There are a handful of reasons that gave the place its name "Yehliu".
But no matter what, the rock landscape of Yehliu Geopark that is constantly changed by the influence of sea erosion, is one of the most famous wonders in the world.
The park can be divided into three areas:
The first contains mushroom rock and ginger rock and the second area is similar to the first but fewer in numbers and that's also where the famous Queen's Head Rock is. Last but not least, the third area is where the wave cut platform is and the area is much narrower than the rest of the areas. The area also houses a major ecology reserve of the park in addition to the said rock landscapes.
Something that I did want to highlight and share is the sunset you can experience at Yehliu Geopark. It is absolutely amazing.
Even though the ticketing booth and entrance to the park closes at 6:00 pm daily, you can stay for as long as you want. My suggested time to arrive at the Geopark is 5:45pm so that you'll be able to catch the sunset after exploring the park! However, it does get very dark after the sun starts setting and it may be dangerous for tourists like us who don't know the place well.
With that said, it would be advisable to visit the Geopark with a reliable tour guide for your own safety.
Travel tip shared by lobsterpaints