"From Jinzun tourists can overlook the panorama of the entire coast. The full panoramic view includes Jinzun fishing port, a white sandy beach and nearby valleys. It's the only place where the sea connects to the land that is forming. Due to its resemblance to a wine glass it was named Jinzun (Golden Glass). Also, because it is shaped like an anchor, it is also known as Anchor Island or Anchor-Shaped Reef.
The most charming part of Jinzun is its three kilometer stretch of clean sandy beach. Vsitors can rest along the viewing area and go for a walk down the wooden ladder to the beach, listening to the sound of waves, or go fishing. However, due to the steep slope of beach, visitors are prohibited to swim in the sea.
After fun at the beach, tourists can return to the coffee shop next to the viewing area. What a great way to enjoy life."