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Amended and promulgated by Order Tai-Nei-Ying-Zi No.1080809453 of the Ministry of the Interior on June 24, 2019, effective on the date of promulgation.

Prohibited ActivitiesFines(NT$)
First  ViolationRepeated Viloations
1. Any displaying, selling, or transporting animals, plants, minerals, fossils, artifacts, and their specimens or derived products which are illegal or shall be protected under the law. 1500 3000
2. Capturing organisms, collecting rocks, minerals, fossils, coral, coral rocks, or other natural products, or attempting marine salvaging for archeological artifacts underwater without the authorization of the Marine National Park Headquarters (hereinafter referred to as the MHPH). 1500 3000
3. Lowering anchor within the coral reef area, establishing artificial reefs or facilities, using chemical agents, pollutants, or partaking in any action that could damage the coral reefs and the marine environment, without the permission of the MNPH. 1500 3000
4. Personnel, ships, or other vehicles pulling into the shore, sea grooves, sea caves, and coast of the Special Landscape Area without the permission of the MNPH. 1500 3000
5. Participating in rock climbing and other related activities within the Special Landscape Area without the permission of the MNPH. 1500 3000
6. Damaging public property, public facilities, and natural or artificial landscape scenery. 1500 3000
7. Lighting firecrackers, fireworks, or sky lanterns, with the exception of special holiday festivities, local folk traditions, and religious occasions. 1500 3000
8. Any action of releasing or abandoning animals or feeding and disturbing wild animals. 1500 3000
9. Vending stalls. 1500 3000
10. Participating in political activities and actions with the potential to cause social disputes or conflict. 1500 3000

Dongyupingyu, Siyupingyu, Dongjiyu and Sijiyu located in southern Penghu are collectively called the four islands of southern Penghu; they are located from 119°30'E to 119°41'E, and from 23°14'N to 23°16'N. In addition to four larger main islands, the surrounding subsidiary islet reefs include Touchin, Tiehchen, Chungtsai, Chumuchiao and Chutouyu.


Due to the isolated environment of the four islands of southern Penghu plus the transition of industrial structures, inconvenient traffic and poor materials supply in recent decades, the population gradually relocates outside of Penghu. Therefore, except for a few residents that remain on the island, only a few visitors appear during week days.


The four islands of southern Penghu have not been over-developed, thus all the resources such as natural ecology, geological landscapes or historical monuments remain original, low-polluted and natural appearances. Moreover, those coral reefs with extremely high coverage rate in surrounding waters are precious assets of the ocean, hence the diverse ecological environment in the four islands of southern Penghu is worthy for tourism.

 

 

 

 

Dongji Visitor Center
Our center was re-built in the old building of Wang’an Junior High School, Dongji Division (out-of-service).
Services:

  1. Indoor guidance: Dongji Visitor Center displays an overview of the four islands of southern Penghu and Dongjiyu, the ecological resources of surrounding sea area, the landscapes and the resources of land area (ecological and cultural resources).
  2. Films: “Surging islets--The dialogue between kuroshio and islets”--Introduction to kuroshio; “New Cape Paradise”--Introduction of the four islands of southern Penghu. The duration of each film is about 20 min.
  3. Drinking water and tourism information are available.

Hours: Monday - Sunday, from 09:00 to 17:00
Tel: 886-6-999-1109
Fax:886-6-999-1113
Address: No.151-3, Dongji Vil., Wang’an Township, Penghu County 88243

 

 

Yu-ping Visitor Center

Our center was re-built in the old building of Yuping Elementary School (out-of-service).

Services:

  1. Indoor guidance: Yupin Visitor Center displays an overview of the four islands of southern Penghu, the landscapes such as Tsai te a (vegetable house) and basalt geology, and the tour map of Dongyupingyu.
  2. Tourism information is available.

Hours: Monday - Sunday, from 09:00 to 17:00
Tel: 886-6-999-1502
Fax:886-6-999-1113
Address: No.47, Dongyuping Vil., Wang’an Township, Penghu County 88244

 

 

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