Sanxiantai Live Cam

Live webcam shows the Sanxiantai area in Taiwan's East Coast National Park in real-time. Sanxiantai is a beach and multi-island area located on the coast of Chenggong, Taitung County, Taiwan. The beach is ten kilometers long. The area is well known for its long sea dragon-shaped footbridge that connects the coast to the most significant island. The bridge can be seen in this broadcast in one of the positions of the webcam. Sanxiantai means «platform of three immortals», referring to an island with three large standing rocks. Sanxiantai is a geological rock that turned out to be a cape. The gradual erosion destroyed the cofferdam connecting the mainland to the main island, and thus the rock became coastal islands. Tourists who previously visited this place could only reach the island at low tide. In 1987, the government completed constructing an eight-arch bridge across the sea that leads to the island. It was designed in the form of a sea dragon-like wave and connected Sanxiantai with the island of Taiwan. It has become the most famous landmark on Taiwan's East Coast. The entire territory of Sanxiantai is about 22 hectares, with the highest point at 77 meters above sea level. A trail goes around the island, and you can get around it without haste in about 2 hours. Coral reefs surround the island. Due to the strong weathering and erosion that formed the basis of legendary stories about the natural landscape, such as the holes of Xian Jian Gap He-huan and Sansyantai, there are also some natural attractions around, such as scattered sea trenches, sea caves, sea columns, sea ​​walls. Live webcam in Sanxiantai on the island of Taiwan works around the clock in real-time. The webcam player allows you to view the recording of the last 12 hours of the broadcast.

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