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Member Reviews (10)
- Yehliu ParkMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 1May 15, 2013
I spent half of my day at this park. I am still amazed by this master of artwork by mother nature. You need to be patient because there are so many tourists taking photos everywhere and it is difficult to find the right angle at the perfect moment.
- Yehliu ParkApr 04, 2013
Cool formations but full of tourists. Go off the beaten path and hike up to the lookout through the Yehliu Park (there's a trail somewhere in there). Not many people go through the hike so it's quite nice having it all to yourself. The roads are paved and there's an area to look out into the ocean where the winds are crisp and high (but welcomed!).
- Yehliu ParkMember ofBudget TravelersAdventure TravelersDec 19, 2012
Great place to visit! North of Taiwan and not difficult to get to. If you have more than a few days in Taipei and would like to check out the beautiful scenery that this island has to offer, this is a must. Many of the locals seek out this spot for wedding photos.
The rock formations are very unique and come in quite the variety. I visited during a torrential downfall and still quite enjoyed my time! The views here are very unique and right by the water makes it absolutely breathtaking. You won't be disappointed!
- Yehliu ParkFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
If you have the extra time and nothing else to do in Taipei, I might recommend Yehliu. The ocean is close to beautiful and some of the rock formations are nice to marvel at for a few seconds. But in order to get close to the Queen's Head and take a picture next to it, you have to wait out in the hot sun in a long line. 위정 said that you could get closer to some of the more interesting rocks a few years ago, but now there is a red line drawn that you cannot pass. So the rocks are too far to take a picture next to. Interesting to glance at, but is it worth the hour bus ride? Only if you have the extra time, I think.