◼️It is praised as miniature Zhangjiajie in Kinmen.
◼️It is a good location to watch the sunrise and sunset.
◼️The stone fence is adorned with endearing little Wind Lion God statues.
Situated on the coast outside of Liaolo Village in the Southeast Coast, South Stone Weir Park was originally a granite mining site that produced fine granites that are more beautiful and solid than marble. Many renowned architectures in Taiwan like Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall and Taoyuan International Airport were built using granites from Kinmen.
As it was no longer cost-effective, the mining operation ceased in 2002, and the site was transformed into South Stone Weir Park for environmental conservation purposes.
Visitors to the park will first meet with Wind Lion Gods on the edge of the reservoir. The granite cliffs that surround the reservoir are an indication of human development. The gorgeous scenery shares a great resemblance with Zhangjiajie.
Opening Hours Open all day