Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf
Enjoy the magnificent sunset, not to be missed romantic night scene at Lover’s Bridge.
- Beautiful sunset at Lover’s Bridge.
- Go up Lover's Tower for a 360-degree panoramic sea view.
- The embankment cafes are favorite dating spots for couples.
- Overlook the beautiful sunset at sea from the wooden boardwalk.
- Take a ferry to Bali or Tamsui Old Street to embark on a Blue Highway journey.
Walk on Lover’s Bridge to enjoy the sunset and night scene
The 165 meters long famous “Lover’s Bridge” is the landmark of Fisherman’s Wharf. The single-sided cable-stayed bridge that resembles a white sail spans the wharf and connects the boardwalk and the tourist fish market. In the evening, crowds will gather here for the beautiful view as the sun sets over the sea. As night falls, the white bridge transforms into a colorful bridge as light shines on it. It is also one of the must-visit night scenes of Tamsui.
Shopping, seafood and cafe
After crossing the Lover’s Bridge, one will arrive at the Tourist Fish Market. Tourists can choose the fresh catch and hand it to the stores to have them prepared. There are also shops that sell various kinds of creative gifts and art street. The wooden boardwalk and embankment cafes along the shore are also favorite dating spots.
Go up the Lover's Tower to enjoy the 360-degree panoramic sea view
Fullon Hotel neighbors the Fisherman's Wharf; it resembles a giant cruise ship. Together with the tall rotating observation tower, “Lover's Tower,” it has become the local landmark and popular check-in spot. The top of Lover's Tower, which is a hundred meters in height, offers an excellent “360-degree panoramic sea view of Fisherman's Wharf”. With just a 6 minutes’ ride, visitors can enjoy Tamsui’s beautiful scenery at different times.
At the entrance of Lover's Tower on the first floor is a big red heart-shaped sculpture, “Love in Tamsui.” As colorful lights shine on it at night, the place becomes extremely romantic. Do capture the moments with your loved ones when visiting the place!
Services & Facilities
- Viewing Deck
- Public Restroom
- Parking Lot
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
Wulai Atayal Museum
The “Wulai Atayal Museum” is a special place for displaying the history, culture and customs of the Atayal tribe. The rich museum collection and excellent exhibitions enable visitors to learn more about the indigenous culture through easy-to-understand edutaining ways. More importantly, the museum offers free admission and two fixed-time guided tours (10:00 and 14:00). In this three-story museum, the origins, tradition and culture, customs, religions and beliefs, and festivities of Wulai and the Atayal tribes are explained in detail. On the first floor, artefacts regarding the origins, migration, and hunting and the natural ecology of Wulai are presented. On the second floor, the face tattoo culture is explained: face tattoo is an important ritual in Atayal culture, only men and women with hunting and weaving skills were qualified for face tattoo and marriage. On the third floor, the daily life implements and traditional crafts of the Atayal tribe are displayed.
Pothole is formed by the rubbing and dissolving by gravels and river stream against the riverbed. In terms of pothole formations, the most developed example in Taiwan is the Keelung River Valley in the vicinity of Dahua Station. Tourists can take a peak along the riverside and find all sorts of potholes along the riverbed. All the weirdly shaped craters are a display of wonders of nature.