In 1998, the Shisanhang Museum was erected at the archaeological site, showcasing the prehistoric relics to visitors. The Bridge of Time allows visitors to travel through time into Shisanhang's culture.
The award-winning architecture adopts an archaeological theme and reflects the voyage of the early travelers from the mainland to Taiwan. Situated at the foot of Guanyin Mountain and facing Danshui River, the Shisanhang Museum affords a beautiful view from a great vantage point.
In addition to visiting the museum, one can also visit the mangrove conservation area nearby, go for a bike ride along the river, and take the Blue Highway Ferry.
source: Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportasion and Communication
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Liulang Road Scenic Trail
The Liulang Road Scenic Trail is one of the busiest tourist routes in the Shuinandong/Jinguashi/Jiufen region. The name ;Liulang; originates from the term "liu-long;, which is a local slang for gondola lifts. In the past, traffic problems in Jiufen led to the construction of a light rail connecting Ruifang to Jinguashi, but a stretch of terrain that became Liulang Road of today proved too steep for rail construction, so a gondola was built to transport passengers between the light rail stations.In principle, the Liulang Road Scenic Trail follows the original route of the light trail and gondola. The cliffs en route consist mainly of tough rocks. These rocks house gold urns containing the remains of past gold miners.
Yunsen Waterfall is actually a portmanteau of the “Yunxin” (Cloud Heart) and “Shenshan” (Forest Mountain) waterfalls. The “Sisters Waterfall” is also included by some people to make up the “Three Falls of Yunsen.” All three waterfalls are located on the upper reaches of the Zhongkeng River. The Zhongkeng River is a tributary of Dabao River. The Dabao River flows into Sanxia River, which in turn joins the Dahan River before becoming Tamsui River. The waterfalls have a plentiful supply of water that cascades from the top of the rocks to form two curtains. The forest greenery makes the waterfall look even more delightful. Visitors can make their way to the bottom of the falls then look up for an even more awe-inspiring view.