Fulung Beach



Address:

Fu Lung
Taipei, Taiwan

Neighborhood:

Wanhua District (Wan-hua)

Contact:

tel: +66 2 717 3737

Strenuousness:

No Sweat

NileGuide Expert tip:

Bring along a picnic lunch so you won't have to go hunting for a decent restaurant while sandy and wet.

Description:

With easy access by train from Taipei, the popular Fulong beach makes a great day trip, especially if you have kids in tow. The main beach area comes equipped with all the little things you'd expect from a beach resort: sun chairs, umbrellas and lifeguards. While some of the beach is privately owned by the few remaining resort hotels, if you turn right after exiting the train station and walk along the coast road for a few minutes, you'll find access to a free public beach.

If you're looking for a serene, private stretch of sand, look elsewhere. Fulong is popular with foreign and domestic tourists, so if you have the time to spare on your trip, some of Taiwan's more remote beaches might offer a more relaxing option.

Featured Image: With easy access by train from Taipei, the popular Fulong beach makes a great day trip, especially if you have kids in tow. The main beach area comes equipped with all the little things you'd expect from a beach resort: sun chairs, umbrellas and lifeguards. While some of the beach is privately owned by the few remaining resort hotels, if you turn right after exiting the train station and walk along the coast road for a few minutes, you'll find access to a free public beach.

If you're looking for a serene, private stretch of sand, look elsewhere. Fulong is popular with foreign and domestic tourists, so if you have the time to spare on your trip, some of Taiwan's more remote beaches might offer a more relaxing option.

Featured Image: With easy access by train from Taipei, the popular Fulong beach makes a great day trip, especially if you have kids in tow. The main beach area comes equipped with all the little things you'd expect from a beach resort: sun chairs, umbrellas and lifeguards. While some of the beach is privately owned by the few remaining resort hotels, if you turn right after exiting the train station and walk along the coast road for a few minutes, you'll find access to a free public beach.

If you're looking for a serene, private stretch of sand, look elsewhere. Fulong is popular with foreign and domestic tourists, so if you have the time to spare on your trip, some of Taiwan's more remote beaches might offer a more relaxing option.

Featured Image: Martin Lindstrom/Flickr

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