YehLiu Ocean World
YehLiu Ocean World is an aquarium that is great place for family. It has great Dolphin show and high diving show. Exhibition contains lots specimen of marine animals.
No.167-3, Gangdong Road, Wanli Dist., New Taipei City
Yehliu GeoPark contains the mushroom and ginger rocks, and the famous Queen's and the Dragon's Head. And more are waiting for you to explore.
Yehliu Village, Wanli Dist., New Taipei City
Neptune Submarine Club
Taking the Neptune Submarine provides the wonderful view of soft coral reefs, sea Ganoderma, tropical fish that is definitely worth to see.
Teresa Teng Memorial Park (Yun Garden)
Teresa Teng was once a popular and most influential Chinese pop singer from Taiwan. In 1995 she died. Yun Garden becomes Teresa Teng’s eternal resting place where a place for fans and visitor to pay their respect.
No.18 Xishihu, Jinshan Dist. New Taipei City
Juming Museum is open to the public in Setpember 19, 1999. This is Taiwan’s largest outdoor art museum created by the sculptor artist Juming who spent twelve years to finish this 110,000 square meter building.
No.2 Xishihu, Jinshan Dist. New Taipei City
This majestic mountain was given the name Mt. Shitou or Lion's Head Mountain because of its northern part's resemblance to a lion's head. It is 496 meters high and is part of the foothills of Mt. Luchang. The oldest of these temples is Shryandong Yuanguang Temple built in 1894.
Huanggang Rd., Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City
The Twin Candlestick Islets initially called “Husband and Wife Rocks” by the local people. Later, because of their resemblance to candlesticks, they were renamed “Twin Candlestick Islets,” the most famous geographic feature in Jinshan.
Huanggang Rd., Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City
Jinshan God of Wealth Temple
Locating between the boundary of Jinshan and Wanli, Jinshan God of Wealth Temple, is listed, one of four prosperous God of Wealth Temples. Visiting the Jinshan God of Wealth Temple can be blessed and believed to get more fortune in the life.
No.52-2 Gongguanlun, HuangTan Village, Wanli Dist., New Taipei City
Jinshan hotspring provides four types: oceanic sandy, sulfuric, carbonic acid, temperatures of 45 to 86 degrees Celsius. These hot springs arise in the Datun geothermal zone, like those of Yangming Mountain (Yangmingshan), and are the northernmost hot springs in Taiwan.
Dharma Drum Mountain World Center for Buddhist Education
In 1989, Master Sheng Yen began to plan the founding of this solemn monastery for the future development of Buddhism and education of Buddhist talents in Taiwan. The construction was completed in October, 2005, and the monastery was named Dharma Drum Mountain because the topography of the mountain resembles a huge drum leveled on the ground.
No:14-5 7Lin. Sanjielee, Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City
Jinshan Old Street
Jinshan Old Street, is the only existing commercial street from the Qing Dynasty on the northern coast. Buildings of traditional style can still be seen here. Today, 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.
Jinbaolee Rd., Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City
Xiaoyoukeng is a post-volcanic geological landscape area and is located on Mt. Qixing's northwestern foot. It is approximately 805 meters above sea level and is famed for the fumaroles, sulfur crystals, hot springs and spectacular 'landslide terrain' formed by post-volcanic activity.
Baimiwong emplacement is located in the northwest of Keelung harbor, safeguarding the harbor with the gun emplacement on the east shore. It was an important military base since the Ching dynasty.
Transportation Information: Take National Highway No.3 from Keelung to Gangxi Access Road. Turn left to Zhongshan 4th Road and turn left to Taibai Community to the destination. Take bus no. 301 to Taibaizhuang Stop, and take a 15-minute-walk to the destination.
Fairy Cave is situated in the mountain to the northwest of Keelung Harbor. Originally, it was an eroded hole. The cave was formed after hundreds of years of abrasion by the ocean. There are carvings of Buddha on the wall and many calligraphy carving from the Ching Dynasty. Beside, at the cave mouth stands a giantic sculpture of Buddha for people to worship.
Transportation Information: Take National Highway No.3 from Keelung to Gangxi Access Road. Take Zhongshan 4th Road to Fairy Cave. Take bus no. 301 to Fairy Cave Stop.
Dawulun Gun Emplacement
Dawulun Gun Emplacement is a very important military base to safeguard the west side of Keelung Harbor. The provincial historic site was located on Tawulun Mountain. Located 231 meters above sea level, the gun emplacement looks down to Lovers Lake to the west, Dawulun Bay to the north, Keelung and East Sea to the east.
Transportation Information: Go to Lovers Lake and connect to Dawulun Gun Emplacement.
Lovers Lake Park
Lovers Lake is located at the mountainside of Dawulun Mountain at the western part of Keelung. It was the only highland lake in Keelung with dense wood, beautiful lake and refreshing scenery.
Transportation Information: Take National Highway No. 3 and get off from Jijin Interchange. Take Jijin 1st road and drive towards Jinshan. Turn right at Lane 208 to the destination. Take bus no. 505 to Lovers Lake. Walk along Lane 28, Jijin 1st Road for about 30 minutes to the destination. Take Keelung Bus in the direction of Jinshan or Wanli and get off at Lovers Lake. Walk into Lukoufen for 25 minutes to the entrance.
Jhongjheng Park was built along the mountain and close to the harbor. It is the most famous scenery in Keelung. The giant statue of Goddess of Mercy at the top of mountain becomes the guiding sign for those incoming ships, while the always-smiling Maitreya Buddha welcomes each visitors and tourists.
Transportation Information: Get off from Keelung Interchange of National Highway No.1. Take Zhongzheng Highway to the City Hall and turn right to Xiner Road. Drive along Shoushan Road to the destination. Take bus no. 101, 103, 104, or 105 to City Hall or 201, 202, or 203 to Keelung Hospital and walk to Xiner Road to the destination.
Keelung Harbor is next to the Keelung train Station locating in the center of Keelung. Viewing the prosperous harbor work among the boats is great.
Keelung Night Market
The world renowned “Keeling Miaokou” is the major attraction of Keelung’s sightseeing. Besides the famous Tenpura, Dinpientso, sandwiches, chicken rolls, butter crabs, slivered bean cakes, fresh seafood, authentic pig’s feet, stewed eel thick soup, pao pao ice etc., there are many many Taiwan’s unique taste of snacks.
All bus routes to Erxin Xunhuan Stop also lead to the destination.
Badouzih Coastal Park
Badouzih is located on a small peninsula to the northeast of Keelung City. Accordingly, it was originally an assart of the Ketagalan Tribe. Later, a fishing port was formed when the Han people moved in. In the past, the scene of sunset and fishing boats was very famous in Keelung.
Transportation Information: Badouzi Fishing Port—Get off from Keelung Interchange of National Highway No.1 to Zhongzheng Highway. Then drive along Zhongzheng Road to Badouzi Huanshan Road. Take bus no. 103 to the inter-junction of Beining Road and Diaohe Street. The Port is 20 minutes away by walking. Badouzi Park—Take bus no. 103 to the inter-junction of Beining Road and Diaohe Street. The destination is about 20 to 30 minutes walk.
Bisha Fishing Harbor
It is a well planned tourist fish market. Here, you may buy diversified fresh fish products. In addition, beside Bisha Fishing Port, the tourist fishing boats of Blue Highway is available for you to cruise the blue sea.
It is said that long time ago there were only nine families in Jiufen (Jioufen). Before the roads on land were built. Thus a habit was formed that nine pieces of same object were purchased at one time for reservation. Hence, the place was called Jiufen (Jioufen). Jiufen (Jioufen) used to the center of gold mining. The village once was gold city of Asia.