Longdong (Dragon's Cave)

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  • Phone:+886 2 2490 9258
  • Address:Longdong Street, Gongliao Dist., New Taipei City View on Map
Dragon's Cave is located along rugged coastal terrain, and was formed by tectonic movements by sedimentary rocks that are over 30 million years old. On top of natural erosion, animal movements have made this area unique and full of special features. Dragon's Cave's huge rock walls have made this place into the best natural geology classroom, and it has also become a rock climber's paradise. The coastline of Dragon's Cave stretches for two kilometers, and there are about six hundred different climbing routes, ranging from the easiest climbs to the most advanced climbs. Aside from rock climbing, there are also other recreations to be enjoyed in the Long Dong Bay Recreation Area. There are lifeguards stationed during the summer to let swimmers relax. This area also includes various ocean activities, with experienced staff to safely take you into the ocean. Dragon's Cave is also an excellent scuba spot. To scuba dive, please remember to plan in advance for a safe place to enter the water. Divers, don't forget to come and enjoy Dragon's Cave's underwater world! 


Opening Hours
Ocean Park
Park: 08:00-21:00 Waterfront: 08:00-17:30

Ticket & Guide

Ocean Park Fee
Swimming area Full fare NT100 Children's fare NT80
Guide Information
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Nat'l Hwy 1 → Exit at the Badu Interchange → Prov. Hwy 62 → Prov. Hwy 2 → Longdong Bay
1. Take the train to Taipei Main Station, continue by Guoguang (Kuo-kuang) bus (torward Yilan Luodong) to Longdong Bay Coastal Park stop.2. Take the train to Keelung Railway Station, continue by Keelung Bus (torward Fulong) to Longdong Bay Coastal Park stop.