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Sinwei Forest Park
Taiwan

The Sinwei Forest Park, about 26 hectares in size, was originally a government tree nursery. Turned into a national scenic park in 1997, the park is an all-time-favorite of photographers and nature-lovers for its magnificent mahogany trail that goes on for over one kilometer. What a scene to enjoy when over a thousand mahogany trees shed leaves during the autumn! In addition to that, there are wooden trails that detour into the forest, providing a quiet, sublime spot for nature-lovers and romantics to breathe some air.

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