After stealing a floating life for half a day, I finally caught up with the blooming season of Yangmingshan and took a deep and interesting day trip to Beitou & Yangmingshan. With the guided tour by the knowledgeable Arthur guide, I have a different understanding of the past development history of Beitou and Taipei. It turns out that from the "Pi Hai Ji You" (also known as "Sulfur Diary") written by Qing Dynasty official Yu Yonghe in the late 17th century, Beitou was mining sulfur. The New Beitou Hot Springs that we often go to are actually the only two places in the world (Xin Beitou and Yuchuan in Akita) that contain precious "radium" ingredients. Therefore, in addition to the precious Beitou stone, New Beitou's unique green sulphur radium spring is another national treasure of Taiwan. Of course, it is the flowering season in Yangmingshan, how can you miss the cherry blossoms and azaleas all over the mountains! This year's flower conditions are good, of course, you must take pictures of the beautiful scenery. In addition, the amazing little oil pit allows us to see fumaroles, sulfur crystals and spectacular collapsed terrain caused by the power of natural volcanoes!