Day 1 Traffic Updates
- Traffic Route Shimen (Stone) ArchLocated about 29 kilometers along the No. 2 Provincial Highway is Shimen (Stone) Arch. This is not a cave at all, but a stone arch formed by erosion. Standing at the side of the highway, it offers an excellent spot to look out at the sea. On top of the stone arch there are seats and what remains of a gun emplacement.
- Traffic Route Laomei Green ReefW hen you see the pictures of Laomei, you would think they have been photoshopped. However, when you get the chance to visit the site in person, you will find that the picture’s beauty is no exaggeration. Ages ago, the volcanic eruption of Datun Mountain formed a volcanic reef by the seashore.
- Traffic Route Fugui Cape LighthouseFugui Cape Lighthouse is the northernmost landmark on Taiwan Island. It was built in 1897 and stands at 14.3 meters high. All the building materials were shipped from Japan and its black-and-white exterior is very eye-catching, so much so you can see it from miles away! As a functioning lighthouse, the tower is equipped with a foghorn that guides the sailors home when it gets misty at sea.
- Traffic Route Qianshui BayShortly after you enter Sanzhi by taking Freeway No.2, you will know you have arrived in Qianshui Bay when you see the blue sea and a wide sand beach. Beside the clean sand beach, you can also enjoy the ocean view at a special sight-seeing seawall. Timber trails and parking lots are very well organized. Qianshui Bay is a very popular attraction in the summer.