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Lintou Park

Lintou Park

The beach in front of Lintou Park stretches across four villages, including Jianshan, Wuni, Lintou, and Aimen. Rounding to a total of over 3000m, it is the longest beach in entire Penghu, and surrounding the south coast of Hushi Township, presenting a spectacular view. The sand on the beach is thin and smooth, the water is clear and clean, it is a beautiful “white coral fragment sand beach”.

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Aimen Beach

Aimen Beach

Aimen Beach is composed of beautiful white sand, fragments of corals and shells, and remains of foraminifera. It is now a major spot for water activities such as jet skiing and banana boating.

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Tongpan Geology Park

Tongpanyu is 6 nautical miles off the coast of Magong Island; the entire island is surrounded by columnar basalts of clear lines, the columnar joints is the most enriched in Penghu, and has long been known as the "Yellowstone Park of Penghu".

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Hujing Recreation Area

Hujing Recreation Area

Hujingyu sits seven nautical miles off the coast of Magong City, and  takes about 25mins by boat. The seventh largest island in Penghu is flat and low in the center. Rising up on the east and west, with basaltic transverse joints lined up along the steep coast, it creates a magnificent sight. When the tide ebbs, look down onto the sea and you will see shallow, still,  and clear water. That is what makes this place, “Hujing Clear Pool”, one of the eight most renowned sights in Penghu.

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Snakehead Hill

Snakehead Hill

Snakehead Hill is located on the top of Fenggui peninsula. For the demand of trading business, Dutchmen built the first western style castle in Taiwan in 1622—ever since they invaded Taiwan. Afterwards, batteries and forts were built in different periods. Now, monuments in memory of French soldiers killed in battles and war relics still remain there.

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Fongguei Cave

Fongguei Cave

Fengguei is the most remote fish village on the journey through southern Penghu, and as a result of the many changes which have taken place in the seaside cliffs as a result of the incessant incursions of the tide, natural trenches and boreholes have formed; every time the east wind adds to the tides, the tidal waters enter the trenches, and the boreholes make a sound comparable to that of an earthquake, after which spray is thrown a few meters out of the boreholes, for which they are named in Chinese.

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Shihli Beach

Shihli Beach

Shihli Beach is situated on Fongguei Peninsula, down the south end of Magong City, the beach on the southwest side extends over 1km, it is a sand beach of scale in Penghu, as well as the most beautiful lido in Penghu, comparable even against Waikiki in Hawaii; enjoyments including soft white sand, sun bathing, water activities, and snorkeling; in the future, water activities including water-skiing, parasailing and water motorcycle.

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Shanshuei Beach

Shanshuei Beach

Shanshuei used to be called "sow in water". One of the origins is: There was once a sow on the beach and got dragged into sea by a giant octopus, so the place was called "sow in water". During the Japanese colony, it was renamed "sow water", and then “Shanshuei” after the Restoration.

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Caiyuan Leisure Fishery Farm

Caiyuan Leisure Fishery Farm

During the early days of land reclamation in Ch’ing Dynasty, the terrain here was relatively lower with abundant water resource and rich fertile soil, green vegetables were growing lushly in large patches, so the place was named "Caiyuan" ("cai: means vegetable, "yuan" means "garden"). Caiyuan is situated southeast of Magong Island, close to the inner bay northeast of the inland sea; the rich oceanic resources housed here enables a diversified ecology park, including culture fishery, wetland ecology and shallow coral ground.

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Penghu Visitor Center

Penghu Visitor Center

Offer introductions of Penghu’s tourism resources, journey consultation, multi media playing, wash up, wireless network.

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