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BeachBoy wrote:I want to make this trip in late October or early November. What does Fulong look like that time of year?
In my opinion that's the perfect time. Taiwan's fall weather is my favorite, not so hot and humid.
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Great! I read somewhere the beach might not be too clean that time of year
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