Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
A popular spot for sunset gazers and students, Danshuei played a vital role in the development of Taiwanese culture and education. Initially settled by the Kategalan aboriginal tribe, the district was influenced by many colonial empires throughout its history, including Spain, Netherlands, and Britain. You can explore many tourist attractions here, including a Dutch castle, a pedestrian shopping hub, a ferry pier, and a fisherman's boardwalk. Take advantage of a wide array of shops, restaurants, street performances, and cultural happenings, as you roam the scenic coastline suited for commerce and leisure. Make Danshuei a part of your Xinbei vacation plans using our Xinbei vacation trip planner.
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Great view by the sea! Was there at about 4pm, not much people. But when it got about 5pm the crowd started coming in. There were lots of different kinds of food, drinks and games. A pity it was raini... read more »
Last station using redline MRT Tan Shui is a hidden gem of seafood, and great site for sunset. The "Ah Gei" beancurd skin with glass noodle filling is a must try, and also their freshly baked egg chif... read more »
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