Chin-shan Travel Guide

  • Cave of One Line Sky
    Cave of One Line Sky
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  • Rocky Trail along the sea
    Rocky Trail along the sea
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  • Islets of Twin Candlesticks
    Islets of Twin Candlesticks
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    by Burtty Updated Apr 4, 2011

    One of the most interesting museum in Taiwan with the exhibition of many sculptures outdoors and indoors. Most of the works are so interesting and attracting.

    Waiting in line with scultures to enter the exhibi
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    by Burtty Updated Nov 30, 2006

    There are well-built trails in the Lion's Head Moutain Park. The main trail is easy to walk through. It leads to the cliff to view the Twin Candlesticks Rocks. Going down from the cliff, you will arrive at the beautiful costal area where the rocks lead into the sea. There is a cave which is on the passage along the rocky coast. It is quite impressive to pass through the cave and have the view of the sea from the cave.

    View of Chin Shan Town from Lion's Head Mountain Rocky Trail along the sea Cave of Cave of One Line Sky
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    by Burtty Updated Nov 30, 2006

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    On the most northern cliff of the Lion's Head Mountain, you can have the good view of the Islets of Twin Candlesticks. People are inetersted to see the special shape of the islets.

    Islets of Twin Candlesticks
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Chin-shan Restaurants

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    by Burtty Updated Nov 30, 2006

    Find a seat first and then pick up the dishes by yourself at the next-door temple.

    Favorite Dish: The duck is so juicy and delicious.

    Boiled Duck

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Chin-shan Off The Beaten Path

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    by Burtty Written Aug 23, 2004

    Chin Shan as well as its neibouring Yang Ming Shan area is where the hot spring prevails. Old Chin Shan Propraetor Hot Spring was built at the time (1939) when Japanese ruled Taiwan. It is nice to enjoy the hot spring and have a tea break in the afternoon at such a historical building with the sea views.

    Old Chin Shan Propraetor Hot Spring
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