I’m not sure whether the small town of Fulong on Taiwan’s Northeast Coast is more famous for its beach or its eponymous lunch box, but no visit there is complete without experiencing both of them. Continue reading Beaches and Lunch Boxes at Fulong
The rocks may be golden in color at the Golden Falls on the road from the Nanya rock formations up to the village of Jinguashi, but this is due to ferric oxide and other pollutants from the old mines reacting with the water rather than a sign that a lode of the precious metal may be hidden somewhere close by. Continue reading Jinguashi Golden Falls
Singing to an ocean Continue reading Nanya Rock Formations
All along the watchtower. Continue reading Nanya Rock Formations
The most northerly scenic spot on the Northeast coast of Taiwan, Nanya is famous for its stunning formations of sandstone rocks and boulders that have been transformed into a myriad of weird and wonderful shapes and hues by the raging waters of the Pacific Ocean. Continue reading Nanya Rock Formations
A brief video tour of Minchuan Old Street in Sanxia.