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Stop At: Yehliu Geopark, 207, Taiwan, New Taipei City, Wanli District, 港東路167-1號
Yehliu Geological Park (野柳地質公園) resides within a cape 1.7km long and is home to some of the most famous eroded rock formations in the world.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Chiufen (Jiufen Old Street), Jishan Street, New Taipei 22450 Taiwan
With an unmatched old town atmosphere and seaside flair, Jiufen (九份) is a must see spot when visiting northern Taiwan. Always teeming with tourists, you might notice that Japanese people make up a huge proportion of the crowds gathered. Many are keen to catch a glimpse of the setting of Hayao Miyazaki's Academy Award winning “Spirited Away”, especially the iconic red lanterns. This is also a film mecca for lovers of Taiwanese film, especially fans of Hou Hsiao-hsien's “A City of Sadness” (悲情城市), which utilized Jiufen as the backdrop to the events of the 228 Incident. Given Hou’s recent award of Best Director in the 2015 International Cannes Film Festival for his new film “The Assassin”, we expect even more people will make their way here in years to come.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Shu Shin Bou Wagashi Museum, No. 55號, Guoji Road, Tucheng District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 236
Wagashi are symbolic of Japan’s cake culture and art. To introduce these treats, Shu Shin Bou has constructed a tourism factory that highlights the history of wagashi, the culture associated with them, and the production apparatus. There are also DIY activities where children and adults can display their creativity by making wagashi or learning the steps of mochi production.
Duration: 30 minutes