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FuLong Beach Area(Seaside)
Taiwan

The golden sand that makes up Fulong’s entire 3-kilometer stretch, a rare sight on this island, enriches its attractiveness even during the midday heat. Nothing makes the cool waters more inviting than the scorching heat of the sand underfoot.

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

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Uploaded: 08/05/2012
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