Favorite thing: The Huching Island is about one nautical miles from Tungpan Island. The center of the island is low and flat while basalt rock pillars rise high on the east and west coasts. At low tides, a view of the sea catches the shallow, tranquil and clear sea water. Thus the name of "Clear Water of Tiger Well", once named one of the eight famous scenic spots of Penghu.
Favorite thing: The southernmost island of the Penghu Archipelago is Chimei island, where characterized by residences built in stone and spectacular basalt columns. It was named after seven local beauties who, according to legend, killed themselves by jumping into a well rather than lose their chastity to marauding pirates. The site of the well is now revered as the tomb of the seven.
Favorite thing: Chiangchun Island is the most prosperous fishing village in the South Sea, and is called "Little Hong Kong". The giant rock on Sailboat Island to the east takes the shape of a sailboat, a magnificent view that can be seen from a great distance.
Favorite thing: Wangan Island is called currently "honeymoon island" by young tourists. The islands highest elevation, Tiantai Hill is composed by large expanses of green pasture upon which cattle graze. On the western side of the peak is an indentation in the rock which is said to be the footprint of Liu Dung-bin, one of the legendary Eight Immortals of China. On the western side of the island, Chungshe Village has a well-preserved group of Ching Dynasty houses. The seashores on the east and west provide green turtles a perfect place for reproducing. The beach is the best choice for water sports.
Favorite thing: On the north side of Kupo Island abounds with laver, on the east is fish farms. Some rare birds inhabit in this island. The island is also an excellent destination for water sports, such as banana boat, yachting, sea fising, and etc.
Favorite thing: Chipei Island is the bigges island in the north of Penghu. Basalt terrace plains and an extended desert are both featured in the topography of this island. The Shawei bay in the southwest side of Chipei is famous for a golden sand beach extending several kilometers. You can easily spend a whole afternoon with the fun-filled activities in the summer.
Favorite thing: About 6 nautical miles from Makung, Tungpan Island is named because it looks like barrel plates. The island is composed of walls of basalt columns. These spectacular formations have given the island its nickname ¡§Penghu¡¦s Yellowstone Park¡¨, especially the sea-eroded plain, known as the "Lotus Terrace", on the southwest side of the island. The waters surrounding Tungpan offer magnificent sea views, where a paradise of divers.
Fondest memory: There were many historical houses at the Hua Jai Village on Wang An Island. The one shown on the picture had made their window with the shape of the book because the ancient Chinese has great reputation to reading.
Fondest memory: Chen's House at Erh Kan Village on the West Island is an beautiful historical building. It was well decorated. The west island (Hsi Yu) is at the north west of Ma Kung. There is the bridge over the seas so you can reach here through the highway from Ma Kung.
Fondest memory: Wang An Island is at the south of Ma Kung. You can take the boat from Ma Kung to Wang An. The preserved big turtles will climb to this beach and will lay their eggs here. This is also one of the beautiful beach in Peng Hu Islands.
On the right lies the old bridge abandoned in 1996.
Fondest memory: Get off the car , motorcycle or whatever you take, walk along the bridge and enjoy the great engineering.
Favorite thing: Cactus is also the common plant in Peng Hu Islands because there are not much rain and the wind is strong here. You can even find the ice cream with the cactus flavor here.
Favorite thing: The chrysanthemum and the cactus are the most common plants on the islands. You can see many tiny yellow chrysanthemum on the fields. Chrysanthemum is also the symbol of Peng Hu Islands.
Fondest memory: Ji Bei Island is at the North East of Ma Kung. You can reach there by the boat. There are some small villages there. You can see they built the old house with the coral reef stones.
Favorite thing: San Shui beach is at the south of Ma Kung. You can see very white sands on the beach. It is just one of many beaches in Peng Hu.