Story of Razat from India-Mt Guanyin

Opposite the Tamsui river lies Guanyinshan (Mt. Guanyin). With a height of 616 meters, it is Taiwan’s youngest dormant volcano.

It was formed by volcanic eruptions 600,000 years ago. The mountain mass was built over time through various eruptions and the accumulation of magma and volcanic debris, creating today’s mountain landscape. My travel buddies Sevendi and Semmy and I happen to take this trip during one of the weekends this past semester. It was one of the most unexpected and best trips we ever did in Taiwan.

Razat Kharga, Department of Computer Science and Engineering