After passing through Xinxian Village, I arrived at Registration Station. Every visitor must apply for permission here to enter the National Preserve Forest Region. However I focused on the beautiful scenery along the road and didn't spot the station. I went through the station with stopping which means I violate the regulation. I felt bad even though I didn't get caught. I definitely will apply for the permission next time I visit this region.
From Xinxian to Fushan, the scenery along the road is spectacular. I felt refreshed. And I found actually there are many waterfalls in Wulai region. I don't like Wulai Waterfall or Xinxian Waterfall because too many visitors there during weekends and their surroundings are overdeveloped. I think if visitors have more free time, they can visit Xinxian or Fushan region. I found that the road's condition is quiet good and cyclists will enjoy their ride. I would like to ride my bike in the region after I get my new bike.
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