Wanli Siaoyeliou

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Neighborhood: Jingshan / Wanli District
The North Coast of Taiwan (Wanli District/ Jinshan District area) is filled with breathtakingly extraordinary rock formations, the most widely known of which is the various unique geological landscapes in Yehliu Geopark. The famous Queen’s Head, Fairy Shoe, etc., are absolute works of beauty by nature’s uncanny craftsmanship. One must also taste the authentic seafood cuisine when visiting the North Coast. Delicious dishes cooked with fresh catches are the favorite of gourmets. If you visit in fall, don’t miss the great taste of Wanli crabs. Jinbaoli Old Street is as busy as it was a hundred years ago. Here you can taste the local cuisine specials of sweet potatoes, jumping taros, etc. The area of Jinshan and Wanli is also a known hot spring resort, where you can experience hot spring baths and remove your body of fatigue and stress. The Juming Museum situated in Jinshan District gathers all of Master Ju Ming's life work in the art park. Located beside the mountains and neighboring seas, the important creations from varying periods by the sculpting master are displayed in accordance with different terrains and landscapes.

3 reviews
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Helen M
Fremont, CA33 contributions
Gui Hou Harbor Seafood
Oct 2016 • Couples
Since I wasn't able to find Gui Hou Harbor to review, which is located in the city of Wanli and famous for the Wanli crabs, I am going to put the review up under the Wanli Siaoyeliou which means it's the area where the Gui Hou Harbor is.

I have not heard of the Wanli Crab in the past so I believe this is a local thing. Before our family came out to Taiwan for our mini trip, I did some research online and read about Wanli crab in season in the months of September and October. The Wanli district is close to all the spa / hot springs area of Jinshan and Wanli, so we figured we would swing by after a nice hot spring.

Our local tour guide brought us to the Gui Hou Harbor, which I was thrilled because that's what I read online and wanted to try. We picked our seafood at the harbor market, and got seated in crowded benches/tables near the seafood stall. The harbor market is made of many different seafood stalls so you can compare prices if you'd like. We order crabs, clams, fried rice, seaweeds, and fish roes. They are all so fresh and delicious, especially the crab. The people are very nice there and taught us how to eat the crabs since they were just steamed fresh as a whole. It was surely a great experience.

After the meal we went to a local milk tea boba shop. Their milk tea is really great. With a place full of hospitality and great food, I definitely would want to come back again!
Written November 2, 2016
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Jakarta, Indonesia114 contributions
Rocks and Seafoods
Aug 2015 • Family
Must try the seafood, so so so fresh and delicious. The crabs, prawns, fried rice, steamed-fish, etc are yummies. And for the drinks, you can try bubble tea in the other store beside the restaurant. After taking lunch, visit the amazing rocks formed by volcanic lava through millons of years.
Written August 21, 2015
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Mermaid Waters, Australia242 contributions
Good not only for tourists but ecotourists
Feb 2015 • Family
This Geopark was the remnant of a geological disturbance about 20 million years ago. You will be stupefied by the natural formation of sedimentary rocks and their laying. Many many valuable geological features are found here and the surrounding areas. Good for nature lovers. But there are too many many tourists mainly from the mainland, even on weekdays! Some of them disobeyed the rules and trespassed on dangerous zone!
Written February 18, 2015
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