North Coast & Guanyinshan
Unfriendly to farmers and often hazardous to seafarers, this landscape is certainly dramatic - and, for that reason, very attractive to tourists.
The North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area encompasses two separate sections of North Taiwan's New Taipei City. The larger part consists of the seashore, part of the ocean, and a strip of land either side of Fuguei Cape, Taiwan's northernmost point. The smaller part of the Scenic Area is centered on the 616-meter-high mountain called Guanyinshan.
If you fly into Taipei international airport, or take a domestic flight from the south of the island to the capital, you may well see Guanyinshan before landing. An eighteen-peaked expanse of rock and greenery, crisscrossed by hiking paths and dotted by Buddhist and folk shrines, this massif stands like a sentinel looking over the mouth of the Danshuei River.
Whether you're seeking a bleak, deserted strip of shore, the sun beating down on a sandy beach, or history, culture and good food, you'll find it in the North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area.
Location：Address:No.33-6, Xiayuankeng, Demao Village, Shimen District, New Taipei City, 25341