Its website mentioned that there are free guided tour (免費導覽解說服務) at 10:00 am, 10:30 am, 2:00 pm and 2:30 pm, and are limited to groups of at least 10 pax and max 30 pax. It did mention that the guided tour may be full so interested parties should call 14 days in advance to reserve a slot. As we hadn't determined our time of visiting, we didn't call to make any reservation. When we were there at 10 am on a Friday, the information counter informed that there's no such guided tour. Either the website is incorrect or the staff at the information counter can't be bothered to answer us.
At 10 am, the park was already very crowded. There is a route map behind the tickets but we can't really view it under the glaring sun. Many tourists also ignored the queuing instructions. So, it was actually quite chaotic inside the park. The more interesting formation are located on uneven grounds so the elderlies in my group didn't venture out to see them.
We intended to spend at least two hours in the park but had to cut it short as it was too hot (not windy at all) and too crowded (end June). Think we spent more time in the seafood product market outside than in the park. The seafood product market is sheltered and located between the exit and entrance of the park. The tour group usually board the bus at the exit so the seafood product market is not crowded at all. We were very fascinated with the variety of seafood products sold there (e.g. shrimps, fish floss, seaweed, dried preserved fish etc). There are many stalls and free sample tasting so you can compare and buy the one you like at competitive prices.
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