If you live in northern Taiwan and are still thinking about where to go on a weekend getaway, consider visiting one of the three most #Instaworthy spots on the north coast! The beautiful scenery of the coastline will definitely leave you impressed and recharge your mind.
Baoshi Mountain is 260 meters above sea level. It was named “Baoshishan Lookout” during the Japanese colonization era because it was an important observation ground. This trail not only offers beautiful scenery but also a chance to enjoy the sunrise. Once you arrive at the observation deck, you can see as far as Keelung Mountain, Teapot Mountain, Yin and Yang Sea, Jinshui Highway and Jinguashih.
How to get there? | 地點：新北市瑞芳區祈堂路53號 ｜Adress：No. 53, Qitang Rd., Ruifang Dist., New Taipei City 224, Taiwan
“Nanya Rock” is a fantastic location on the northern coast road of Ruifang. The peculiar sea erosion and weathered geographical landscape offer, without a doubt, an #Instaworthy view!
How to get there? | 地點：新北市瑞芳區北部濱海公路224號｜Address: 224, New Taipei City, Ruifang District
水湳洞陰陽海｜Shuinandong＆Yin and Yang Sea
This unique geographical landscape is located in the coastal area of the northeast corner of Taiwan. The beautiful dreamy color of the seawater partnered with a beige mineral, pyrite, makes this the most famous U-shaped rock! Some people call this rock “The Big Bad Wolf and the Little Lambs” because of its shape!