【Kenting National Park Law】
Post from Restrictions within the Premises of Kending National Park No selling or displaying animals, plants, and their specimens that are protected by Naitonal Park Law or other relevant laws. No storing, selling, displaying stalagmites, stalactites, fossils, shell sands, coral reefs, or other unique rocks as well as their specimens and processed products. No retail stands or vendors in the non-approved area within the National Park’s recreation areas. No pasturing outside the general restricted areas or within the 20-meter areas along main roads. No transportation containers, trailers, vendor stands or other similar constructions that destroy the landscapes in the national park heavily. No beach motoring, sand skiing or riding, driving on all-terrain vehicle like Land Rovers. No climbing on Mt. Dajian, Cingwashih, and Chuanfan Rock in the park. No setting off fireworks in the national park (except for the local endemic customs and religious rituals during Chinese New Year’s Eve, and the first day to the fifth day of the lunar new year, Lantern Festival, Tomb Sweeping Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Summer Ghost Festival, and Moon Festival). No barbecuing and no trespassing the guard rails in the Chuhuo Natural Fire Special Scenic Area in the national park. No casting any ray of light, flying sky lanterns in the national park. No camping, barbecuing, making up campfire outside of the campgrounds in the recreation areas.