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FuLong Beach Area(Rainbow Bridge)
Taiwan

Waiting to greet visitors as they approach the sea is the Rainbow Bridge, which links the inner and outer sections of the beach that has been. The bridge is sometimes functional, depending on whether the “island” is above sea level or not.

External link : http://tour.cca.gov.tw/frontsite/english/spotsAction.do?method=doListDetail&sno=200910120008

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