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Light Shows And Colorful Sand Sculpture On Display In Bali District Of New Taipei

The Fulong International Sand Sculpture Exhibition will be finished (on August 25th). After that, it will be replaced by the exquisite version of the Bali City Sand Sculpture in Bali District of New Taipei City.

From now until October 13, 2019, it will be on the Bali Bridal Square. It can be visited during the the day, but also project sand sculptures with colorful lights at night.

Lights at night adds magical atmosphere to the sand sculpture, take some beautiful photo, you can also walk under the sea breeze and feel the summer time. The lights will open at 18:30 in the evening.

The city sand sculpture exhibition is located on the left bank of Bali. Visitors can enjoy the art of sand sculpture without going far away, and experience the fun of sand sculpture on the spot.

In addition, the sediments on the shores of Bali are relatively high in mud and relatively strong and durable, allowing sand sculpture artists to create more three-dimensional, vivid and diverse works.

The sand sculptures will be constructed with meteor lights, broken lights, modeling lights and floodlights. The bank of the Bali River was turned into a waterfront light gallery, and the couple walked hand in hand along the river bank making it more romantic.

2019 Bali San Sculture Art Installation already started last August 10, 2019 and will be up until October 13th. It is located at No. 36, Guanhai Avenue, Bali District, New Taipei City (Chinese address: 新北市八里區觀海大道36號) The venue is near the Bali Old Street.

How to go there?
From Taipei Main Station, ride MRT Red line and drop off at Guandu Station. From there, find and ride bus R22 going to Ximen Bus Stop, or you may hop on a taxi and show the address (新北市八里區觀海大道36號) taxi fare around NT150-200 from Guandu.


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