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The Chinshui Cliff is located at the eastern edge of Taiwan, the north part of Hualian County, facing the Pacific Ocean.

The Suhua High Way which connects the north and the east has a length of 118 meters, and is known for its coastline fault location. Traveling on the highway, one could not only see the magnificent mountains to his west, but also great cliffs and sea wave to his east. The Chinshui Cliff is one of the rarest cliff sites in the world, and is one of the "eight sceneries of Taiwan". The cliff is 21 kilometers wide, 800 meters above sea, and cuts in the Pacific at 90 degrees.

Suhua Highway

Chinshui Cliff appears on the following banknote(s):
TWD P1971 1961 1 Yuan

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