The daily dazzling light projection mapping show is the No. 1 evening event in Xinzhuang and Banqiao.
- Taiwan’s longest double-span steel arch bridge.
- Walk on the transparent skywalk to challenge your visual limits.
- The light show at night is a not-to-be-missed photo occasion for classic nightscape.
- There are occasional musical performances at the bridge’s small square
Crescent Bridge has four viewing platforms with different characteristics; there are musical performances on the sky square occasionally where visitors can stroll along with the music. Towards the direction of Banqiao 435Art Zone, there is the popular skywalk. Walking on the 60-meter- long transparent walkway, Dahan River is just below your feet, challenging the limits of the visitors’ eyes!
As night falls, it’s the perfect time to visit places around Crescent Bridge, and enjoy the light projection mapping show with the theme, “Rhythm of Light.” The neon lights illuminate the graceful curve of the arch bridge; its reflection on the water surface makes it a popular photo spot for many visitors and photographers.
Hours of the nighttime light show： Winter（Oct-May）18:00-20:30，Summer（June-Sep）18:00-20:30
How to Get ThereChoose a transportation method based on your departure location.
Walking up from Jiufen Police Station, you can find the Peng Garden on the side of Shuqi Road. It used to be a recreational clubhouse for the workers at the Tauyang Gold Mine Office. Taiyang's Chairman, Mr. Yan Qinxian was concerned about the well-being of his mining employees, as they were prone to injury and pneumoconiosis due to the nature their work. Therefore, he turned the clubhouse into a hospital for the miners in 1948 - the Taiyang Mining Associate Hospital. Dr. Peng Qinghuo, who graduated from Tohoku University's Medical Department in Japan, was invited on board as the Chief of Medicine.Dr. Peng is of Hakka decent from Hsinchu. After graduating from his studies in Japan, he continued his degree for another 4 years, serving as a military doctor for Japanese soldiers sustaining injuries of war.
Hsiongkong Creek, Lah-lah Valley
Lah-lah Valley is a long, natural camping ground that lies on the path heading to Hsiongkong Creek. On all four sides are luxuriant, green trees that maintain the area’s natural scenery, and it is a popular summer destination because of the creek, filled with clear water that entices people to jump in and play.