Located at the north tip of the Taitung coastline, Zhangyuan’s population is majority Amis, most of them being farmers, laborers, and fishermen. Zhangyuan Bridge is to the south of Zhangyuan Village. There are three bridges, the oldest, the old and the new bridges, all parallelly crossing the Shuimuding Creek, where different elevation on the terrain forms an unique landscape and the Zhangyuan Bridge Park was established by the East Coast Scenic Area. The oldest bridge was built in 1937. It is the most well-preserved ancient bridge in the East Coast from the Japanese Occupation Period. Foundations made of perfectly arranged egg-shaped pebbles are formed into three arches, quietly standing on the giant boulders in the river valley, presenting a natural landscape of unadorned and nostalgic charms.