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Qingwan Factus Park   Magong Cultrual Center
     
  Qingwan Cactus Park Location    Magong Cultural Center Location

Qingwan Cactus Park was an abandoned military base during the Japanese Colonial Era and was rebuilt after being expropriated by the county government. Used for military functions since the Japanese Colonial Era, it is a place covered with cactuses and white popinac. Qingwan Lovers Beach can be overlooked from the park, and next to it is the 18-hectare and 37.1-meter high columnar basalt of Qingwan. The park is filled with cactuses, bunkers built out of basalt dating back to the Japanese Colonial Era, and extraordinary columnar basalt views. At the high-point, you can enjoy the seascape, and see the shores of Magong City up north. When the weather is suitable, you can also see Hujing Islet and Tongpan Islet across the highlands down south. All the beautiful scenery can be seen from there.

Departing from downtown Magong City, drive along County Road 201 for about 25 minutes and you can arrive at Qingwawn (prior to Fenggui).

●Extent of Magong Cultural Center: Starting from Shuncheng Gate down south, including Jinlongtou, Ju Guang New Village, Duxingshi Village, Tian Nan Suo Yao, Zhongzheng Hall, Penghu Defense Command, Guanyinting, and the First Guest House up north.
●Extent of old Magong City: Its boundary starts from the county government at north and goes along Minzu Rd., Tianhou Temple, Nanjia Temple (Hai Ling Dian), Magong Harbor, Zhongshan Rd., the First and Second Fishery Port of Linhai Rd., Star of Gaillardia Island, and ends at Sanmin Rd. Its center is Tianhou Temple, with Dongjia Temple at the east, Beijia Temple at the north, Nanjia Temple down south, and Guanyingting at the western side.

Starting from the airport, the Magong Cultural Center located in the downtown could be reached by a 15-minute drive along County Road 204.