenery along the route—and what you have is a cycling tour around the island that boasts a convenient and enjoyable itinerary! The series of activities of the "Taiwan Cycling Festival" focus on bicycle touring and pulls together the tourist and transportation resources of the various county seats to present the specifics of a diverse and local touring culture. Accompanied by beautiful mountains and water scenery, bicycle enthusiasts from around the world can come on a pilgrimage and are provided a varied and rich recreational cycling experience, making the riding of the "iron horse" no longer a simple exercise but rather the perfect experience in body and soul.

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    Formosa Summer Festival The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Held at the high travel season in Taiwan, Formosa Summer Festival presents Taiwan's best summer features at once. Its series of colorful events have drawn many visitors home and abroad to explore Taiwan's beautiful scenery and delicious food, immersing in the country's summer charm.

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    Taiwan East Coast Land Arts Festival & Moonlight Sea Concert The schedule for this activity in 2021 has not been decided.

    Held along Taiwan's East Coast, Taiwan East Coast Land Arts Festival & Moonlight Sea Concert features large outdoor installation, art studios accessible to the public along Provincial Highway 11, art fairs, and music concerts. The coast's natural environment, indigenous lifestyle, and youth travel are the festival's main themes.

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