Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf

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Coordinates: 25°10′58.9″N 121°24′38″E / 25.183028°N 121.41056°E / 25.183028; 121.41056

Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf
Chinese: 淡水漁人碼頭
Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf 2012.jpg
CountryRepublic of China (Taiwan)
LocationTamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Type of harborwharf

Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf (Chinese: 淡水漁人碼頭; pinyin: Dànshuǐ Yúrén Mǎtóu) is a scenic spot at the western tip of Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. Its predecessor was the "Tamsui Second Fishing Port" on the right bank of the Tamsui River estuary, an important fishing harbor in the early history of north Taiwan.


  • Tamsui Lover's Bridge: Lover Bridge of Tamsui, a white-colored Cable-stayed bridge, derived its name since it was opened on 14 February 2003, Valentine's Day. You may appreciate the sunset from the bridge. The total length is approximately 196 meters and the walk across takes approximately 3 minutes.
  • Outdoor Lawn and Sculpture Park
  • Fluctuation Fishing Boat Wharf: with anchorage for up to 150 fishing boats.
  • Riverbanks Scenery Platform: maximum capacity of 3,000 people with views of the Tamsui river and Kuanyinshan.


Take the Taipei Metro Tamsui Line to Tamsui Station, and then transfer to Bus Red-26, 836, or 837.


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