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Notice

Vessel Safety Precautions

  1. When waiting for the boat before departure, please stand in single file by the railing on the pier or within the security rope for safety.
  2. The captain and tour guide will explain safety precautions when cruising on the lake and demonstrate how to use a life jacket.
  3. When sailing at night, the captain and staff will check whether passengers are wearing life jackets correctly.
  4. Do not consume alcohol before the activity.
On the Boat
  1. When on a boat, passengers should pay attention to the position of the lifebuoys, in case of an emergency.
  2. Tourists should be seated when admiring scenery or taking pictures on the boat to avoid rocking the vessel.
  3. Do not throw cigarette butts, rubbish and plastic bags into the lagoon.
  4. According to the restrictions on recreational activities in the water area of Dapeng Bay, each zone is only allowed to engage in assigned activities (i.e. motorized zone, non-motorized zone). Please refer to the "Zoning Restriction Announcement on Recreational Activities in Dapeng Bay Lagoon Water Area" for related activity regulations. If tourists find any violation of these rules please report to the administration at 08-8338100.
  5. People with high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma or epilepsy should not take part in any water sports.

Trails

  1. When visitors walk a trail, please keep safe, and do not interfere with the growing environment of wild animals and plants.
  2. Please wear appropriate shoes as the trails can be slippery after it rains. Pay extra attention to avoid accidents.
  3. There are no shops along the trails. Visitors should bring their own drinking water and snacks. It is strictly forbidden to cook, barbecue or set off fireworks in woodland recreational facilities.
  4. Wild mushrooms come in a wide range of shapes are rich in color, and should not be touched to avoid poisoning.
  5. A large number of caterpillars can often be seen on trails, please do not disturb them.
  6. Animals and plants are not specimens to collect. Please respect all flora and fauna you see.
  7. When admiring moths and butterflies, it is recommended that visitors carry illustrated books and binoculars to help with their observations, rather than trying to catch them.
  8. When admiring fireflies at night, do not go alone. In addition to following the previous rules, visitors should also try to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes and stay away from poisonous snakes.
  9. When admiring fireflies at night, flashlights should be covered with red cellophane to ensure visitors do not interfere with the ecological habit of the fireflies.
  10. When walking on the trail please do not swim or fish in the bay area.

Cycling Rules

Check the bike before departing on your journey
  1. Check the bike before departing on your journey
  2. Brakes: Check the brakes work properly; familiarize yourself with front and rear brakes.
  3. Tires: Check tire pressure is normal, whether the tread is worn and the tires fully inflated.
  4. Bike seat: Check the seat height is correct. For beginners, the soles of one’s feet should be able to touch the ground.
  5. Gears: Check the gears familiarize oneself with the operation of the front and rear derailleurs.
Correctly riding a bicycle
  1. When riding never take your hands off the handlebars.
  2. Avoid cycling at high-speeds when going downhill, and brake incrementally rather than sudden emergency braking.
  3. Change gears before cycling uphill sections, and do not increase force to go faster when climbing steep slopes to avoid pulling a leg muscle or damaging the gears.
Safety Rules
  1. Always wear a bike helmet when cycling.
  2. When admiring scenery, slow down or stop and concentrate on riding when going downhill to avoid being distracted by the scenery.
  3. Observe traffic rules, slow down at intersections and strictly avoid dangerous cycling such as zigzagging and sudden turns.
  4. Do not ride on slippery roads or when visibility is poor.
  5. Carrying passengers on bicycles is strictly forbidden, and visitors should cycle in single file when cycling in a group, maintaining an appropriate distance between bikes.
  6. Give way to pedestrians.

Playing in the water

  1. The water play venue should be an open bathing area with lifeguards on duty.
  2. Visitors should know their own health status and not swim when feeling hungry, too full, drunk or depressed.
  3. Before entering the water, please stretch and do warm-up exercises. Visitors can only enter the water after taking a shower. Except when swimming, visitors should wear a life jacket for safety.
  4. Do not swim in the water two days before and after a typhoon, when it is windy and the waves are big, when the bathing area is closed, or after the sun goes down (at night).
  5. Adopt the buddy system and take care of each other. One or two people should be stay on the shore to ensure safety.
  6. In the event of a shark sighting, visitors should go ashore immediately. If you receive a flesh wound or are cut when in the sea get out immediately.
  7. If attacked by a jellyfish, sea snake etc, go ashore and seek immediate treatment.
  8. If a visitor becomes trapped on a rock or a sandbar, keep calm and wait to be rescued; Alternatively, look for something that will help you float and can withstand an impact. If visitors are swept out to sea, place the object under you to avoid your body being directly hit.
  9. Swimming is not allowed in areas marked "No Swimming" and "Danger Deep Water" or in waterways, port areas, rapid flow areas, close to reef and piers.
  10. Diving is forbidden in areas where the terrain and depth of the water are unknown.
  11. When engaging in any boat related activities, visitors should choose boats that have been legally inspected, measured and are equipped with safety equipment in accordance with regulations.

Water Sports Instruction

  1. When engaging in any boating activities, be sure to wear a lifejacket when necessary, based on the instructions of the captain or crew, and follow the captain's instructions to embark and disembark.
  2. When taking a boat, avoid overloaded vessels for safety. When rowing a boat and changing positions, keep your center of gravity as low as possible, or do so when at the dock, shore etc.
  3. Surfing requires learning surfing skills, following the instructor's guidance, and undertake a thorough equipment check.
  4. When engaging in windsurfing activities, wear warm clothing, use a brightly colored sailing board and clothing, and wear a safety helmet.
  5. Snorkeling requires the use of diving masks, snorkels and fins, which must only be used after receiving guidance from a professional. If visitors want to go scuba diving, they must first undergo diving training and obtain a certificate. Two or more people should snorkel together and set up banners in the diving area.

Drowning Prevention

  1. When engaging in any boating activities, be sure to wear a lifejacket when necessary, based on the instructions of the captain or crew, and follow the captain's instructions to embark and disembark.
  2. When taking a boat, avoid overloaded vessels for safety. When rowing a boat and changing positions, keep your center of gravity as low as possible, or do so when at the dock, shore etc.
  3. Surfing requires learning surfing skills, following the instructor's guidance, and undertake a thorough equipment check.
  4. When engaging in windsurfing activities, wear warm clothing, use a brightly colored sailing board and clothing, and wear a safety helmet.
  5. Snorkeling requires the use of diving masks, snorkels and fins, which must only be used after receiving guidance from a professional. If visitors want to go scuba diving, they must first undergo diving training and obtain a certificate. Two or more people should snorkel together and set up banners in the diving area.

Beach Swimmin

  1. Swim in waters where lifeguards are on duty, and do not go beyond the safety line.
  2. When playing in water at the beach, do not rely on inflatable floats (such as swimming rings, floating beds etc.) to help you swim.
  3. Swimming in the sea is different to a swimming pool because there is a current and waves, so it takes greater stamina and physical strength to swim the same distance. Do not overestimate your capabilities and stay safe.
  4. Children are strictly prohibited from playing alone in the water.
  5. Swimming is not permitted in waterways, port areas, or near rapids, reef areas and piers.
  6. Do not swim in the water two days before and after a typhoon, when the wind is stronger and the waves larger, when the bathing area is closed, or after the sun goes down (at night).
  7. When the sun is particularly strong, use sunscreen oil or wear protective clothing, hats and sunglasses.
  8. In the wave area, when there is a big wave do not face it head on, instead dive into the water to avoid the wave or utilize the wave to push oneself at a high speed toward the shore.
  9. If objects in the water drift onto the beach, do not go barefoot to avoid being cut by sharp objects.
  10. If you receive a flesh wound or are cut while in the sea, get out immediately because sharks are particularly sensitive to blood. If one is attacked a by jellyfish, sea snake etc., go ashore immediately and seek treatment.
  11. If you hear a sudden rumbling sound in the distance and the sound grows louder and louder. It could be a tsunami, leave immediately and seek the safety of higher ground.
  12. If you see a drowning person, shout loudly for help or call 119. If you do not know lifesaving techniques do not jump into the water and try to save the individual.
  13. If one finds oneself being swept out to sea by the current, send an SOS signal to the shore, maintain physical strength and body temperature, and check whether there are any floating objects around that can help you stay afloat as you wait to be rescued.
  14. If there is an earthquake on the Pacific coast, pay special attention to the weather report and whether a tsunami alert has been issued. In such situations, keep out of the water until it is confirmed there is no tsunami.
Number of Visitors:89,609 Last Update: 2022-10-08
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