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Hengchun Peninsula and Aquarium

Morning nature and wildlife tour

Kenting 86 Booked

Spend the afternoon exploring the marine sights of the Hengchun peninsula: home to an outstanding aquarium, beautiful coastline and the best sunset viewpoint

  • Visit what is widely considered the best aquarium in Taiwan, despite its quiet location

  • Head to the coast for lovely sea views and a rock formation resembling a cat!

  • End the tour with a spectacular sunset at the area's best viewpoint

  • Inclusive of comfortable coach transportation including hotel pick up and drop off

What We Love:

Take half a day to discover why Hengchun's west coast is the perfect holiday destination: offering the ideal combination of culture, nature and spectacular coastal views. Spend a few hours at the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium (arguably Taiwan's best) displaying an extensive range of sea life enclosures, amazing shows and hands-on experiences. You'll then head to the coast to appreciate the fascinating geology of Maobitou (Cat's Nose Cape). There's a spectacular end to the tour with a visit to Guan Shan, a well-known spot amongst locals to catch a perfect sunset.

Activity Details

4-5 Hours


Min 1 Traveler(s)

Hotel Pick Up

24 Hours

72 Hours Cancelation


  • You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
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Inclusive Of:

  • Mineral water
  • Admission tickets
  • All transportation
  • Insurance
  • Services of an English-speaking guide

Not Inclusive Of:

  • Lunch or dinner

English tours are available but you must indicate your language preference at checkout


  • Hotel pick up: 13:30 – 14:00
  • Course A: National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium or
  • Course B: semi-submarine at Red Wood+beverage voucher
  • Maobitou (Cape Cat's Nose)
  • Guanshan for the sunset
  • Hotel drop off

Additional Information:

  • Infant ticket: Age 3 and under (not requiring separate seat)

How To Use

  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity


  • Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 72 hours prior to the activity

Reviews (3)


Not exactly rundown, but its not the typical touristy place that's flooded with souvenir shops or tour buses. Got a private local guide to drive us around the must-see (like the old gates, Guan Shan... etc) and get around some other places that locals hang around and food that locals liked. Night market is opened only on Sunday nights, we managed to catch it and the guide told us its a 'traditional' taiwan night market as vs those heavily advertised tourist night markets in bigger cities - good experience for a change. Nice to spend a half day or so.


Popularized by the famous movie Cape #7, the often overlooked Hengchun Old Town is every bit as genuine and charming as in the film. Restoration efforts have transformed this tiny little enclave into a world class travel destination. Featuring Taiwan's oldest town gates, Hengchun still have all 4 of the gates intact. The East Gate is still operational and there is a nice park where you can actually walk on the wall between gates. Lush landscape makes this a beautiful place for a brisk morning walk. Within the walls lie historic Hengchun Old Town with charming fruit vendors filled with fragrant fresh produce on every corner. There is also a bustling day market. On Sunday nights, there is a nice night market featuring all sort of delectable Taiwanese snacks.


If you are not a fan of the busy-ness and excitement of Kenting, Hengchun is not a bad option. I personally find Kenting to be full of kitsch and tack. Most restaurants are some kind of western or Thai. There's a night market every night, and unless you're there for the market, it's a pain to pass through. Hengchun on the other hand seems to be a bit more grounded. It's not big, and there's not much to see, but there's plenty of old architecture and a few quaint old streets, and at night you can take a look at Chuhuo or the occasional night market. The food is great for someone like me who's a vegetarian. There are far more choices for vegetarians in Hengchun than in Kenting. The location isn't bad either. It's less noisy and bustling during the day and even some nights. It's not bad starting point for the round the peninsula trip either because you can either head towards Kenting or avoid it altogether and just zip straight towards the west coast which has incredible views.

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