Taimali Dawn Park
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Taimali Dawn Park was named after the Millennium Concert at Dawn held on New Year’s Day of 2020. This concert was broadcasted live in over 25 countries, putting Taimali Dawn Park center stage on the global map. Since then, the New Year’s Eve Countdown music festival is held here every year with exciting fun activities like parent-child interactive bonding, live bands, indigenous dance performances, flag-raising ceremony, etc.
“Tjavualji” is the Paiwan native word for Taimali – meaning the place where the sun rises. Taimali became the symbolic home to the first ray of sunrise and is now a destination for celebrating the new year’s countdown. There is even a "Dawn Memorial Wall" and "Dawn Monument" in the park that is sure not to be missed!
Be sure to stop by the Taimali Dawn Park while passing through the South Link Highway. It’s the perfect place to take a break from your commute to catch the rosy sunset glow, to enjoy the ocean breeze, or to dip your feet in the water to wash away all your fatigue!
- Public toilets
- Observation Deck