Moon World Mud Volcano, Tianliao
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Moon World Mud Volcano, Tianliao

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Mud volcanos are not true volcanos but fault zones as well as fracture zones. Mud and gases are released from the surface at the same time, and the surface deposits. When mud continuously emerges from mud fumaroles, the surface gradually ascends from the ground level. Eventually mud flows over the surface with large bubbles like those in boiling water.

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A: Moon World Scenic Pond, Tianliao

di liu-chun-chieh, 720 metri di distanza

Situated in Chongde Village, Tianliao District, Moon World Scenic Pond mainly functions as a detentio...

Moon World Scenic Pond, Tianliao

B: Moon World

di liu-chun-chieh, 880 metri di distanza

Surrounded by mountains, Tianliao District's Moon World has a special geological shape that includes ...

Moon World

C: Wulikeng, Tianliao(on air)

di liu-chun-chieh, 1.3 km di distanza

Situated at the border of Guting and Side in Tianliao, Wulikeng is a well-developed mudstone badlands...

Wulikeng, Tianliao(on air)

D: Wulikeng

di liu-chun-chieh, 1.6 km di distanza

Located between Guting and Xide Neighborhoods in Tianliao District, Wulikeng has some geological patt...

Wulikeng

E: Wulikeng, Tianliao

di liu-chun-chieh, 2.1 km di distanza

Situated at the border of Guting and Side in Tianliao, Wulikeng is a well-developed mudstone badlands...

Wulikeng, Tianliao

F: Banana Orchard

di liu-chun-chieh, 2.1 km di distanza

The vast Tianliao has many rivers and hills, so the farming space is limited. Besides, its rugged ter...

Banana Orchard

G: Wulikeng, Tianliao

di liu-chun-chieh, 2.2 km di distanza

Situated at the border of Guting and Side in Tianliao, Wulikeng is a well-developed mudstone badlands...

Wulikeng, Tianliao

H: Meander of Erren River (Guting Village), Tianliao

di liu-chun-chieh, 2.4 km di distanza

Erren River originates in Neimen, Kaohsiung. Its main stream is 61.2 kilometers long, and its basin o...

Meander of Erren River (Guting Village), Tianliao

I: Guava Orchard

di liu-chun-chieh, 3.2 km di distanza

Tianliao District is one of the original guava production sites. Its climate and limestone soil has p...

Guava Orchard

J: Mao-Cao Mountain

di liu-chun-chieh, 3.7 km di distanza

Maocao Mountain, next to Kaohsiung County Road No. 39-1, sits among the valleys formed by the badland...

Mao-Cao Mountain

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