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Lovers Lake Park

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At the mid-hill of Dawulun Mountain, the park is where six mountain streams gather up. The only highland lake in Keelung, the lake is “fine and pretty like a well educated young lady,” as a traditional saying goes. The park is equipped with a round-the-lake trail, a round-the-mountain trail, a lovers’ suspension bridge, a pavilion, and a scenic platform, among others. The round-the-lake trail is embraced by lush green trees and along the way visitors can appreciate romantic views of the lake. The round-the-mountain lake enables visitors to look at Eagle’s Rock, the vast blue ocean, Aodi Fishery Port, and even Keelung Islet and Yehliu Cape. The scenery is pretty soothing.

Fun Facts

Lovers Lake is located due east of the Fortress, is not only the highest peak in the vicinity, but also quite historic area, hilltop fort Dawu Lun (National monument) built in Orthodoxy years, is an important monument was left clear law of war one was preserved, fences and associated buildings quite a lot, while the surrounding old banyan twine entangled meantime, but also for the region but also adds a lot of old-fashioned.

Travel Info

  • Add:Near Ln. 208, Jijin 1st Rd., Anle Dist., Keelung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
  • Tel:886-2-24287664
  • Opening Hours:open space, no time limited
  • Tickets:free

Traffic Info

Public transport:

  • Take Keelung bus 505 to Qingrenhu Rd. bus stop; it's 30 minutes by foot from there. Take Keelung bus 509 to Lovers Lake; the park is close to the bus stop.

Driving:

  1. Federal Highway 1th (Zhongshan): Jin Shan/AC in Keelung Road Patu exit, and Pateh Road (5, Township Road) to Megan road, turn left, turn left after funds all the way (2 lines) and fund 208 lane turn left turn right you can reach all the way.
  2. 3rd National Road (North): miles/Keelung Foundation Road exit, turn left to fund all the way (2 lines), turn right onto funds 208 lane turning left you can reach all the way.

Last updated:2020-02-15
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  • No.33-6, Xiayuankeng, Demao Village, Shimen District, New Taipei City, 25341 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-8635-5100
  • Fax: 886-2-2636-6675
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  • Phone: 886-2-2498-8980
  • Fax: 886-2-2498-5290
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