The Park is located at the tip of a sandbar-islet at the confluence of the Keelung River and Tamsui River in Taipei. Just a hectare in size, the Lilliputian park offers an outsized view of the scenic riverside area. This green oasis was created by the Taipei City Government with sand and earth dredged from the Keelung River. The park facilities include stone and wood-plank walkways leading to a viewing platform that has also become a favorite spot for local fishermen. The park offers an excellent 270-degree view of the river confluence and surrounding area, including Guandu Temple to the right, the dazzling red Guandu Bridge spanning the Tamsui River, and Guanyinshan to the left. The park is also a popular foraging spot for little egrets, adding further to the scenic portrait here. To the left of the viewing platform you can also see a lush mangrove wetland area, echoing the ecology at Guandu Nature Park on the opposite bank. If you arrive during the low tide, you can also see the fiddler crabs busily scuttling through the mangroves.