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Shen'ao Cape(Seashore)
Taiwan

The beach trail is built to take a walk and overlook Jiufen and Jinkuashih; the visitors may linger on without any thought of leaving because of its varied looks from day to night. There is reef coast around the harbor and it is perfect for rock fishing everywhere.

External link: http://fishfun.com.tw/en.php?node=feature&album_id=28

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