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- Lane 272, Wolong St., Da'an Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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Full of ecological beauties with easy accessThis conservation area was used to a military base of bomb bunkers and was restricted to local residents. Ever since the bunkers were moved to other place, this area was transformed to be a conservation area, or the Fu-Yang ecological park. Sicne this area was not open to public due to military camouflage for more than 50 years, it conservres the original environmrnt and becomes the habitats of many native species, some are near extincted. Visitors can take the Taipei Metro brown line (wenhu line) to the BR06 (linkuang) station, and 5 mins walk follow the Fuyang St. to the entrance of the park. Visitors can find natural beauties such as butterflies, frogs, firefly(especially in April's evening), birds, and wild flowers. When climbing to th top of the mountain, you can see fantasic view of taipei 101.
In Close Proximity to Bus Lines and the MRTFuyang Nature Ecological Park is easy to get to. Simply take a bus (e.g., #285) to Fuyang Street Entrance or the MRT to Linguang Station and walk up Fuyang Street to the end. Explore the biodiversity in the park and, if you wish, continue to hike up to Fuzhoushan Park to take in great views of downtown Taipei.
Peaceful parkThis place was ammunition depot and owned by military, and now it is an small forest park. There is a trail could let tourist to Fujhoushan Park where you will have nice view to overlook city and Taipei 101. The most famous creature here is Taipei Tree Frog, an endemic frog only found in Taiwan. How to get here : Take exit at Linguang metro station (Wenhu Line), then check the map at the station, you will find it takes only 5 minutes walk to the park. Highly recommended if you're tired of crowded city travel and despairing to look for a peaceful place to take a breath.
Hiking into a city jungleIt's a rather small park but totally worth the visit. Fuyang Eco-Parc is located in a quiet area and may possibly not encounter a lot of people - it's relaxing to be away from the crowds for a while. The vegetation is awesome: the re-grown forest in what used to be a disposal area for Japanese ammunition makes you feel like in the heart of a tropical jungle. Make sure you're wearing decent shoes and bring some insect repellent as the mosquitos can be really nasty.
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