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Lonsheng Fallen Bridge, Miaoli County

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The remains of Lonsheng Fallen Bridge rank as one of Taiwan's Cultural Heritage Assets. The bridge serves as a memorial to two earthquakes that destroyed it. The earthquake from 1999 severed the construction, and since then it serves as a memorial. Built in the beginning of 20th century, today pillars still stand, surrounded by flowers and grass, which cover the remains. The remote site can be reached by car. Add Lonsheng Fallen Bridge and other attractions to your Miaoli County trip itinerary using our Miaoli County vacation trip planner.
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The city of Miaoli possesses a good number of accommodations, with its size and character providing a middle ground between the larger cities and smaller townships of the area. As such, it contains a number of standard hotels and hostels, alongside large, more luxurious hotels and attractive eco-retreats and lodges. Look across the entirity of Miaoli County to find the scenery and accommodation style to suit you, with secluded options humble and grand located in the many hidden-away townships.
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  • Not much else to say... collapsed former railway bridge pylons. Seems to be a popular location for people to have picnics. Wouldn't recommend going out of your way to visit, but a worthwhile stop over...  more »
  • Nothing much to do but to take photo. If you are going to shengfeng old train station then you might pass by this area. Could just stop and take photo. But I don't think a must stop to see.  more »
  • The bridge makes for a nice photo backdrop. You can also walk to a nearby forest to look at the flora and fauna growing off a part of the bridge that was fallen.  more »