Currently, your browser does not support JavaScript. For full functionality of this page, please enable JavaScript.
Printer-friendly :
Press Ctrl+P to print
Back to top :
Press [Home] to go back to page top
Setting font size:
For IE6, press ALT+V → X → (G) max. (L) large (M) medium (S) small (A) min. to choose a font size.
For IE7 or Firefox, press Ctrl+ (+) or (-) to change the font size.
Member login :
If you need to log in, please go to the log-in page for members

Language :

Dapeng Bay Bridge

Add to Favorites 16696

If Dapeng Bay Bridge was built to fulfill the two local neighborhood residents' needs, the freedom that came along must be the fruit of this most considerate-ever public infrastructure design in Taiwan.

Dapeng Bay Bridge links up Nanping and Jialian Neighborhoods. It is 579 meters long and 30 meters wide, inaugurated in March 2011. A unique three-dimensional cable-stayed bridge, it looks like a sailing boat from the sides and a letter A from the back. Most importantly, it is Taiwan's first bridge that can open up and fold down.

Dapeng Bay is in fact a bag-shaped lagoon. Below the bridge is the lagoon's only outlet to the seas. Although setting up the bridge is helpful to land transport, it may hinder the area's developments as a leisure yacht and sailboat port. As a result, the bridge was designed to be an "opening" bridge. It can go up 75 degrees, with a 20 meters gap. The "bridge-opening shows" have been must-sees among holiday visitors.

Lift time of the Dapeng Bay Bridge:

March – September: 17:00 on weekends and national holidays
October –February: 16:30 on weekends and national holidays

Light shows that change colors every day:

Summer (March – September): 19:00 – 22:00
Winter (October – February): 18:00 – 21:00

The five-minute dynamic rainbow light show is presented every hourly. The radiating light illuminates the bay’s evening sky like a rainbow.

For the latest info, please visit the Administration’s website.

Services & Facilities

  • Parking lot

Dapeng Bay Accessible Tours
Itinerary Dapeng Bay Accessible Tours
Enjoy a two-day accessible tour in Dapeng Bay and Little Liuqiu
Itinerary Enjoy a two-day accessible tour in Dapeng Bay and Little Liuqiu
Number of Visitors:16,696 Last Update: 2020-03-06
0 Back to Top