Where is Pingtung?

Pingtung is located at the southernmost tip of Taiwan, covering the area on the east side of Banpingshan, Kaohsiung. The total area of Pingtung County is 2775.6003 square kilometers, and it is the narrowest county in western Taiwan. Pingtung has jurisdiction over a total of 33 townships and cities, with a total population of around 850,000. Pingtung is more than 100 kilometers long, leaning against Mt. Dawu, which has an elevation of 3,092 meters. Pingtung is the only county in Taiwan that faces the Pacific Ocean, the Bashi Channel, and the Taiwan Strait, boasting a magnificent landscape of mountains and seas and nurturing rich natural resources.

The Most Authentic Taiwanese Touring city – Pingtung County

 

Mountains and seas that can only be seen from Pingtung

Pingtung County consists of four types of terrains, namely plains, mountains, bays, and peninsula. There are Kenting National Park, two national scenic spots in Maolin and Dapeng Bay, the first level Indigenous Peoples Cultural Park and Liudui Hakka Cultural Park, two forest amusement parks in Kenting and Shuangliu, and Lin Hou Sil Lin Forest Park and Sizhongxi Hot Spring in Chaozhou, plus eleven Hakka townships, eight aboriginal townships, and one outlying island, Little Liuqiu township. Only by coming to Pingtung can you see the unique beauty from natural ecology to cultural scenery.

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