Encircled on three sides by the ocean, Kenting National Park occupies the windswept Hengchun Peninsula in Taiwan’s far south – a promontory famous, above all, for its wonderful golden sand beaches and clear, coral-fringed seas.
You can drive around the twisting coast road for a taste of the area’s varied marine landscapes, or head inland to the forest, where rare Purple Butterflies flit through the tropical vegetation.
Foodies should also make time for Houbihu Harbour, whose row of seafood restaurants work wonders with the catch landed at the nearby jetties: the local sashimi is in a league of its own.
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