Formosa (Taiwan), originally named by the Portuguese in 1544 meaning "beautiful island", is the 4th tallest in the world. Located in the center of Taiwan, Mt. Ali towers the highest of 2,663 meters (about 8,736 feet). Mt. Ali is world famous for its fiver rare sites including the sunrise, the Ali Mountain Forest Steam Rail, the famous Mt. Ali Sacred Tree, the Grand Sea of Cluds, and the Flamboyant Cherry Blossom.
This travel release guides viewers through the picturesque sights of Fermosa, a Taiwanese region known as the fourth tallest island in the world, all through the perspective of the narrow-gauge forest steam rail that traverses the area.