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Heart of Love River
Kaohsiung

Combining sea and land sightseeing, detention pond, and eco-environmental functions, the Heart of Love River costs NT$ 170 million to construct.Situated at the midstream of Love River on Bo-ai 1st Road and Tongmeng 1st Road in Kaohsiung, the Heart of Love River is formed by Donghu and Sihu, with its shape like a heart.Its cycling path and beautiful lakeshore scenery has already become the quality leisure spot of Kaohsiung City.

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