Yuweng Island is the second-largest island in the Penghu archipelago, which is also called Xiyu, or “West Island.” With a geological marvel and the history, you can find some impressive basalt-column here.
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Taiwan is known as the fruit kingdom, one of the largest fruits suppliers to many countries. So, don't forget to try some in-season fruits in your trip to Taiwan. You’ll get to taste different varieties of pineapples throughout the year.
Green Island has incredibly clear water and is definitely on the bucket list for snorkeling or diving enthusiasts.
There is an abundance of coral reefs, tropical fish, as well as other colorful sea creatures.
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Orchid Island, known locally as Lanyu, is one of the world’s top destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling. The Island lies off the southeast coast of Taiwan. It is also famous for the Yami(Tao) culture.
Dongju Lighthouse was built in 1872 to guide ships. A unique feature of the lighthouse is a low 30-meter wall connecting the lighthouse to an adjoining building that allowed workers to move back and forth during storms without their kerosene lanterns blowing out.
The perfect place to "wear your heart on your sleeve" - Qimei Island is the southernmost island in the Penghu archipelago.
The Twin Hearts Stone Weir on Qimei Island is not only one of the most unique cultural treasures of Penghu, but also the most romantic one. 💖💖💖