Whether you agree with the park rangers that Yehliu's strange rock formations resemble a nymph's sandal, a wading elephant, ... More
Whether you agree with the park rangers that Yehliu's strange rock formations resemble a nymph's sandal, a wading elephant, tofu cubes, or a queen's profile, chances are you will find the landscape here spectacular. Tourists pour into this small park on the island's northern coast to take pictures of these famous rocks, which the elements have eroded over time into inspiring shapes. The backdrop of raging blue sea and golden cliffs make this scenic getaway much more than just a rock collection.
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