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YU gUANG iSLAND tAIWAN

Yu Guang Island, your secret destination in Tainan

A small fishing island located on the coast of Anping, Tainan. Another different living experience in Tainan will allow you to enjoy the leisurely slow life, tranquility, simplicity, and relax in the area.

Yuguang Island is a small island in Anping District close to Anping Fishing Harbor and Anping Port. The island has a surface area of 400 hectares, half of which is covered by forest. The sandy bay on the seaward side is also known as Moon Bay. In addition to the many people that come to play in the water, enjoy the sunset and take photos.
Cultural & creative markets are now often held here to add a cultural touch to the natural beauty. 
Yu Guang is connected by a bridge to Tainan, there are no ferries.

WHERE TO SLEEP:

Yu-Guang B&B

There are only 6 rooms in this B&B and it needs to be booked in advance.
Maximum capacity 2 plus 1 person (extra fee)
– IWA ROOM

– NE ROOM
– HANA ROOM
Maximum capacity 2 plus 2 persons (extra fee)
– KUMO ROOM
Maximum capacity 4 plus 1 person (extra fee)
– TAKI VILLA
Can accommodate up to 10 persons
– TATAMI ROOM
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Mao House

Mao House only have few rooms, all designed.
Price starts from TWD 6.500 per room. Room rates include breakfast and afternoon snacks.
There are only five rooms.
Needs to be booked in advance. 

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what to do:

  • Art Gallery on the island (Reservation needed)
  • Annual Art Festival (Mar/Apr)
  • Surfing/SUP under sunset
  • Biking around the island
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