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Infinity pools at the Nam Hai
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“Melding tiers of palm-fringed infinity pools finally fuse into the South China Sea.” (Photo courtesy of The Nam Hai. Used with permission.)
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Pool scene at the Nam Hai
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The villa’s raised central platform is the major focus of the room. (Photo courtesy of The Nam Hai. Used with permission.)
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Room perspective  (Photo courtesy of The Nam Hai. Used with permission.)
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Sitting area looking out to the sea. The Nam Hai.
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The Nam Hai - Sea view from villa.
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Villa patio at the Nam Hai
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Villa 4030, the Nam Hai
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Bas-relief in garden patio
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Indigenous basket boats
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Spa villas, the Nam Hai, Vietnam
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A giant Buddha sits atop Mt. Bagua in the Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area in central Taiwan. Originally named Mt. Wangluo, the mountain served as a strategic garrison during the Qing Dynasty. For this reason, it was also called Dingjunshan, meaning "Garrison Mountain." In the 18th century, its name was changed to Mt. Bagua because its shape resembled the famous Eight Trigrams (Bagua) of the ancient Book of Changes. Mt. Bagua, located on the eastern outskirts of Changhua City, has a panoramic view of the city from its peak, at an elevation of 100 meters. It is well known for its black 70 meters-high statue of Buddha.

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