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Lovers Lake(Golden Chicken)
Taiwan

The park offers different facilities including kiosks, hanging bridge, observation platform, windmills and pathways for visitors to take a walking and enjoy the natural scenery, the beauty of plants and the forest therapy. It is also a great choice to stand on the observation deck to see the seashore.

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Hochgeladen: 24/08/2010
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