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Wangyou Valley, Yanchao
Taiwan

The topography of Wangyou Valley is similar to the mudstone-structured Taiyang Valley with steep zigzag-shaped ridges. On a good day, when the valley is covered by the setting sun’s soft, golden light, the view is stunning and out of this world. Hence it’s named Wangyou Valley.

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