One of the most striking places I’ve visited in Taiwan, or perhaps visited ever, is Yehliu 野柳, a cape in New Taipei City. The area is a geological marvel filled with unusually shaped rocks formed by erosion and tectonics. It is most famously known as the location of the Queen’s Head, a rock that has a very feminine visage. Most people come to visit Yehliu Geopark and take pictures with the charmingly named rocks, but if you come on a clear day you can see some beautiful scenery. Check out some photos after the jump.