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Neidong Forest Park(Pavilion)
Taiwan

From the pavilion we can view the Wusha River Waterfall.

This waterfall cascades down from a fault terrain at the confluence of the Wusha River, after which it is named, and the Nanshih River. Although Wusha is not the most impressive of Neidong's various waterfalls, its proximity to the recreation area entrance. makes it the most accessible.

Externl link : http://tour.tpc.gov.tw/tourism_en/handbook.do?method=detail&id=124c0e816a3000004381

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