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  • 1
    Day 1
    • Guanyin Mountain

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      • Six trails

        Six trails

        Each of the six trails has its own special features. The trails vary in length and steepness, but are all well planned and built to go along with the lush greenery and abundant wildlife alongside the way. They are ideal for hiking and exercise.

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      • Lingyun Zen Temple

        Lingyun Zen Temple

        Lingyun Zen Temple was founded by Master Sanchong Baohai in 1909 to enshrine Thousand-hand Gurnyin Buddha. It is a grand temple with spectacular views all around.

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      • Guanyinshan Nature Reserve

        Guanyinshan Nature Reserve

        The purpose of this park is to preserve the natural landscape of Guanyinshan's distinctive volcanic terrain and bird ecology for environmental and ecological education. There is an eco-pond, a raptor-watching platform, a leisure trail, and many Guanyin stones of different shapes and sizes in this beautiful park.

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    • Bali Left Bank

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    • Danshui

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    • Sanzhi

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      • Qianshui Bay

        Qianshui Bay

        Biking on the Sanzhi-Shimen bike path along the sea coast under the sunset has been one of the most frequent activities in everyday life of Sanzhi locals. The Street of Coffee Shops, located along the beach part, has been said a scenic feature in Sanzhi.

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      • Sanzhi Visitor Center and Gallery

        Sanzhi Visitor Center and Gallery

        The visitor center, in front of the childhood residence of former president of Taiwan, Lee Teng-hui, comprising an information desk, an audio-visual room, exhibition rooms, a gallery, and a park on the outside, was officially open to the public in 2004 and is now a popular scenic spot.

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      • Reservoir Park

        Reservoir Park

        Gen-De Waterwheel Park opened on October 20, 2007. The water park has a three-section watermill which can generate three times the force of the water flow than a single watermill can do. The watermill increases the power of the water as the water flows through the channel, generating electricity.

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    • Zhibo Art Village

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      • Li Tien-lu Hand Puppet Historical Museum

        Li Tien-lu Hand Puppet Historical Museum

        Hand puppet master Li Tien-lu (1910-1998) began learning puppet performance at the age of eight. This museum was established to commemorate his lifelong contribution to puppetry and to pass on the hand-puppet culture. The museum displays the wood puppet masks, costumes, instruments and precious old scripts used by puppet master Li during performances.

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    Day 2
    • Sanzhi

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      • Hengshan terrace fields

        Hengshan terrace fields

        The area of Hengshan Terrace Fields is one of the famous sites in Sanzhi. It used to be called Hengshankan. It is a hilly band with clear differences in elevation. Levels after levels of terraces sit upon the mountain side.

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    • Shimen

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      • Linshanbi


        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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      • 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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      • Shimen Wedding Plaza

        Shimen Wedding Plaza

        Illustrating the ambience reminiscent of coastal scenery in South Europe, the wedding plaza is a perfect spot for enjoying your moments with family, friends or valentines at any time.

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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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      • Shimen Cave)

        Shimen Cave)

        Cut by sea waves for years and years long ago, this stone arch is among the natural wonders on the north coast, standing right by the highway. Because it looks like a gate,it is no wonder that the place was named "Shimen Stone Arch" long ago by the earliest settlers. You might like to follow the steps and get up to the top of the arch to enjoy the beautiful view of the coast.

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    • Jinshan

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      • Cycle path

        Cycle path

      • Shitou Mountain

        Shitou Mountain

        It is only about 70 meters in height, an easy walk along the trail that is surrounded by beautiful flowers and wildlife. At the northern end of the trail, there is a red traditional pavilion, an excellent place to watch the beautiful Twin Candlestick Islets.

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      • Jinbaoli old street

        Jinbaoli old street

        The street is still the most important commercial area on the northern coast, with a lot more flavors of tourist attractions and local specialties such as yam cakes, baked yam, and the renowned duck meat. The street is always crowded on holidays.

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      • Jinshan-Wanli hot springs

        Jinshan-Wanli hot springs

Traffic Information

Public transportation:

  1. From Tacheng Street, Taipei City, take San Chung Bus (Beimen - Guanyinshan Line). The bus departs every 40-50 minutes and it stops at Guanyinshan’s major scenic spots.
  2. Guanyinshan Visitor Center - Free holiday shuttle bus - Left Bank, Bali - Shuttle boat - MRT Tamsui Station - Tamsui Bus (to Sanzhi, Shimen, Jinshan etc.)


Last updated:2020-10-07
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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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