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Cijin Beach
Kaohsiung

From the Cijin Ferry Station, going straight to the end of Miaocian Road, one is greeted enthusiastically by the Cijin Beach with its soft sand and blue waters.  It sits right beside the Seaside Park, with lifeguards and lifesaving facilities readily available, making it the favorite destination for swimming and fun in the water during the hot summer months.  The Beach includes recreational facilities, such as a seaside walkway, a nature trail and an ecological zone, inviting hordes of tourists to its embrace; even when the Beach is not officially open, many people still enjoy visiting the area.  It provides excellent views of ships out at sea as well as the magnificent Cihoushan.

Copyright: Walker Young
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Taken: 28/04/2009
Uploaded: 14/05/2009
Updated: 11/01/2013
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