The conference will be held at Kenting Howard Hotel, Taiwan.
Kenting National Park, Taiwan's first national park, is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on three sides, the Pacific ocean to the east, the Taiwan Strait to the west and Bashi Channel to the south. The Park embraces land both above and below water. Located over an area of significant tectonic activity, this part of Taiwan is home to many unique geological features, including uplifted coral beds, ocean erosion, and fault line rifts. Geography and tropical climate have together created a rich and varied natural canvas, which today helps define Kenting's special place among Taiwan's national parks. In addition to geology, natural attractions of particular interest in the park include rarely seen coastal plants, the annual autumn overflight of migratory birds from northern Asia, and beautiful living coral reefs.
For a complete overview, see Kenting National Park.