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Some National Parks And Tourist Spots In Taiwan Temporarily Closed Due To Typhoon Lekima

The meteorological bureau's chief said that Thursday and Friday are the most recent period of typhoon from Taiwan by typhoon Lekima as the intensity of the typhoon continues to increase. 

It will reach northern Taiwan when it approaches the country. It has become a strong typhoon and it is estimated that a land typhoon warning will be issued.

Taipei City announced the closure of riverside parking areas while the Directorate General of Highways said it could close parts of Provincial Highways 2, 7, and 9 as a precaution to motorists.

The Forestry Bureau of Taiwan also announced that it would close the Taipingshan National Forest Recreation Area. Guishan Island will be closed for three days beginning Thursday with Fulong Beach following same closure until Friday.

Suspension bridge will be temporarily closed and some popular spots that are located outside will be temporarily remove for the safety of all locals, travelers and tourist around Taipei and other parts of Northeast Taiwan.

Typhoon Lekima was packing maximum sustained winds of a steong 162kph with its gusts of up to 198 kph, according to the data from the Central Weather Bureau.

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