C Route - Shishan Folk Culture Village

(Mon)Shanwai Station(山外車站) to Shanwai Station(山外車站):
(Mon)Shanwai Station(山外車站)=>Shamei Street(沙美老街)=>Shanching Road(沙青路)=>Mashan Observation Post(馬山觀測所)=>Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Front(獅山砲陣地)=>Shanhou Folk Culture Village(山后民俗文化村)=>Kinmen Guest House(迎賓館)=>Shanwai Station(山外車站)


(Tue~Sun)Shanwai Station(山外車站) to Shanwai Station(山外車站):
(Tue~Sun)Shanwai Station(山外車站)=>Shanhou Folk Culture Village(山后民俗文化村)=>Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Front(獅山砲陣地)=>Mashan Observation Post(馬山觀測所)=>The History Folklore Museum(文化園區)=>Shanwai Station(山外車站)

Tickets and Transport Information


half day pass NT$250
one day pass NT$400
two day pass NT$700

Where to buy

1.Booking online(http://www.kinmendiway.com)
2.7-ELEVEN ibon, FamilyMart FamiPort
3.Jincheng Station and Shanwai Station
4.Ticket on Bus,Juguang Fort, Kinmen Airport and Shuitou Piers Visitor Center

Service Hotline

Toll-free: 0800-822823Jincheng Station:+886-82-325548Shanwai Station:+886-82-332814



Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
1. Carrying folding bikes on the bus is allowed.
2. Please observe the following rules when carrying folding bikes:
(1) You should put the folding bike in a bike bag.

Discount ticket guides:
1. Half-Day and 1-Day Pass and 2-Day Pass
2. Tickets are good during the valid time. Unlimited ride on-and-off Taiwan Tourist Shuttle buses and regular buses on Kinmen when the tickets are valid.

Guidelines for carrying pets on the bus:
All the vehicles are low-floor buses with wheelchair seats and guide dogs spaces.

Timetable FAQ C Route - Shishan Folk Culture Village Guestbook

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C Route - Shishan Folk Culture Village+B Route - Guningtou Battlefield
Morning ride C line(Shanwai Station →Shamei Street→Mashan Observation Post→Shanhou Folk Culture Village→Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Front→Cultural Park);
Afternoon ride B line(Jincheng Station →Peace Memorial Par→Guningtou Battle Museumk→Cih Lake Triangle Fort and Observation Deck→Jincheng Station (Departure Station)

C Route - Shishan Folk Culture Village+ D Route - Banyan Park & Taihu
Morning ride C line(Shanwai Station →Shamei Street→Mashan Observation Post→Shanhou Folk Culture Village→Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Front→Cultural Park);
Afternoon ride D line(Shanwai Station→823 Artillery Battle Museum, Banyan Park, and Mr.Yu Da-wei Memorial Hall→Military Brothel Exhibition Hall→Qiong Lin Communities→Bicycle Story House→Chen Ching-Lan's House→Shanwai Station)

Related scenic spots along the route

Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Fort

  Located at at Hou Village, Jinshan Town at Kinmen, Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Front is a rare underground Howitzer fort in Taiwan. The 8-inch Howitzers were made in the USA, which functioned incredibly well during the 823 Battle, turning the tide of the war.
  Shishan (Mt. Lion) Howitzer Fort was once an important defense line. Now, it is refurbished to become a resort, displaying 75 mm Howitzers, 155 Howitzers, and 8-inch Howitzers. The front is presented to visitors in a whole new appearance, displaying the rare Howitzer accessories and Howitzer shows. Highly recommended.
Geographic location:
  Mt. Lion Howitzer Fort is located at the peak at the northeast of Kinmen—Wuhu Mountain (including Zhaizi Mountain, Meijen Mountain, Lion Mountain, Mianqian Mountain, and Huluo Mountain), at the altitude of 103m. Being the north entrance of Meiren Mountain, it has a rough geographic position, with tough and hidden architecture, facilitating cross-knit fire for the troops. Therefore, it could control the sea in north Kinmen effectively with high strategic value. It can block the entire beach and control the whole of Dongge Bay.
[The cannon show is highly recommend for all visitors]
Cannon show hours
Six shows daily:
Two shows in the morning: 10:00am and 11:00am
Four shows in the afternoon: 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, and 4:30pm

Shamei Street

  It is one of the streets formed in Jinmen in the early times. Being the center of Jinsha Town, it has 350 years to 800 years of history. The stores were built at around 1850 during the Qing Dynasty. With the layout of eight streets, eight lanes, and eight alleys, it is also called as the “Eight Trigrams Street.”