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Shei-pa National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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Home to the rare and endangered relic species Formosan landlocked salmon, Shei-Pa National Park encompasses the undulating Syue Mountain Range.
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Under the influence of the tropical monsoon, the Shoushan National Natural Park has a subtropical monsoon climate. The hottest month in August where the average temperature is about 29.4
Taijiang National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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Tidal land is one of the most distinctive features of the park’s coastal landscape. The land along the Tainan coast has a gentle gradient and the rivers that flow into the sea on the west coast carry a large amount of sand.
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The Dongsha Atoll is made up of reef-building corals. With a circular shape, it looks like the Dragon King's ring, a superb piece of nature's craftsmanship.
Kinmen National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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Besides historical battlefield sites and cultural assets, Kinmen National Park also boasts of abundant species of birds and ecologically vibrant coastal waters.
Yushan National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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A typical high mountain park, Yushan National Park is represented by the Yushan and Central Mountain Ranges. It covers a rich array of natural landscapes and resources.
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Yangmingshan National Park features the relics of vocanic activities, and is the best place to understand the formation of the Taiwan island.
Kenting National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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Kenting National Park, home to Taiwna's tropical and marine ecosystems, covers varied topographic features, an abundance of flora and fauna, and unpolluted seawaters.
Taroko National Park [ 2014-11-11 ]
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Well-known for its magnificent gorge, Taroko National Park covers an extensive range of ecosystems from the sea level to the alpine.