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The Feilonpu Waterfall, with another name Dadishui, is 20 kilometres to the Southwest of the county seat. There is a highway linking the waterfall with the Dadishui Hydroelectric Station. Getting off the bus, visitors only need to walk two to three Li to the destination. The water of the fall originates from the Bajiang River. With a drop of 88 meters, the maximum flowing volume reaches 150 cubic meters per second. The waterfall is thus Yeputed as Zhujiang's No. 1 waterfall. In flood seasons, visitors can see the imposing water falling straight down. The sound produced from the fall trembles surrounding mountains, and can even be heard from a distance of several Li. In dry seasons, the waterfall is divided into two falls, just like silver rings hung in the east of the waterfall is the Niulang (cowboy) Cave and the Celestial Cave to the west. Besides, not far away from the fall, there is a hot spring with an invariable temperature of 24 degrees centigrade, which has attracted crowds of tourists to come in all the four seasons.
The Long Lake is near Weize Village, 15 kilometres to the east of the county seat. It is a lava lake, with a length of 3 kilometres and a width of only 300 meters, thus being named 'Long Lake'. In the middle of the lake is the Penglai (fairyland ) Islent. In the bottom of the Lake are stalagmites and stone posts. The lake gets another name 'Hiding Lake' since it is deeply embraced by surrounding mountains covered by green pines. The Long Lake scenic area is composed of the Mopan Mountain, Dushi Mountain, Long Lake and Penglai Islet. Looking at the far-reaching green mountains and beautiful lake, visitors will specifically enjoy its fresh atmosphere, secluded and elegant charms.
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