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If you are interested in Chinese-Japanese war history, you may visit this place, because it has a warship ( Japanese destroyer) and you can see the weapons they have used against Chinese warship. It is interesting to see photos of sailors of that warship and...More
There's an ocean park, a beach, a statue of a mermaid and her lover on a lion, and an old Japanese destroyer (that people couldn't board, sadly). It's a trip over a mountain if you're not staying in the area (there are hotels nearby). Yeah,...More
The most appealing statue was a mermaid with her lover sitting on a lion. I don't know I am giving the correct explanation of the statue or not, but this is what I understood when I saw the statue. History will sure be different. The...More
Was there on May Day, saw many cannon shooters of this giant ship! Overall, I believe that's the hallmark of the battle ships. Then along the beach shore you can find bikers riding around the square and others talking, walking, drinking. Good place to socialise...More
This is a very pleasant location for a stroll or to sit at a quayside cafe and watch the people and boats. Fisherman's Wharf is a curious mixture of Disney-style buildings around a working fishing port with a separate harbour for posh motor yachts. It...More