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- This is a huge tunnel near the ferry terminal in Little Kinmen, well worth the boat ride over just to see it!
- Interesting informative displays include wax figures simulating scenes from when the tunnel was in active use. 

Tunnels were Kinmen's lifeline during the military period. Little Kinmen's Jiugong Tunnel is one of the largest—no need to fear claustrophobia here! It's a 5-min walk from the ferry terminal.
Siwei Tunnel
The tunnel was built in 1965 so that food and military supplies could be safely transported to Little Kinmen. It stretches a long distance, connecting the coastline and a harbor through a mountain. 
Siwei Tunnel
Comprising 5 different tunnel networks, the spacious and meticulously designed facility could accommodate 52 large boats.
Jiugong Tunnel
Walking through Jiugong Tunnel is impressive. So are the exhibits!


TEL +886-82-364411

Address No.5-5, Luocou, Lieyu Township, Kinmen County Taiwán, R.O.C

Opening Hours 08:30-16:30, daily except for Chinese New Year's Day

Admission charge Free


  • Parking
  • Guiding Service

Recommended length of visit



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  • DavidASU

    Union City, California

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    Boat shipment Tunnel in Leiyu

    4 2018-09

    This tunnel is built for the protection of shipment to a Leiyu during the 823 War. Smaller boats unloaded goods and supplies from the supplier ship at a safe (out of bombarding region) spot on ocean. Basically, it is a tunnel through a mountain.

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