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Dragon and Tiger pagodas, as seen from the pavilion of Lotus Lake, Kaohsiung
Opened in 1951, Lotus Lake is a man-made lake and popular tourist destination on the east side of the Tsoying District in Kaohsiung and it is the biggest lake in the city.
A bicycle path runs around the eastern and southern sides of Lotus Lake, allowing visitors to do a bit of exercise while viewing the lake.
Lying to the east of the Old Street in Tsoying District, Lotus Lake has been a popular scenic resort since the Qing dynasty, during which the lake full of lush lotus flowers was praised as one of the eight scenic resorts in Fengshan region.
SOURCE: Alex Photo Studio, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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