New Taipei City, Taiwan – The Yehliu Geopark in the Wanli District of New Taipei City is one of Taiwan’s main natural attractions. Yehliu is a cape that stretches about 1.7 kilometers into the sea.
Sitting on a cape means the Yehliu Geopark is subject to erosion and weathering. Such natural processes and harsh conditions created the unique rock formations that attracted tourists from around the world to this little part of north Taiwan.
Nature-carved rock formations in the shape of real objects
The famous Yehliu Geopark houses a number of unique geological formations in the shape of real objects. These rocks are bestowed names loyal to their form.
Of the park’s three areas, the first is nearest to the entrance. Located here are the famous Mushroom Rock and Ginger Rock, called as such because of…