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Taijiang Liukong Service Station (including Visitor Center)(台江六孔管理站(含遊客中心))

Updated:2018-12-13

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Introduce

The view of the sunset at the Taijiang Liukong Service Station (台江六孔管理站) every evening is dazzling. As well as riding fishing rafts around Qigu Lagoon (七股潟湖), next door is the Taijiang National Park Management Station (台江國家公園的管理站), which includes a tourist center. This is the primary site for Qigu Seafood Festival(七股海鮮節) held every year, and its most popular clamming event always attracts families from all over to enjoy the delights of simultaneously catching clams and washing their pants. Participants must line up on the shore, roll up their sleeves and prepare to showcase their clamming talent. When the time comes to enter the water, they step barefoot into the shallows, feeling for clams in the mud with the soles of their feet, hoping to fill their bucket with clams. This particularly interesting water event always makes the kids reluctant to leave.

Information

TEL +886-6-7880220

Address , Qigu Dist., Tainan City Taiwan, R.O.C

Category Natural View

Opening Hours Free entry 7:00~16:30 Closed on Monday

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Traveler rating:4.0 110 Reviews Write a Review

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  1. 0 Terrible
  2. 0 Poor
  3. 14 Average
  4. 55 Very good
  5. 41 Excellent

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  1. 46 Families
  2. 24 Couples
  3. 11 Solo
  4. 4 Business
  5. 18 Friends
  • Erico2709

    Singapore, Singapore

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Educational cruise

    Traveler rating:4 2018-12

    I guess lots of people take the Sihcao Green Tunnel boat ride but a good alternative is just across the road to the river cruise. The tour guide was really informative and knowledgeable on the surroundings and details. Unfortunately, she only speaks Mandarin.
  • 588phis

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Traveler type:

    Business

    Interesting attractions here

    Traveler rating:4 2018-12

    This is a national park established by the government to protect the wildlife from being displaced from their natural habitat. The main attractions here are Sicao tunnel, salt mountain, lagoons and the sunset at the beach.
  • peijeiw

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Pretty nice park

    Traveler rating:5 2017-11

    Biggest park I've been to yet, even though I'm sure there are bigger ones out there. It's quite relaxing and offers a lot of photo shoot opportunities.
  • Victron23

    Gloucester, United Kingdom

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Quick stopover from Anping

    Traveler rating:3 2017-11

    We were in Anping so hopped on the number 99 bus to take us to to the National park. The stop was on Anbei Road, in front of the school playing area (the Anping Treehouse site is just behind that). The bus fare was $18 and it took 15-20 mins to the Dahjong Temple Stop. From here you can go to the boat kiosk - they do two boat trips: one 70 mins, one 30 mins up the mangroves- both cost $200. We did the mangroves - it didn’t look as though anyone was doing the longer tour so not sure whether you’d have to wait a while for that one to leave. We went on a Friday and boats left regularly for the shorter tour, we waited for one or two to fill to board. Mangroves are pretty- saw some crabs, tour guide on boat is in Chinese. Walked up the nearby river walk but not impressive. Temple is beautiful. Note on weekdays there are only three buses out and returning, so you’ll be there about 2 hours. We found this sufficient time to see what we did. Timetable is online.
  • Navigator811068

    Kobe, Japan

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Worth it

    Traveler rating:4 2017-03

    Take the tour boat tour Taijiang has a more different experience ~ Thank you, the local tour brother explained a lot of Tainan history and four grass story, interspersed with many small interesting people can not wait to grow in Tainan !! Thank you for the guidance of these groups and volunteers for Taiwan's cultural heritage and environmental conservation efforts, I hope the people of Taiwan can protect their homes to make it more rich and diverse!

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