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This place is amazing. If your a nature lover you must visit this place. Here you will see how the nature can curve such amazing pieces like the Queen’s Head etc. Better visit here when it is Sunny or Cloudy day for this is beside...More
I didn't really enjoy the bus ride to Yehliu Geopark, but I felt that it was worth it to enjoy such beautiful scenery. The rock formations and the ocean lent a very relaxed feel to the area. Exploring the rural, less populated parts of Taiwan...More
We spent about 2 hours here. A must do when in Taiwan but go early or later in the afternoon, very hot and obviously no shelter so sunscreen, hat and water are a must. Uneven ground so might be hard or slower to do with...More
As part of our cruise tour of Taiwan we were brought here.
It was a hot day of 30 degrees in October. Avoid may June July Aug as the very hot months.
There is a fairly shaded walk up to the rocks. But where the...More
Another stop I added in to our tour day. What a great stop. Yehliu is a cape on the north coast. The honeycomb and mushroom rock formations were eroded by the sea. I enjoyed walking around checking out what the different formations looked like and...More
We spent a morning here when staying in Keelung. It's easy to get too; we just took the public bus 790 and the driver told us when we needed to get off. It's a short walk through the fishing village from where the bus stops...More
... from mainland China I guess were tour-bused in today. This prevented me from giving it an excellent rating here on TripAdvisor. I was pushed; I was shoved; I was jostled - whoever these people were, they were extremely aggressive about getting the perfect selfie....More
It is a lovely place- entire drive from Taipei to new Taipei where Yehliu Geo Park is. Need to spend 2 hours to truly enjoy entire place
The place is good for old, young and even handicap as they build path for the visitors
On the guide’s recommendation, we extended our tour an additional day to do Yehliu Geopark. The rock formations were really a wonder, being the works of nature. There’s the Queen and Princess rocks not too far apart. However, one can see the Queen’s neck is...More
The North Coast of Taiwan (Wanli District/ Jinshan District area) is filled with breathtakingly extraordinary rock formations, the most widely known of which is the various unique geological landscapes in Yehliu Geopark. The famous Queen’s Head, Fairy Shoe, etc., are absolute works of beauty by nature’s uncanny craftsmanship. One must also taste the authentic seafood cuisine when visiting the North
Coast. Delicious dishes cooked with fresh catches are the favorite of gourmets. If you visit in fall, don’t miss the great taste of Wanli crabs. Jinbaoli Old Street is as busy as it was a hundred years ago. Here you can taste the local cuisine specials of sweet potatoes, jumping taros, etc. The area of Jinshan and Wanli is also a known hot spring resort, where you can experience hot spring baths and remove your body of fatigue and stress. The Juming Museum situated in Jinshan District gathers all of Master Ju Ming's life work in the art park. Located beside the mountains and neighboring seas, the important creations from varying periods by the sculpting master are displayed in accordance with different terrains and landscapes.
Response from scottofhawaii | Reviewed this property |
I took this bus today. Yes of course you can pay cash. You must get a card from the driver and return it when you get off. It was 98 Taiwan dollars one way so if you only have a 100 Taiwan dollar bill, you're not going to... More
I took this bus today. Yes of course you can pay cash. You must get a card from the driver and return it when you get off. It was 98 Taiwan dollars one way so if you only have a 100 Taiwan dollar bill, you're not going to lose much by them not giving change back to you.
Response from StrayCat5 | Reviewed this property |
Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus... More
Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus. There are bus stops at the park.
I did organised tour from Taipei, to included other places in the tour: much easier. Check out KKDay. We used them a lot during our few days in Taiwan.