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Bali Bike Trail

Sanxia, Taiwan
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A 4 km bike trail along riverbanks is easy riding for families and seniors as well. Visit the wharf and Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology. Take a break at a local coffee
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Bali Bike Trail
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Sylvia T wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore258 contributions52 helpful votes
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As the name suggests, rent a bicycle and cycle along the water. Alternatively, you can choose to walk. Dedicated bike and pedestrians path so no worries about getting knocked over. Loads of public toilet along the bike trail too. Good place for family activity. We took a ferry from Tamsui on a late Monday morning and only a handful of shops are open in Bali. It almost felt like we had the whole island to ourselves as there were not much people. Restaurants stop serving food at 2pm and there are not much eating options unless you like the fried streetside stuff. Pack your own lunch or head back to Tamsui for lunch after cycling.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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835JSYW wrote a review Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China67 contributions5 helpful votes
An enjoyable bike trip with family. The shop owner was kind and helpful. The weather was good and we cycled around, taking some good pictures with seaview. The boat trip to Bali was also memorable.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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LazyRose wrote a review Aug 2017
Alberta, Canada1679 contributions440 helpful votes
Definitely a great place to visit if you want to spend the day riding bikes. We were here in March and it was actually quite sunny and warm the day we visited. There's not a lot of shade on the path, so I would suggest bringing a hat and sunscreen. We rented our bikes from a shop to the left of the ferry terminal, kind of up on the hill, from an old man who seemed pretty friendly. We had to leave one of our passports there as collateral, but it wasn't an issue. We rode down to the nature trail (I think it's a mangrove park), which I think you find by following the path to the right of the ferry terminal. We stopped at some random restaurant for lunch (which was like two tables) run by some super friendly ladies who spoke no English, so we talked to them the whole time we were there with Google translate. We had a lot of fun and they kept bringing us out little things to try. No idea what the name of it was, but they told us they specialized in turkey. It was in a somewhat more industrial area, with a playground right next to it. The chain kept falling off my boyfriend's bike, so we had to go back and the guy we rented from exchanged it for us with no problems. He laughed and apologized for it. We rode down the other way, I think maybe close to the end of the trail on that side. We were probably out for a good 5 or 6 hours. When we went back to drop the bikes off it was easy and no trouble getting our passports back. The ferry is pretty frequent, so we were able to enjoy the sunset for a bit in Tamsui before heading back into Taipei.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Siufung Wu wrote a review Jan 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania134 contributions27 helpful votes
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Loved this place so much, our biking trip was very fun with a good view and a lot of stalls snack choices
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Mei L wrote a review Jun 2016
Singapore, Singapore527 contributions459 helpful votes
Head here in the evening for a pleasant stroll or bike ride along the waterfront and check out the nearby food stands for a variety of traditional snacks and small-eats after that. The promenade is a lot more pleasant than the one at Danshui but if you must, a ferry takes you across the river to Danshui for a small fee.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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