It’s the end of the road down here, but there’s nothing remote or isolated at all about Kenting National Park (Kěndīng Guójiā Gōngyuán). Over 5 million visitors a year flock here to swim, surf, snorkel, dive, visit museums, hike, visit hot springs, eat good food and enjoy a little nightlife. And they do so all year round.
County Road 199
This idyllic country road rewards at every turn with a rich history and a varying landscape of hills, ponds, farms, aboriginal villages and open fields. It's a preferred route for those continuing at a leisurely pace on to the east coast (Hwy 9 is faster but thick with speeding buses and trucks), or vice versa.