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Unknown Beautiful Sites in Taiwan, Part 2

This is the second part to “Unknown Beautiful Sites in Taiwan.” Below, you will see some of the hidden treasures of Taiwan.

sicao
Sicao, a reserve for wild animals in the National Taijiang Park in Tainan, Taiwan. (Image: NTDTV)

Jiaming Lake
Jiaming Lake, the second highest lake in Taiwan at an altitude of 3,310 meters. (Image: NTDTV)

Chike
Chike Mountain in the rift valley in eastern Taiwan reaching 800-1200 meters high. (Image: NTDTV)

Sakeyajin
Sakeyajin Brook, a source of the Dahan River in Xin-zhu,Taiwan. (Image: NTDTV)

Niuchou Pit
Niuchou Pit, a hill in Nantou county in central Taiwan where plum trees are in full blossom in the winter. (Image: NTDTV)

Nanto
Qicai Lake (The Colorful Lake), the second deepest mountain lake in Taiwan (2,870 meters high, 8 meters deep) in Nantou county, central Taiwan. (Image: NTDTV)

Shenmi Valley
Shenmi Valley (also named Sgadan) in Hualien county in eastern Taiwan. (Image: NTDTV)

Wufen Mountain
Wufen Mountain, a hill in north-eastern Taiwan reaching an altitude of 757 meters. (Image: NTDTV)

These magical places are hidden secrets that only some lucky visitors ever explore. If you visit Taiwan, try to find these places.

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