Come to the northernmost part of Taiwan and check out the ventifacts here. You can also enter the lighthouse or enjoy the view of the Laomei Green Reef.
- April is the best time to visit the Laomei Green Reef.
- An outdoor classroom for learning geology and coastal plants
- The easy coastal trail is suitable for visitors of all ages.
- Taiwan’s native lilies are in full bloom every April and May.
- Visit Taiwan's northernmost point, Fugui Cape Lighthouse
- Wait for the most beautiful sunset near the lighthouse.
▼April and May are the best time to visit the Laomei Green Reef.
▼Apart from Green Reef, do not miss Taiwan’s native lilies in full blossom.
(All photo courtesy of Agriculture Department, New Taipei City)
Capture the beauty of the sunset near the lighthouse in the summer
Fugui Cape Lighthouse, situated at the end of the cape, is the northernmost lighthouse in Taiwan. When summer comes, summer-only beautiful scenes will be unveiled. When the sun sets, the afterglow shines on the lighthouse, creating a beautiful scene much sought after by photography enthusiasts. When night falls, the starry sky also makes the place worth visiting.
Watch the ventifacts from different angles
Ventifacts, formed by wind-driven sand, are only seen in areas with strong wind, fine sand, and hard rocks. The Fugui Cape has the highest number of ventifacts in Taiwan. Most of the ventifacts have four facets; however, due to changes in wind direction and rock positions, there are different types of ventifacts here.
Services & Facilities
- Public Restroom
- Parking Lot
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
A fter Dr. Mackay arrived in Tamsui, he began missionary work and Tamsui became the origin of Presbyterian Church in Northern Taiwan. The church has a Gothic feel to it, with the glazed windows, bell tower, pointed arches and spires. The brickwork is exceptional, too. Since it was established in 1933, there has not been any dilapidation, and it is still a place where people go for service.
Shisanhang Museum of Archaeology
Located near the mouth of the Danshui River in Bali District, the Shisanhang archaeological site dates back some 500 to 1800 years to Taiwan's prehistoric time. The ancient dwellers are believed to be the ancestors of the Ketegalan people of the Pingpu aboriginal tribe. The evidence gathered from the ruins indicates that the Shisanhang dwellers had the know-how of metal making. The discovered silver, copperware, gold jewelry, and coins indicate that trade and economic activities had taken place back then.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.