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Shihfen is located in Pingsi Dist and is well-known for its waterfalls, the Pingsi Branch Railroad and sky lanterns.
The Shihfen Waterfall has been nicknamed the “Little Niagara of Taiwan.” With heights reaching 20 meters (66 feet) and 40 meters (131 feet) wide, it’s the broadest waterfall in all of Taiwan.
The Pingsi Branch Railroad is one of the three existing railroad branches in Taiwan. It was completed in 1921 to support the coal mining industry. The 12.9-kilometer railroad was built along the curving Keelung River and is one of the most popular tourist railroads in Taiwan. The Pingsi Sky Lantern Festival was elected as the second biggest carnival in the world by the Discovery Channel. It attracts more than 400,000 visitors during the Lantern Festival
   
The Shihfen “Old Street”
Although the Shihfen Old Street does not necessarily attract tourists due to its traditional architecture, it does boast the unique attribute of serving as the only old street in Taiwan, which trains pass through on a daily basis. As they happily enjoy delicious home-cooked noodles, visitors can enjoy the sight of trains passing along the unfenced railway gates.

   
Shihfen Waterfall
At 40 meters wide and 20 meters high, the Shihfen Waterfall is one of the greatest waterfalls in Taiwan. Rainbows often appear in the mists raised by the water. It has been described as a heavenly place where angels dwell.
   
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