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Maobitou Park

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Maobitou
Maobitou Park
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A coastal geological wonder
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As a result of the movement of the waves on the limestone reef coast, the terrain of this area resembles a crouching cat looking out at the sea. The inshore fishermen of Taiwan used to refer to the prominent cape as a nose (“bi” in Chinese). Therefore, it was named "Mao(cat)-bi(nose)-tou (head)" (Maobitou), meaning "cat's nose"!

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Number of Visitors:13,942 Last Update: 2019-09-16
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