Fuyang Eco Park is just a 5-minute walk from MRT Linguang Station. During the time of the Japanese Colonial Period to 1988， the site was used as a military ammunition depot. Later， it became the land designated for a park. The entire valley maintains almost the same ecological landscape that existed more than a hundred years ago. There are abundant plants in the park， with insects calling and birds singing， where natural resources such as low-elevation forests and streams are also preserved. The rare ecological park in the City is divided into several areas: Natural Succession Area， Butterfly Watching Area， Formosan Giant Flying Squirrel Observation Area and Taipei Tree Frog Observation Area. Other than tree frogs， butterflies and Formosan Giant Flying Squirrels， the Park has a total of 5000 trees covering 331 plant species， such as: Incense machilus (Machilus zuihensis)， Formosa acacia (Acacia confusa)， Turn In The Wind (Mallotus paniculatus)， Elephant's Ear (Macaranga tanarius)， etc. In the surroundings， there are houses of the military dependents' village， preserved forts， culverts and vicissitudinous stone steps. Marks of painstaking efforts made by the military officers are clearly evident. Standing among these old structures would give visitors an odd feeling of having a soulfuls communication with the older generation.