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Zhong Zheng Lake

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Zhong Zheng Lake is a favorite spot in the Meinong District and is known for its serene natural beauty and easy accessibility for visitors. The surrounding park is 21 hectares in size. The water and the land are well-integrated as visitors are just one fence away from the clear, partially duckweed-covered water. During sunrise and sunset, various species of birds can be spotted flying over the water or perched on the surrounding trees and shrubs. A pagoda sits in the middle of the lake for visitors to take a rest and view the landscape. Strollers and bicycle riders are also welcome to visit. 

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