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Longpan Park

A wooded hiking trail
Longpan Park
A vast open view
A good place to watch the expansive sea and the sky

The western area is comprised of the Hengchun Terrace and the coral reef cliffs facing the ocean, while underneath are the skirt-like coral reefs. The topographic features include low hills in the north, and coral reef terraces and skirt-like reef coasts in the south. By contrast, the topographic features of the eastern area include isolated mountains, uplifted reefs, cliffs, skirt-like reefs, limestone caves, sea-shell sands, river outlets, and lakes. The features of the eastern area are so full of diversity that it makes an excellent outdoor classroom for teaching topography.

This area is a coral limestone tableland with landscapes eroded by rainwaters. The wide grassland is perfect for watching various beautiful scenes, such as the winding coasts, slumping cliffs, sunrises, sunsets, and shining stars.

Services & Facilities

  • Parking lot

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Opening Time: All day


Number of Visitors:10,704 Last Update: 2019-07-26
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