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Pulai Stream Sitoushe War Road
Taiwan

Pulai Stream Sitoushe War Road was built during the Japanese occupation. The Japanese soldiers laid out a three-kilometer footpath along the mountain ridge of the Meilong Mountain as a deterrent against attacks by aborigines. The footpath is about 450 to 500 meters above sea level. It has become a recreational trail where plants of various kinds thrive, mainly mango orchards, bamboo groves, and plum gardens. The trail is a great spot for panoramic views as one can see as far as the Baolai hot springs area and the surrounding mountains.

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Taken: 15/04/2012
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Updated: 27/11/2012
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