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A natural inland wetland rare in Taiwan,Dapo Lake is rich in resources that provide an excellent habitat for birds and fish. Facilities like bike routes,pavilions,fishing area,bird-watching area and greenish garden together make Dapo a beautiful eco-park.
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- Observation Deck
- Bus station
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Beautiful Lake Against Backdrop of MountainsThis is probably the first stop for those on a bicycle heading towards Mr Brown Road. It is not a big lake, but nevertheless, a beautiful one given the tranquil waters set aside the mountains in the background. It's a good place for photographs. Unfortunately, the cycling track around the pond is unsuitable for those taking the 2 or 4 person electric bicycle as the track is narrow and probably suitable only for those on a single person bicycle. For those on a 2 or 4 person electric bicycle, you have to cycle on the road around the perimeter of the lake. Toilet facilities are available at 2 separate points around the lake: the first at the visitor centre, and the second point is on the way to Mr Brown Road. Near the visitor centre, there are small boats that looked to be for rental, but it looked close when we were there about 1pm. In any case, a ride or walk around the pond seemed good and pleasant enough.
Unassuming beautiful sceneryThe 'pond' is a like small lake. There is an approximately 1.5km nice walking/cycling path around the lake which also consists of a boardwalk. The lake is mostly covered with beautiful lotus plants against the backdrop of mountains. Many birds and ducks can be sighted in the lake.
Beautiful. Peace and calmingRented a bicycle for NT100 (for 7 hours ride). Cycled from the train station to the pond took about 10 min. The view was great. It was peace and calming. Good place for picnic and relax.
친구 동반 여행
좋은 아침공기와 경치가 정말 좋아. 사람들이 아침마다 여기에 와서 산책하고 운동도 했었다. 여기부터 육십석산까지 멀지 않아 대략 삼십분 정도 도착할 수 있어요.
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