A beautiful spot on the East coast of Taiwan, well known to locals but seldom mentioned in guidebooks.
One of the guesthouse owners in Taitung (台東） suggested this place for us to visit, and we were very glad that we did.
The gargantuan pieces of volcanic rocks in the distance are known as the “terrace of the three immortals”, not too sure where the name had come from, was too lazy to google.
This bridge has 8 arches, the first 3 arches are usually full of tourists, but as one ventures on to the fourth, the fifth and the sixth arches, the crowd becomes sparse. By the time we arrived at the 8th and final arch, we were completely alone.