Nature is very kind to Taiwan and has given him so many special natural landscapes. Yehliu Address Park is one of them. I have been there to know that the most famous is the Queens head. Taiwan is surrounded by the sea, after millions of years of erosion and weathering interactions, gradually formed geological wonders such as scorpion stone, candlestick stone, ginger stone, pot hole, checkerboard stone and sea cave.
Inquired in advance whether it is possible to take aerial photography. The tour guide's reply is not acceptable, because all the geological parks are naturally formed, and it is feared that objects will be destroyed.
The red warning line is marked on the ground of each shooting point. Never cross the red line. It will be blocked by the staff in the distance, and it is also for the safety of tourists.
A variety of grotesque landforms, very interesting, as long as you develop a rich imagination, it is not difficult to find, really just like you think.
Taiwan is surrounded by the sea, and the beautiful coastal landscape presents different views depending on the geographical location. Yeliu Geopark, located in Wanli District, New Taipei City, is a famous geological park in northern Taiwan. Wanli District is a long and narrow sea otter that protrudes from the north coast. After millions of years of erosion and weathering interaction, it gradually forms geological wonders such as scorpion stone, candlestick stone, ginger stone, pot hole, checkerboard stone and sea cave. The 1,700-meter-long sea otter has become Taiwan's most prestigious geological park. Coupled with the rich marine ecology and fishing village customs, it has become a famous tourist attraction with education, sightseeing and recreation functions. The symbol of
geo park is also a business card for Taiwan's tourism industry. The Queen's head itself is a sickle-shaped stone. Because of its slender neck and beautiful lines, the demeanor is like a noble queen sitting quietly. Everyone especially calls it the "Queen's Head."
Mushroom Jun's Asian travel
Queen's head is a business card of Taiwan's tourism industry. I heard it very early, but I have come to Taipei three times but have not vacated it. time. This is the most representative topography of Yehliu - the scorpion stone, which is the stone that has been eroded by the seawater for hundreds of thousands of years.
Into the wild willow, the sacred stone is tens of millions, but there is a single queen's head, standing on the swan neck and elegantly standing there. The name of the person must be very poetic, in order to get along with such a graceful name on these rocks.
The head of the Queen, who has a history of four thousand years, is naturally getting faster and faster. The official is expected to have 10-20 years, and the neck of the Queen's head will be broken due to weathering. In the event of a major earthquake, the time of strong wind breaking is even more unknown.
There are still many places like this in the world. If you dont pay attention to it, the scenery of wait and see in our mouth may suddenly disappear. Although travel does not seek speed, there should be a "decision" to see the scenery. If you want to go as early as possible, you will not leave regrets.
Taiwan is surrounded by the sea, and the beautiful coastal landscape presents different views depending on the geographical location. Yeliu Geopark, located in Wanli Township, Taipei County, is a famous geological park in northern Taiwan.
Yehliu Geopark is located on the north coast of Taipei County. Soon after entering the gate of the park, a strange landscape is presented to the tourists. Walk between the mushroom stones. It is like being in a fantasy stone forest. Despite the scorching sun, mainland tourists are still interested. In addition to mushroom stone, there are many kinds of weathered fossils and caves in various forms. They are also gradually formed through the interaction of millions of years of erosion and weathering.
For the sake of this "living life" from being destroyed, Yehliu Geopark will control the number of tourists to around 5,000 people per day, and at the peak of the tourists, it will adopt a diversion route and begin to study more scientific protection measures. Hope to let the child
You do not need to be a geology buff to enjoy the remarkable rock formations found at Yehliu Park in Taipei. This little park sits on a promontory jutting out of Taiwan's north coast, easily accessible from the city. The forces of wind and water have carved dramatic shapes out of the park's landscape. Beautiful, natural standing stones dot the golden shoreline, and over the years visitors have endowed the most memorable of them with imaginative names such as "Queen's Head" and "Fairy Slipper." A trip to Yehliu park lets you take in one of the most remarkable natural landscapes in Taiwain.