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Paragliding and Hanggliding landing zone in Saiya / Saicha, Taiwan
Taiwan

This is the well known paragliding and hanggliding landing area in Saicha or Saiya, Taiwan about 1 hour drive away from Kaohshiung airport. Plenty of room, easy for beginners. The remote location makes it also great for longer distance flying, or cross country.

Copyright: Floris van der zwan
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Uploaded: 09/04/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014
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Tags: paragliding; saicha; saiya; hanggliding; taiwan
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