Waves walking, Whale observing, Fishing village Sightseeing ─ LOHAS in Yilan

 

Production: DA-MAI Studio of Communication
Execution: Council of Agriculture Executive Yuan, Forestry Bureau

Sitting against the north-eastern side of the Central Mountain Range with a coastline extending over 100 kilometers, Yilan is a crucial county that connects the mountainous regions and the Pacific Ocean. And Gueishan Island, situated in the offshore waters of Yilan, has watched Yilan thrive from the nurture of the big blue.

Over recent years, recreational fishery in coastal Yilan has flourished with support from the authority. Tourists flock in for a peek at whales and dolphins on a sail; for a relaxing time at the wetland of Wu-Wei Port, where waterfowls soar freely; and for enjoying fresh seafood as well as wandering through the serene village and the Beiguan Crab Museum. As tourism blooms, the mysterious beauty of Gueishan Island has gradually become known to many.

Friendliness, hospitality, and the grandeur of ocean are the features you would discover in Yilan. So come and give yourself a treat in the experience of the ”LOHAS” life style in Yilan.

Resource & Reference: Media from the Council of Agriculture Executive Yuan, Forestry Bureau
http://media.forest.gov.tw/mp.asp?mp=1

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