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Do I have to pay for a visit to Baisha Bay? What are the opening hours?

Baisha Bay is a free, open space. For safety reasons, however, visitors are advised to leave the bay by 5pm, as no lifeguards are on site then. When you visit Baisha Bay, please help us protect its environs and stay safe.

I heard there are four types of hot springs in Wanli? What are they?

Hot springs are Wanli’s treasures. They are: sodium bicarbonate spring, hydrothermal spring, sulfur sprig, and iron spring. Each are unique and you are cordially invited to try them out.

What are North Coast’s and Guanyin Mountain’s famous farm produce?

Their famous farm produce are as follows:

  • Sanzhi:Watermelon (Jul.), water bamboo shoots (Sept. & Oct.), yam (Mar.-Sept.), yellow sweet potato (Tainong No. 57) (Jul.-Sept.)
  • Shimen:Rice dumplings with meat, “Iron Bodhisattva” tea, seafood (Fuji Fishery Port)
  • Jinshan:inshan duck meat, Tiaoshi taro (Aug.-Oct.), red sweet potato (Tainong No. 66) (Jul.-Sept.)
  • Wanli:Seafood (Guihou and Yeliu Fishery Ports), red sweet potato (Tainong No. 66) (Jul.-Sept.)
  • Guanyin Mountain:Green bamboo shoots (May-Oct.), pomelo (Sept.), waxberry (April-May)

Are dogs allowed at Baisha Bay?

So far, the administration has not forbidden animals to enter the bay area, because the beautiful beach belongs to all, and it is not proper to put too many restrictions on waterfront and bayside leisure activities.

To provide a safe and secure vacation place, however, if the pet attacks others, we ask the owner to to take preventive measures when taking it to a public zone. We do our best to manage these cases by advising them.

Is there right of portrait to the rocks in the scenic area?

The rocks, such as Queen’s Head and Fairy Shoe, are natural rocks. They may be appreciated by all members of the public and you are free to use their images to design creative products. This will not violate intellectual property rights.

Last updated:2018-01-29
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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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