The Fu Luen Tower is a landscape tower built by the Keelung Southeast Rotary Club in 1986. It can provide a 360-degree view. When the weather is good, the Keelung City and Keelung Port, Keelung River, Keelung Mountain, and Keelung Island can be seen in once. In addition, even the Taipei 101 and the Yangming Mountain are also clearly visible. The scenery of the mountains and seas are amazing here.
There is an ancient tombstone behind the Fu Luen Observation Deck. The engraved word of the tombstone is mottled, but it is vaguely recognizable that the right row says "Hunan Xiangxiang County" and the left row says "Guangxu Yiyou..."; the year of Guangxu Yiyou is Guangxu eleven-year (1885). From 1884 to 1885, a war broke out between the Qing Dynasty and France over Vietnam's sovereignty issue, and the French attacked Keelung. At that time, the Qing army built a fort in Hongdanshan. The French army called it "Fort Bambou." The owner of the tomb may be a soldier of the Qing army who died at that time. The tomb of the Qing army witnessed the cruelty of the war at that time.