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The Qingshui Cliff rises more than 800 meters out of the turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean and the color of the ocean is particularly impressive on a sunny day. It is located about 30km north of Hualien and 10km north of the entrance of...More
We organised a taxi (not very cheap transport) at our accommodation to take a ride to Qingshui cliffs. I must admit that the cliffs are spectacular and the azure of the sea was simply amazing. Check my photos.
You can get there on your own...More
This place is definitely stunning, never seen anything like that before. In the whole park of Taroko, it was my favourite scenic view and by far! If you don't go there, you're missing the whole thing!
Since getting there is really hard, I advice you...More
Designated in 1953 as "One of the Eight Wonders of Taiwan," these towering coastal cliffs extend 13 miles from Chundgu to the town or Heren on the Su-Hua Highway. Composed of marble and schist walls, they rise vertically from the Pacific Ocean, with an average...More
Wasn’t sure I could be bothered to visit this given the lack of public transport, short time and little funds I had left - but it’s just a short taxi ride away along the coast to a few beautiful areas around the cliffs. Cost me...More