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Water Play at Baisha Bay

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    • Danshui

      • Danshui

        Tamsui used to be called Huwei. It is a derivation from the ancient tongue "Hoba." It means the river outlet. Tamsui is located in northwest of Taipei basin. Tamsui is surrounded by mountains and rivers and the scenery is beautiful. Hongmao Castle is a historical site in Tamsui with historical meaning.

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    • Baisha Bay

      • Baisha Bay

        Baisha Bay encompasses an half-moon shaped beach of 1 kilometer long and part of Taiwan Strait. The bike path at the beach is the most-loved spot for sight-seeing.

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    • Linshan Cape Recreation Area

      • Linshan Cape Recreation Area

        The heavily-veined andesite rocks at Linshan Cape were formed by volcanic lava and cut by waves and monsoons over the years, with sharp edges on the surface cut by winds from different directions.

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    • Shimen Wedding Plaza

      • Shimen Wedding Plaza

        Shimen Wedding Plaza My RecommendationsMy Recommendations 6 Previous Next1 2 3 4 Inaugurated in 2008, Shimen Wedding Plaza was the first wedding plaza in Taiwan. The wedding plaza encompasses a white Mediterranean-style structure including a corridor and a bell tower with inscription "Happy Shimen.

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    • Fugui Cape Park

      • Fugui Cape Park

        Fugui Cape was previously called "Dabin" or "Dabian,'' and described as ''hoek" (cape) by the Dutch in the mid-18th century. The name was later transliterated to be "Fuji,'' and then the latest "Fugui."

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Traffic Info

Public transportation:

  1. Take Tamsui Bus which goes to Jinshan and Keelung or Tamsui and hop off at your chosen destination.
  2. From MRT Tamsui Station, find the bus stop on it right-hand side. Take Tamui Bus or Keelung Bus to Jinshan or Keelung and hop off at your chosen destination in Shimen area.
Last updated:2018-01-31
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  • Office (Baisha Bay Visitor Center)
  • No.33-6, Xiayuankeng, Demao Village, Shimen District, New Taipei City, 25341 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-8635-5100
  • Fax: 886-2-2636-6675
  • Sanzhi Visitor Center
  • No.164-2, Putoukeng, Puping Village, Sanzhi District, New Taipei City, 25245 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-8635-5143
  • Fax: 886-2-8635-3748
  • Jinshan Visitor Center (Yehliu Service station)
  • No.171-2, Huanggang Rd., Jinshan District, New Taipei City, 20844 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-2498-8980
  • Fax: 886-2-2498-5290
  • Yehliu Visitor Center
  • No.167-1, Gangdong Rd., Yehliu village, Wanli District, New Taipei City, 20744 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-2492-2016
  • Fax: 886-2-2492-4519
  • Heping Island Visitor Center
  • No.360, Ping 1st Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City, 20247 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-2463-5452
  • Fax: 886-2-2463-6987
  • Guanyinshan Visitor Center (Guanyinshan Service station)
  • No.130, Sec. 3, Lingyun Rd., Wugu District, New Taipei City, 24844 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2292-8888
  • Fax: 886-2-2291-9444
  • Jhongjiao Bay Visitor Center
  • No. 180-3, Haixing Rd., Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City,208003 googlemap
  • Phone: 886-2-2408-2319



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