Information on hot spring resorts is shown below:
Take the “862 Taiwan Tourist Shuttle- Crown Northern Coastline” going towards “MRT Tamsui Station” from “Jiatouli (Hot Spring Area)” and disembark at “MRT Tamsui
Station”, then transfer to Taipei MRT and arrive at Taipei Main Station.
If a Taxi is needed, mobile phone roaming service can be applied in advance and dial 55688 for taxi (the largest Taxi chain in Taiwan-Taiwan Taxi); or contact Taiwan Taxi Tourism Association for reservation.
Phone : +886-989975858
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
Tamsui River Mangrove (Hongshulin) Conservation Area
Located quite near the Hongshulin MRT station (the station just before the Tamsui Terminus) is the Hongshulin mangrove swamp, the largest area of homogenous mangrove swamp of a type called shuibitzai ; kandelia candel in Chinese. This type of mangrove, which is usually found in estuaries, has adapted to the salty waters that wash in with the tides.
Sanxia Blue Tie-dye
Blue Dye is a traditional Taiwanese cloth dying technique. Woad, once the cash crop of Taiwan was used as colorant. Crisscrossing blue and white flower cloth was made after a complicated dying procedure. Sanxia used to be the center of the cloth dying industry of Taiwan during the late Qing dynasty. Up until this day, one can still see plaques of dye workshop along the street. Almost every family is into cloth dying work at the time, and there are different features and formulas in each one. The Sanxia Cloth Dying industry no longer has the glamour that it used to have, but many of the dying architectures were preserved. The Sanxia Dye Workshop (Blue Dye Display Center) was established for the blue dye culture. The most important thing besides understanding blue dye culture here is to experience blue dyes DIY, creating your own very unique blue dye product!