Historic sites and scenic beauty around Taiwan’s second port city

TRANSPORT:  See link no 6 in the Website Links section

UPDATE: The bus lines from Keelung Station to Jinshan via Lover’s Lake bus stop apparently have been renamed. It’s no longer 1262 and 1022, as mentioned on p. 42, but 862 and 790.
There’s also a bus 509 going directly to the trailhead and back, but that only runs few times a day. Return times from the trailhead on weekends: 3.20, 4.30, 5.00. [Thanks to Klaus Bardenhagen for this!]

 

 

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2 Responses to “Day Trip 3. KEELUNG”


  1. 1 Klaus Bardenhagen (@taiwanreporter) November 16, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Went to Lover’s Lake and Dawulun Fort today, thanks to your book. Great little hike, wonderful views of the sea.
    The bus lines from Keelung Station to Jinshan via Lover’s Lake bus stop apparently have been renamed. It’s no longer 1262 and 1022, as mentioned on p. 42, but 862 and 790.
    There’s also a bus 509 going directly to the trailhead and back, but that only runs few times a day. Return times from the trailhead on weekends: 3.20, 4.30, 5.00.

    • 2 Richard November 16, 2014 at 12:37 pm

      Thanks Klaus! Quite a few of the bus routes in the books are changing – I try to post the most up-to-date info on the Taipei Escapes website, but haven’t done much for ages. This is very useful – thanks!


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