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Pingtung County . Maubitou (Cat nose beak)
Literally "Cat's Nose", Maubitou is one of the two promontories that form the southernmost part of Taiwan, the other being the Eluanbi promontory. Not reaching quite so far south as Eluanbi, its claim to fame rests on the fact that the rocks here, which have been undermined and have fallen into the sea, are said to resemble a crouching cat. From a pavilion on top of Maubitou it is possible to look across the length of Kenting's southern coastline and the hills that rise above it. Closer at hand, geological formations such as Skirt Coast also provide considerable interest.