My friends and I were able to get there around noon time so it was too hot but we still got there and managed to get pictures. There was already a line, albeit short, in order to take a picture with the queen's head. But...More
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You shouldn't come see this just because it is special. I think seeing it in real person would just be the same as seeing it on Google Images (and btw, when you actually get to stand in front of it, it feels even less special)....More
The formation is just beautiful and one gets surprised by acts of mother nature. To see you have to travel for an hour plus by bus from Taipie. Not to be missed attraction
We were anticipating some big monument the size of at least stonehenge but when we got there it was small. Lines were long to take pictures (not worth the wait) but I guess people think that since they went to the trouble of going might...More
And they don't tell you that there's actually 3 heads. Queen Head 2, and Princess Head. Still, it's located inside the Geopark.
Must visit! The natural sights at Yehliu Geopark are very enticing and the pathway easy to negotiate. The rushing sea waves, Pacific Ocean, blue skies and intriguing natural scupltures all make this a much photographed place. You can spend 2-3 hours here wandering through the...More
This is the more popular feature within the Geopark. As such, most tourists flock to it to take photos and sometimes just too crowded to have a close up view. In view of wind and erosion, this feature may not last long.
The Queen head is part of multiple figures shaped by the natural elements over thousand of years. A very popular destination for the Chinese Tourists.
The Queen's head is said to resemble the ancient Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. It is very pretty, most people like it. The Queen's Head is the Geo Park's main feature. Go soon, it may not be there forever, erosion is takng its tolll.
Went here on a Monday, thinking as a weekday it wouldn't be too crowded, but to my dismay it was very crowded, with the majority of the guests mainly from Mainland China. Sceneries at there was pretty nice and good, and the sea view is...More