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    Taitung Aboriginal Cultural Hotel

    by Burtty Written Apr 12, 2003

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    Taitung Aboriginal Cultural Hotel

    The hotel is decorated with the aboriginal cutural stuffs. They are very beautiful and unique. It is nice to visit this place even if you do not stay here. The twim room is about USD 30 to USD 40 in this hotel. It is not expensive but we did not stay here so we did not know how it felt to live here.

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    Taitung Forest Park

    by Burtty Written Apr 12, 2003

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    Pi Pa Lake in the park

    Taitung Forest Park is a big green park close to the city. In the park, there are a big garden, two lakes and the hiking trial inside the woods. Besides the Forest Park, it is the beach and the Seashore Park. It is nice to have such a big park in the city.

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    Taitung Seashore Park

    by Burtty Written Apr 9, 2003

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    Taitung Seashore Park

    You can enjoy the sea view at this park. The park is close to the city. Many locals walk or jog in the park at their leisure time. There is also the bicycle lane here. You can ride the bicycle to go around.

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    Kending Narional Park (chinese: ¾Á¤B°ê®a¤½¶é)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Kending Narional Park has three parts. The first part has Jyadung gigantic tree, flower house, stalactite caves, silver-leaf & board-root tree, viewing tower; the second part has silver dragon cave, umbrella pavilion, dangling banyan cave, one-line sky; the third part is an unopened primitive rain forest area. The forest recreation area has many swelling coral reefs and the growing densely and thickly tropical plants, looking like the landscape in the South Sea Islands.

    Website (chinese only):
    http://recreate.forest.gov.tw/forest.php?init=05&char=big5&forest=12

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    Jiben Forest Recreation Area (ª¾¥»´ËªL¹C¼Ö°Ï)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Jiben Forest Recreation Area is located at the middle reach of Jiben creek. You will meet a red suspension bridge at its entrance. The recreation area has botanical garden planting camphor woods, mahogany, pine trees, broad-leaved tree forest, etc. and the B.B.Q, & camp site, plants nursery, hotels, etc.; there are paths stretching to link these spots with one another. The clear creek, the emerald mountains, a variety of butterflies and birds and the pleasant climate are all attractions. It's certainly a worthwhile trip on holidays. The nearby Jiben Hot Spring is also a good spot to visit.

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    Shiau-yeliou (chinese: ¤p³¥¬h)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Shiau-yeliou has a lot of special scenery similar with Yeliou. Owing to the efflorescence and the erosion of sea waves, there are many Doufu-shaped rocks, mushroom-shaped rocks, and bee net stones. Tourists can look the introduction of geological scenery in the service center.

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    Beinan Cultural relic (chinese: ¨õ«n¤å¤Æ¿ò§})

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Beinan Cultural relic is the sarcophagi and remnants excavated during the railroad project. It is the biggest and most intact prehistoric habitation of Taiwan. It belongs to the first class of ancient remains.

    The collections are now exhibited at Beinan Cultural Park for public viewing.

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    Three Fairy Platform (chinese: ¤T¥P¥x)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    The name of "Three Fairy Platform" is given as it's said that Lyu Dung-bin, Li Tye-guai, He Syan-gu of the eight fairies had ever been to this place. There's a cross-sea bridge connecting the three-fairy platform and the seaside. The red-body bridge is composed of eight arch bridges, the wavelike shape resembles a gigantic dragon. On the three fairies platform are great many curious stones; there are potted cave, sea-eroded trench, and sea-eroded cave.

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    Stone Umbrella Rock (chinese: ¥Û«B³Ê)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Stone Umbrella Rock is at the seaside between Chenggung Township and Changbin Township along the Hua-Dung coastal highway. It stretches into the sea, shaped like the nose of an elephant. The stone umbrella rock is cut down into several pieces because of the sea erosion long in time, so the sea eroded caves can be found here. The eroded rock formations at their different anti-corrosive power resemble an umbrella and get its name.

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    Shiau-liouchiou Island (chinese: ¤p¯[²y)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Shiau-liouchiou located in the southwest of Tungkang in Pingtung is the only island of coral reefs. On the north coast, there are configurations of coral reefs and palisades. On the south coast,t here are sandy beaches and gravel pits.

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    Elwanbi Park & Lighthouse (ÃZÆq»ó¤½¶é,¿O¶ð)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    The park is located at the southernmost tip of Taiwan and is known for its eye-catching lighthouse. Which is a white cylinder at a height of 20m and more, it can light far away and so gets the name " the East Asian Light". In the park the limestone formations of coral reefs are everywhere. Which have been eroded by the rain and seawater for long time and therefore form many strange-shaped caves and rocks. Here is also a good place to watch birds, because many great migrants pass through here every autumn.

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    Henchun Ancient Town (chinese: «í¬K¥j«°)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Henchun , called Liang Chiau in the past, means the end point of Taiwan in the Pai-Wan tribal language. Henchun ancient town located in the center of Henchun town was built in the Ching dynasty. At present, there are only four city gates left , belonging to the second class of ancient remains.

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    Shichungshi Hot Spring (chinese: ¥|­«·Ë·Å¬u)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

    Shichungshi Hot Spring located in Checheng Township is one of the biggest hot springs in Taiwan. It is a alkaline hot spring that can cure dermatitis and arthritis. The hot spring area is beside the Shichung River surrounding with mountains and beautiful views. There are several hotels offering accommodations and artificial hot springs. It is a nice place to go for a vacation.

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    Aboriginal Cultural Village (­ì¦í¥Á¤å¤Æ¶é°Ï)

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Aboriginal Cultural Village located in Majia Township has four areas. The welcome area includes managing center, dining service, cultural relic museum, and audio-visual hall etc. The Tamaluwan area and Wukuwan area introduce traditional buildings of nine tribes. Naluwan area includes some special displaying area like aboriginal song and dance show, Multi-media Theater, living pattern hall etc. There are traditional memorial ceremonies held regularly.

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    Cave of Eight Immortals (chinese: ¤K¥P¬})

    by sunnywong Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Cave of Eight Immortals was eroded by waves during the process of rising crust. There are temples and idols in the caves and pathways leading to each cave. Cave of Eight Immortals is a ancient remain of the Old Stone Age. It introduces prehistorically culture in the showplace.

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