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At the front left and right of the park are Yun Han Pond and Guang Hua Pond, respectively, each covering an area of about 3,000 square meters. These irregularly shaped landscape ponds are filled with colorful koi and other fish. There are also waterfowl to be found here all year round, including black-crowned night-herons and common moorhens. The scenery is beautiful, with rockeries, arched bridges, and waterfalls, making for a scenic spot for tourists both Taiwanese and foreign to take a rest and for the public to come take a walk and watch the fish.