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  • Address:Duchuantou St., Bali Dist., New Taipei City 249, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Bali is located at New Taipei City's Bali District, on Duchuantou Street. Discovered from the study of archaeological ruins and relics, activity at Bali has taken place in this area since prehistoric times, and possesses a deep relationship with South Island culture. It is red soil sloped land formed from the lava flow of Guanyinshan, which was in turn formed due to a volcanic eruption. The land features a coastal alluvial plain thats around one kilometer wide and five kilometers long. Culture from nearly 7000 years ago can be traced from here, leading Taiwan into the neolithic age. Guanyinshan is an andesite volcano, and is Taiwan's youngest volcano. The area's andesite-type crystal minerals are mainly magnesium minerals, such as olivine, common pyroxene, hornblende, and black mica. 
Bali District originally was the first developed trading port located along the mouth of the Tamsui River. However, it later declined due to the cumulation of silt at the port. During the Chongzhen reign of the Ming Dynasty, the Spanish followed the Tamsui River and entered into the Taipei Basin, in the process subduing the three major tribes of the area. In the past, Bali was also called "Bali Kushe", or "Baliben". In the early days, there were 15 early aborigine settlements and 5 important archaeological ruins, including Xiagu Dabu Village, Changdao Kengkou Village, Duchuantou Village, Shihsanhang Village, and more. The preshistoric sites located within Bali are Bali Ruins, Changkeng Ruins, Changdao Kengkou Ruins, Xiagu Dabu Ruins, Xuntangbu Ruins, Songzijiao Ruins, Old Bali Town Ruins, Gongtian Ruins, Dabenkeng Ruins, Shihsanhang Ruins, Dakanjiao Ruins, Ximen Ruins, Duchuantou Ruins, Longxing Ruins, and Shizitou Ruins. Of these sites, Dabenkeng Ruins is considered a national site. 
Bali's Eight Scenic Views consist of Taipei 's commercial harbor, riverside nightscape, Kuhu Xiandong, Tiehan Trail, the sight of twilight reflected on the waters, Shibi Chuilian, Xiagu Yuntian, Caihong Longmen, and others. Nearby scenic spots include Waziwei Nature Reserve, Bali Left Bank, Bali Ferry Old Street, Shihsanhang Museum, Guanyinshan Scenic Area, and Guanyinshan. In addition, complete bicycle trails have been implemented. In Bali, you can come across several organisms, for instance: mudskippers, fiddler crabs, both migratory and non migratory birds, and all sorts of eagles. Plants include red sandalwood, rice trees, mangroves, and others. There's also several restaurants, snacks, and cafes available. Some delicacies offered are peacock clams, salted eggs, pepper biscuits, shrimp rolls, fried squid balls, gold bamboo shoots, and pomelo. 



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By Public Transportation-
Guandu MRT Station Exit #1 and take Bus #13 
Guandu MRT Station and rent a bicycle to start your journey