Sansiantai Recreation Area
Sansiantai was originally a promontory connected with the shore, but sea erosion gradually wore the connecting neck away to produce the island we see today.
The plant life of the area is characterized by resistance to salt and drought. It has thick, fat leaves with downy surface.
Sansiantai Island is the breeding and perching environment it offers for marine bird species. Various swallow species can often be seen.
The Japan Current effects the waters around Sansiantal, nourishing an abundance of coral that, presents the most beautiful undersea scenery on the entire East Coast.
＊ Eight-arch Bridge
The unique eight-arch bridge connecting Sansiantai Island with the shore was completed in 1987. It is 320 meters long and has 320steps.
＊ Bike path
The bicycle path reaches from the car parking lot at Sansiantai to Jihuei bay.
＊ The visitor center
The visitor center features an exhibition room that provides on introduction to Sansiantai. Visitors can relax here and learn more about the island’s unique characteristic.
Sansiantai Island is designated by the government as a nature reserve, PLEASE treasure and protect the resources here, which are rare anywhere else. Visitors are recommended to take at least 2 hours for a relaxed walk around the area.
※ THE ROCKS HERE ARE NOT TO BE TAKE AWAY ※
Around the island
Contact number: 089-854097
Emergency rescue center: 089-851033
Reminder : the entire Sansiantai is a nature reserve, it is illegal to take away the stones and the plants here.
On highway 11.