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烏來瀑布公園
Taiwan

Wulai is surrounded by mountains. Wonderful scenery, river, hot spring, waterfall, Sakura, red maple leaves, bird and butterfly watching, cable car, Yunhsien Holiday Resort sightseeing train, aboriginal dancing and singing, aboriginal culture etc. are all characteristics of this region.

External link : http://foreigner.tpc.gov.tw/_file/2968/SG/36627/D.html

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Uploaded: 14/04/2010
Updated: 26/02/2012
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Tags: park; waterfall; wulai; taipei; taiwan
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