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Simian Mountain (四面山, Simian Shan, located in the north part of Jiangjin, Chongqing, China, is a transitive zone between the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau and the Sichuan Basin. So, with the help of favorable climate and sufficient rainfall, the whole zone is decked with luxuriant forests. It is the location of several significant waterfalls. Wangxiangtai (the Balcony of Nostalgia) Waterfall, 150 meters high and 40 meters wide, is one of the well-known waterfalls in China, and consists of many small waterfalls; Shuikoushi Waterfall is noted for its grand scale.
Snaking its way among the valleys on Simian Mountain, the current of Chaba River feeds a number of lakes, of which the most majestic one is known as Great Red Sea.
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