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Northeast of Chengdong Town, Taitung County, Taiwan
+886 8 985 4097
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“arch bridge” (6 reviews)
“pebble beach” (6 reviews)
“the east coast” (10 reviews)
Northeast of Chengdong Town, Taitung County, Taiwan
+886 8 985 4097
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1 - 10 of 93 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a fun little break in our driving trip. South of here it was difficult to find easily accessible beaches where you can walk and hang out enjoying the sea views. We were amused that the rocky beach was aptly named "pebble beach". The...More

Thank Tralmix
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Great view of the Pacific. Very enjoyable stroll around the islet. Good location for some photo taking.

Thank samkoh1975
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Worth the visit as part of a bus pass tour from Taitung. If it's windy, there are dramatic views of the ocean. The bridge is unusual too.

Thank Dave M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Not advisable to visit during heavy moonsoon rain season because it would be cordoned off by costal guard. Nothing special just a custer of islands joined with arch shaped link bridge. Can notice some locals braving the strong waves to fish.

Thank 919pang 9
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

An offshore islet formed by wave erosion. Understand that the place used to be a military control zone but has been designated a scenic area. Nice beach with clear blue sea. The bridge is made of 8 arches which connects to the far end island....More

Thank zen_lwz
Reviewed 11 October 2017

This is definitely one of the must-visit of Taitung. A eight cross-sea arch bridge connects Sanxiantai and Taitung, where you can be amazed by the stunning ocean view. There is a trail around Sanxiantai, too. If you have time, walking around Sanxiantai can offer you...More

Thank Wen Chi C
Reviewed 12 September 2017

This bridge I have been there for at least 3 times. And I love this place. No easy to cross the bridge as you have to go up & down for 8 times. After the bridge, you must continue to walk to the back of...More

Thank JPCH
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

Quite a long way from taitung city, but is really worth it. The sea is clean and the view is nice.

Thank 弼涵 張
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Here is a famous scenic area of Taitung county, stop by here sitted down on the beach fulls with pebble stone, and enjoy the wind flow over from the pacific ocean. You can cross over a nine arch bridge to reach to another small island,...More

Thank 法克桑
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Signage to the scenic area of Sanxiantai is clearly marked off Highway 11 and leads you to the visitor centre and vast carpark. Before you embark on the dragon-like bridge which links the mainland to the island, enjoy the pebble beach and views of the...More

1  Thank Billy L
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