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FuLong Beach Area(Entrance)
Taiwan

After entering the Longmen area, tourists will begin noticing the interesting and diverse scenery that distinguishes Fulong. Rippling layers of terraced fields and river terrace coupled with the sound of the Shuangsi River murmuring within a gorge is just part of what awaits visitors in Fulong.

A characteristic sand split landform formed by the interaction of river and ocean divides the calm Shuangsi River from the overwhelming waves of the ocean, creating the unique view Fulong has to offer. 

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Uploaded: 08/05/2012
Updated: 25/09/2014
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