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Serpent Head Mountain

Fenggui Road, Magong City, Magong 880, Taiwan
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Story with Dutch in 17 Century

I would like to share a story happened in 1622. An officer of VOC (Dutch East India Company), he... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2015
Roxie C
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Penghu, Taiwan
I couldn't find the serpent

No serpents here. But there are quite a few points you can spend about an hour at... there's a... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2015
Topherchan
,
Ipoh, Malaysia
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16 Oct 2015
“Story with Dutch in 17 Century”
27 May 2015
“I couldn't find the serpent”
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Fenggui Road, Magong City, Magong 880, Taiwan
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Reviewed 17 October 2015

I would like to share a story happened in 1622. An officer of VOC (Dutch East India Company), he heard the Spanish would take over Formosa soon, so he gave Cornelis Reijersen an order : trying to establish a trading point in Pescadores or Formosa...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2015

No serpents here. But there are quite a few points you can spend about an hour at... there's a memorial for the French boat sinking, something by the Dutch and also the Japanese. Excellent place to watch the sun set, as well as a place...More

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Reviewed 6 May 2015

Nice views with a story behind this historic place. It was windy drive up the hill but the surroundings were serene and you would be rewarded with the gusts of sea wind and feeling of being at the top of the world.

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Reviewed 19 October 2014

Also known as Snakeshead Hill this sits at the end of the peninsula. It includes two poignant memorials and a great look out over the bay. There are well laid out wooden walkways but also some steep steps involved

Thank elsiek
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