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Wild Willow Cape  


Wild Willow Cape is also called Wild Willow, Wild Willow Nose and Wild Willow Peninsula. Because it looks like a sea tortoise it is called Wild Willow Tortoise. The soil of stratum around Wild Willow Cape is developed with sand stones. Through eroding and weathering in a long time, sheer sea eroding cliffs and wide bedrocks are developed. Along the beaches, there are full of different kinds of odd stones and strange rocks and they develop into colorful sculptures which are molded naturally. For example, peoples, huge animals, things, all of the sculptures are very lifelike and done remarkably like the true. Among the above mentioned sculptures, the Sculpture of the queen’s head is the most famous and well-known one, which is 2 meters high and is located on a tremendous mountainous slope protuberantly. The Queen is facing upward slightly with erect hair bob and is looked graceful and elegant observed from any directions. Tourists usually will eulogize the incredibly natural miracle. Furthermore, there are other prodigious rock sculptures like sea tortoise, lying buffalo and others. An modern“Wild Willow Sea World”has been established at the end of  Wild Willow Cape, which is the largest performance occasion for sea animals in Taiwan. Among its activities, dolphin’s performance and seabed tube are the most attractive ones to tourists. They are the limelight among the scenic spots around Wild Willow Cape. Furthermore, there are many other bathing beaches with high qualities in Taipei County. The bathing beaches are holiday resorts too.