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Basic information about Taipei
Taipei (/ˌtaɪˈpeɪ/, literally means \North of Tai(wan)\), officially known as Taipei City (Chinese: 臺北市 or 台北市; pinyin: Táiběi Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-pak Chhī), is the capital city and a special municipality of Taiwan. Sitting at the northern tip of Taiwan, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km (16 mi) southwest of the northern port city Keelung. The city is mostly located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border. The city proper is home to an estimated population of 2,693,672 in 2009, forming the core part of the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area which includes the nearby cities of New Taipei and Keelung with a population of 6,900,273, the 40th most-populous urban area in the world. The name \Taipei\ can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or the city proper. Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan, and one of the major hubs of the Chinese-speaking world. Considered to be a global city, Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area. Railways, high-speed rail, highways, airports, and bus lines connect Taipei with all parts of the island. The city is served by two airports – Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan. Taipei is home to various world-famous architectural or cultural landmarks which include Taipei 101, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Dalongdong Baoan Temple, Hsing Tian Kong, Mengjia Longshan Temple, National Palace Museum, Presidential Office Building, Taipei Guest House, Ximending, and several night markets dispersing over the city. Its natural features such as Maokong, Yangmingshan, and hot springs are also well known to international visitors. Due to politics, \Taipei\ can occasionally be used as a synecdoche regarding the sovereignty of Taiwan. Due to the ongoing controversy over the political status of Taiwan, the name Chinese Taipei (中華台北) is designated for use officially when Taiwanese governmental representatives or national teams participate in some international organizations or international sporting events (which may require UN statehood) in order to avoid extensive political controversy by using other names.
Cities, towns & villages in Taipei
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TaipeiTaipei (/ˌtaɪˈpeɪ/), officially known as Taipei City, is the capital city and a special municipality of the Republic of China on Taiwan. Sitting at the northern tip of the state, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km (16 mi) southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border. Since 1949, Taipei has been the temporary capital of the ROC after losing the mainland to the Communists in the Chinese Civil War. Show Taipeion the map
JinguashiJinguashi (Chinkuashih; Chinese: 金瓜石; pinyin: Jīnguāshí; Wade–Giles: Chin1-kua1-shih2; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kim-koe-chio̍h) is a town in Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan, notable for its historic gold and copper mines. It is also known as Kinkaseki in Japanese and was under Taihoku Prefecture during Japanese rule. From 1942–1945, during the final years of World War II, it was used by the Japanese as a prisoner-of-war camp. \n* Historic gold mine museum \n* Outdoor cafe by museum entrance \n* Abandoned railway tracks \n* High humidity and the result \n* Giant statue \n* Valley Show Jinguashion the map
WanliWanli District (Chinese: 萬里區; pinyin: Wànlǐ Qū), known in Basay as Masu, is a rural district on the rocky seacoast in northeastern New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. Wanli is a popular tourist destination and the site of the Cape Yeliu Miocene Formation which features distinctive hoodoo outcrops. The \"Queen's Head\" outcrop is a Taiwanese icon and serves as an informal trademark for the township. Kataw in the adjacent Jinshan District features the Wanli Taiwanese hot springs area, which is connected with the Jinshan Hot Springs (金山溫泉). Show Wanlion the map
BitanBitan (Chinese: 碧潭; pinyin: Bìtán; Wade–Giles: Pi4-t'an2), historically called Shi-Bitan (Chinese: 石碧潭; pinyin: Shíbìtán), is a tourist spot in Xindian District, New Taipei City, Republic of China (Taiwan). \"Bitan\" literally means \"green lake\", referring to where the Xindian River widens to form the lake. There is a well-known suspension bridge that is used only by pedestrians. The bridge can be seen on the crest of Xindian. There are many restaurants, carnival activities, and pedal boats in the area. Show Bitanon the map
YongheYonghe District (Chinese: 永和區; pinyin: Yǒnghé Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Éng-hô-khu) is an inner city district in the southern part of New Taipei, Taiwan. Yonghe District is the smallest district in New Taipei City. It is primarily a residential area, and serves as a bedroom community for industry in Taipei and surrounding areas. With around 40,000 inhabitants per square kilometer, Yonghe is the densest district-level subdivision in Taiwan, and one of the densest local government subdivisions in the world. Show Yongheon the map
BanqiaoBanqiao District (Chinese: 板橋區; pinyin: Bǎnqiáo Qū) is a district and the seat of New Taipei in northern Taiwan. It has the third highest population density in Taiwan. It was formerly the 22nd densest city in the world, with over 24,000 people per square km. Until the December 25, 2010 creation of New Taipei City, Banqiao (then transliterated as Panchiao) was an incorporated county-controlled city and the former seat of Taipei County. Show Banqiaoon the map
Wan-huaWanhua District, known in Taiwanese Hokkien as Báng-kah khu and historically as \"Monga\" or \"Monka\", is a district in Taipei, Taiwan. It is Taipei's oldest district. The district is home to historic buildings such as the Manka Longshan Temple, an iconic historic temple, and the Red House Theater, the first and largest teahouse and playhouse in Taiwan. Taipei's oldest, but decaying, garment district is also here. Show Wan-huaon the map
DanshuiTamsui is a sea-side district in New Taipei, Taiwan. It is named after the Tamsui River; the name means \"fresh water\". The town is popular as a site for viewing the sun setting into the Taiwan Strait. Though modest in size (population 162,441), the district is home to three universities (Aletheia University, Tamkang University, and St. John's University) and has a large role in Taiwanese culture. Show Danshuion the map
BaliBali District (Chinese: 八里區; pinyin: Bālǐ Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pat-lí-khu) is a rural district in the northwestern part of New Taipei City in northern Taiwan (Republic of China). In Taiwanese Hokkien, it was known as Pat-lí-hun (八里坌) during the rule of the Qing Dynasty. The new Port of Taipei is under construction in Bali. Bali is considered by many to be the top tourist attraction in Taiwan, if not South East Asia. Show Balion the map
WulaiWulai District (Chinese: 烏來區; pinyin: Wūlái Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: U-lai-khu) is a mountain indigenous district in southern New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. It sits near the border with Taipei and is famous for its hot springs. It is the largest district in New Taipei, as well as the most mountainous, and is home to the Atayal people of the Taiwanese aborigines. Show Wulaion the map
JinshanJinshan District (Chinese: 金山區) is a rural district on the coast in northern New Taipei, Taiwan. The district draws many visitors each year because of its hot springs and its proximity to Chin Pao San and the Ju Ming Museum. The district is home to the Dharma Drum Buddhist College, an institution of higher learning founded by Dharma Drum Mountain monastics devoted to the principles of Zen Buddhism. Show Jinshanon the map
SanchongSanchong District (Chinese: 三重區; pinyin: Sānchóng Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sam-tiông-khu) is an inner city district in the western part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. With an area of 16.32 km² and a population of 384,618 people (2003), it has the fourth highest population density in Taiwan and 23rd in the world, with over 23,900 people per km². Show Sanchongon the map
PingxiPingxi District (Chinese: 平溪區; pinyin: Píngxī Qū; Wade–Giles: P'ing-hsi; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pêng-khoe khu; historically spelled Pinghsi), is a rural district in eastern New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. The source of the Keelung River is in Jingtong, which is inside Pingxi District. It was an important coal mining town in the early 20th century. Show Pingxion the map
YinggeYingge District (Chinese: 鶯歌區; pinyin: Yīnggē Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Eng-ko-khu; literally: \"oriole song township\") is an urban district located on the Dahan River in southwestern New Taipei City in northern Republic of China (Taiwan). It is famous for the production of porcelain and an abundance of art studios and shops. Show Yinggeon the map
XizhiXizhi (Chinese: 汐止區) is an inner city district in New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. Xizhi grew quickly during the 1980s and 1990s, and is home to many of Taiwan's major electronics companies, such as Acer, Garmin (Asia), Coiler, Lanner Electronics and DFI. Show Xizhion the map
PinglinPinglin District (a.k.a. Ping-Lin, Chinese: 坪林區; pinyin: Pínglín Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Phiâⁿ-lîm-khu) is a rural district of southeastern New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the third-largest district of New Taipei City and it is located in the mountain area connecting to Yilan County on the east coast. Show Pinglinon the map
Chung-hoZhonghe District (Chinese: 中和區; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhōnghé Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhonghé Cyu, Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiong-hô Khu), historically spelled Chung-Ho and Jhonghe, is an inner city district in New Taipei in northern Taiwan (Republic of China). Zhonghe is a burgeoning satellite city of Taipei. Show Chung-hoon the map
JiufenJiufen, also spelled Jioufen or Chiufen (Chinese: 九份; pinyin: Jiǔfèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Káu-hūn; literally: \"nine portions\"), is a mountain area in the Ruifang District of New Taipei City near Keelung, Taiwan. Show Jiufenon the map
GongliaoGongliao District (Chinese: 貢寮區; pinyin: Gòngliáo Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kòng-liâu-khu; literally: \"gift hut\") is a rural district in the eastern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the most eastern district on the main island of Taiwan and at its most eastern tip is Cape of San Diego. Show Gongliaoon the map
XinzhuangXinzhuang District (Chinese: 新莊區; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnzhuāng Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinjhuang Cyu) is an inner city district in the western part of New Taipei in northern Taiwan. It has an area of 19.74 km2 (7.62 sq mi) and a population of 413,443 people (2016). Show Xinzhuangon the map
ShenkengShenkeng District (Chinese: 深坑區; pinyin: Shēnkēng Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhim-kheⁿ khu) is a rural district in central New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. Formerly an agricultural and mining town, it is now famous for its numerous tofu restaurants and vendors. Show Shenkengon the map
LuzhouLuzhou District (Chinese: 蘆洲區; Hanyu Pinyin: Lúzhōu Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Lújhou Cyu; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lô·-chiu-khu) is an inner city district in northwestern New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the second smallest district in New Taipei City after Yonghe District. Show Luzhouon the map
SanxiaSanxia District (Chinese: 三峽區; Hanyu Pinyin: Sānxiá Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Sansiá Cyu) is an urban district in the southwestern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the second largest district in New Taipei City after Wulai District. Show Sanxiaon the map
WuguWugu District (Chinese: 五股區; pinyin: Wǔgǔ Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Gō͘-kó͘-khu) is a suburban district in the western part of New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. It has an area of 34.86 km² and a population of 82,255 people (2014). Show Wuguon the map
HongmaochengThe Fort San Domingo was originally a wooden fort built by the Spanish in 1629 at Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is located near Hobe Fort, which was built during Qing rule. Show Hongmaochengon the map
SanzhiSanzhi District (Chinese: 三芝區; pinyin: Sānzhī Qū) is a rural district in the northern part of New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. It is notable as the hometown of the former president Lee Teng-hui. Show Sanzhion the map
RuifangRuifang District (Chinese: 瑞芳區; Hanyu Pinyin: Ruìfāng Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Rueìfang Cyu; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sūi-hong-khu) is a suburban district in eastern New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Ruifangon the map
ShidingShiding District (Chinese: 石碇區; Hanyu Pinyin: Shídìng Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Shíhdìng Cyu; literally: \"stone anchor\") is a rural district in southern New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Shidingon the map
ShuangxiShuangxi District (Chinese: 雙溪區; Hanyu Pinyin: Shuāngxī Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Shuangsi Cyu) is a rural district in the eastern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Shuangxion the map
TuchengTucheng District (Chinese: 土城區; pinyin: Tǔchéng Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Thô͘-siâⁿ-khu) is an inner city district in the southwestern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Tuchengon the map
ShulinShulin District (Chinese: 樹林區; pinyin: Shùlín Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhiū-nâ-chhī) is an inner city district in southwestern New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Shulinon the map
LinkouLinkou District (Chinese: 林口區; pinyin: Línkǒu Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Nâ-kháu khu) is a district in the western part of New Taipei in northern Taiwan. Show Linkouon the map
XindianXindian District (Chinese: 新店區; pinyin: Xīndiàn Qū) is an inner city district in the southern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. Show Xindianon the map
ShimenWhile known to earlier explorers, including the Dutch, the area was first explicitly mentioned in Chinese annals in 1694 as Shimenshan (石門山; \"Stone Gate Mountain\"). During the period of Imperial Japanese rule, Shimen was called Sekimon Village (石門庄), and was governed under Tamsui District of Taihoku Prefecture. In 1945 when the Kuomintang took over administration of Taiwan the area became Shimen Rural Township, a part of Taipei County. With the reorganization of Taipei County in 2010, Shimen became a district of the newly created New Taipei City. Show Shimenon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Taipei
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TaipeiTaipei (/ˌtaɪˈpeɪ/), officially known as Taipei City, is the capital city and a special municipality of the Republic of China on Taiwan. Sitting at the northern tip of the state, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km (16 mi) southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border. Since 1949, Taipei has been the temporary capital of the ROC after losing the mainland to the Communists in the Chinese Civil War.Show on map
TaipeiNew Taipei, also known as Xinbei (Chinese: 新北市; pinyin: Xīnběi Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sin-pak-chhī), is a special municipality and the most populous city in Taiwan. Located in northern Taiwan, the city includes a substantial stretch of the island's northern coastline and surrounds the Taipei Basin, making it the second largest special municipality by area, behind Kaohsiung. New Taipei City is bordered by Keelung to the northeast, Yilan County to the southeast, and Taoyuan to the southwest. It completely surrounds Taipei. Banqiao District is its municipal seat and biggest commercial area.Show on map
Banqiao ShiBanqiao District (Chinese: 板橋區; pinyin: Bǎnqiáo Qū) is a district and the seat of New Taipei in northern Taiwan. It has the third highest population density in Taiwan. It was formerly the 22nd densest city in the world, with over 24,000 people per square km. Until the December 25, 2010 creation of New Taipei City, Banqiao (then transliterated as Panchiao) was an incorporated county-controlled city and the former seat of Taipei County.Show on map
Zhonghe DistrictZhonghe District (Chinese: 中和區; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhōnghé Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhonghé Cyu, Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiong-hô Khu), historically spelled Chung-Ho and Jhonghe, is an inner city district in New Taipei in northern Taiwan (Republic of China). Zhonghe is a burgeoning satellite city of Taipei.Show on map
Different buildings in Taipei
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Furen DaxueFu Jen Catholic University (FJU or simply Fu Jen; Chinese: 輔仁大學), formerly The Catholic University of Peking, is a private, co-educational university founded by the Holy See, located in New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the oldest Jesuit-Catholic university in the Sinophone world and is known for its strong ties with the Roman Curia. It takes its name from the Chinese Fu Jen meaning \"assistance\" and \"benevolence\". Among the Chinese, it is colloquially known as \"FǔDà\" (輔大). To date, Fu Jen is the only university with an Italian Language and Literature Department in the country. The university was ranked in the top 400 worldwide in Arts & Humanities, top 200 worldwide in Philosophy, and in the top 8 in Taiwan in alumni employment.Show on map
Guojun Shifan GongmuThe Wuzhi Mountain Military Cemetery (Chinese: literally: \"Wuzhi Mountain National Military Model Public Cemetery\", sometimes romanized as Wuchih) is Taiwan's most prominent military cemetery. The cemetery is located on Wuzhi Mountain (五指山) at an elevation of 699 metres (2,293 ft) in Xizhi, New Taipei City and borders Taipei City's Neihu District and Yangmingshan National Park. The cemetery has a wide open view ranging from the Taipei 101 over at Taipei's Xinyi District to the Keelung Harbor.Show on map
Danjiang DaxueTamkang University (TKU; Chinese: 淡江大學) is a private university in Taiwan, located in Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. The school, founded in 1950 as a junior college of English literature, is today a comprehensive university comprising eleven colleges that serves nearly 30,000 students via four campus sites (three traditional, one online).Show on map
Banqiao ChezhanBanqiao Station (Chinese: 板橋車站; pinyin: Bǎnqiáo Chēzhàn) is a railway station located in Banqiao District, New Taipei, Taiwan. The station serves high-speed rail, conventional rail, and metro trains. All tracks and platforms in the station are located underground. The new station building opened on July 21, 1999 for TRA trains, May 31, 2006 for the Taipei Metro, and on January 5, 2007 for Taiwan High Speed Rail. The station currently handles over 106,000 passengers per day. It is due to accommodate trains for the elevated Taipei Metro Circular Line by the end of 2018.Show on map
Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition HallShow on map
Danshui ChezhanThe Taipei Metro Tamsui Station (formerly Tamshui Station from 1997 until 2003 and Danshui Station from 2003 until 2011) is located in Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan. It is the terminal station of the Tamsui Line. The location of the station can be traced back to the same-named station of the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line. Tamsui Station is the northernmost metro station in Taiwan.Show on map
Linkou FadianchangThe Linkou Power Plant (Chinese: 林口發電廠; pinyin: Línkǒu Fādiànchǎng) is a coal-fired power plant in Linkou District, New Taipei, Taiwan. With the previous total installed capacity of 600 MW, the power plant used to be the smallest coal-fired power plant in Taiwan. The power plant is currently undergoing retrofitting to increase its installed generation capacity.Show on map
Guandu DaqiaoThe Guandu Bridge (Chinese: 關渡大橋; pinyin: Guāndù Dàqiáo; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Koan To Toa Kio) is a bridge spanning the Tamsui River, Taiwan, which links Bali and Tamsui of New Taipei City with Beitou, Taipei City. The bridge is an 165 meters long through arch bridge designed by Tung-Yen Lin under T.Y. Lin International. It now carries the Provincial Highway 15.Show on map
Hongshulin ZhanThe Taipei Metro Hongshulin Station is located in the sea-side district of Tamsui in New Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line. The location of station could be traced back the station of the same name on the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line. The station is a terminus for the planned Danhai Light Rail Line serving Danhai New Township.Show on map
Houtong ZhanHoutong Station (Chinese: 猴硐車站; pinyin: Hóudòng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan. Houtong once sat on top of Taiwan's largest coal mine, but now visitors come to see the numerous cats living in the town.Show on map
Ruifang ZhanRuifang Station (Chinese: 瑞芳車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Ruìfāng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Ruèifang Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line and the Shen-ao Line. It is located in Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Sijiaoting ZhanSijiaoting Station (Chinese: 四腳亭車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Sìjiǎotíng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Sìhjiǎotíng Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhuwei ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhuwei Station is located in the sea-side district of Tamsui in New Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line. The position of station could be traced back the same name station of defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Shuangxi ZhanShuangxi Station (Chinese: 雙溪車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Shuāngxī Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Shuangsi Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Shuangxi District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Sandiaoling ChezhanThe Sandiaoling Station (Chinese: 三貂嶺車站; pinyin: Sāndiāolǐng Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA)'s Yilan Line and Pingxi Line, located at Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Gongliao ZhanGongliao Station (Chinese: 貢寮車站; pinyin: Gòngliáo Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Gongliao District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Fulong ZhanFulong Station (Chinese: 福隆車站; pinyin: Fúlóng Chēzhàn) is a Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line station, located at Fulong Village, Gongliao District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.Show on map
Yingge ZhanYingge Station (Chinese: 鶯歌車站; pinyin: Yīnggē Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Yingge District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Mudan ZhanMudan Station (Chinese: 牡丹車站; pinyin: Mǔdān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Shuangxi District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Xizhi ZhanXizhi Station (Chinese: 汐止車站; pinyin: Xìzhǐ Chēzhàn) is railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Xizhi District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Shulin ZhanShulin Station (Chinese: 樹林車站; pinyin: Shùlín Chēzhàn) is a station on the Taiwan Railway Administration Western Line located in Shulin District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.Show on map
Bitou Jiao DengtaThe Bitoujiao Lighthouse or Pitou Chiao Lighthouse (Chinese: 鼻頭角燈塔; pinyin: Bítóujiǎo Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
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Fuguijiao DengtaThe Fugueijiao Lighthouse (Chinese: 富貴角燈塔; pinyin: Fùguìjiǎo Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Shimen District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Jiangzicui ZhanThe Taipei Metro Jiangzicui Station is a station on the Banqiao Line located in Banqiao District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.Show on map
Dingxi ZhanThe Taipei Metro Dingxi Station is a station on the Zhonghe Line located in Yonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Taipei
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Danshui HeThe Tamsui River (formerly romanized as Danshui River, Chinese: 淡水河; pinyin: Dànshǔi Hé; Wade–Giles: Tan4-shui3 Ho2; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tām-chúi-hô; literally: \"\"Freshwater River\"\") is a river in northern Taiwan. It begins at the confluence of Xindian Creek and Dahan Creek at the western boundary of Taipei and New Taipei City, just north of Banqiao District, and flows northward and northwestward, passing the eponymous Tamsui District, then emptying into the Taiwan Strait. Formerly known as the \"Dolatok River\", it is one of the few rivers in the island that flows along a north-south direction.Show on map
Feicui ShuikuFeitsui Dam (Chinese: 翡翠水庫; pinyin: Fěicuì Shuǐkù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Húi-chhùi Chúi-khò͘, also Feicui Dam) is a double curvature concrete arch dam on the Beishi River in northern Taiwan. The dam is located in Shiding District, New Taipei City, and is one of the principal water sources for the Greater Taipei area. The name of the dam and reservoir translates as \"emerald lake\", in reference to the pure quality of the water. The area is managed by the Taipei Feitsui Reservoir Administration. Public access is heavily restricted in order to protect water quality, which is among the highest of Taiwan's reservoirs.Show on map
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Wulai PubuThe Wulai Waterfall (Chinese: 烏來瀑布; pinyin: Wūlái Pùbù) is a waterfall in Wulai District, New Taipei, Taiwan. The height of the waterfall is around 80 meters.Show on map
Shen’ao YugangThe Shen-ao Fishing Harbor (Chinese: 深澳漁港; pinyin: Shēn'ào Yúgǎng) is a fishing harbor in Ruifang District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Taipei
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Xue Shan SuidaoThe Hsuehshan Tunnel (Chinese: 雪山隧道; pinyin: Xuěshān Suìdào) or \"Snow Mountain\" tunnel, is the longest tunnel in Taiwan, located on the Taipei-Yilan Freeway (Taiwan National Highway No. 5). It opened on June 16, 2006.Show on map
Yanliao Haibin GongyuanThe Yanliao Beach Park (Chinese: 鹽寮海濱公園; pinyin: Yánliáo Hǎibīn Gōngyuán) is a beach in Gongliao District, New Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map