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Taiwan Province (Chinese: 臺灣省 or 台灣省; pinyin: Táiwān Shěng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-oân Séng) is one of the two administrative divisions of the Republic of China (ROC) that are officially referred to as \provinces\. The province covers approximately 69% of the actual-controlled territory of the ROC, with around 31% of the total population. Geographically it covers the majority of the island of Taiwan as well as almost all of its surrounding islands, the largest of which are the Penghu archipelago, Green Island, Xiaoliuqiu Island and Orchid Island. Taiwan Province does not cover territories of the special municipalities of Kaohsiung, New Taipei, Taichung, Tainan, Taipei, and Taoyuan, all of which are located geographically within the main island of Taiwan. It also does not include the counties of Kinmen and Lienchiang, which are located alongside the southeast coast of mainland China and administered as a separate Fujian Province (not to be confused with the PRC's Fujian Province). Originally Taiwan Province covered the entire island of Taiwan and all its associated islands. All the special municipalities were split off from the province between 1967 and 2014. Since 1997 most of the Taiwan provincial government's functions have been transferred to the central government of the Republic of China following a constitutional amendment. The Taiwan Provincial Government has effectively become a nominal institution under the Executive Yuan's administration. The People's Republic of China (PRC) regards itself as the \successor state\ of the Republic of China (ROC), which the PRC claims no longer legitimately exists, following establishment of the PRC in mainland China. The PRC asserts itself to be the sole legitimate government of China, and claims Taiwan as its 23rd province, even though the PRC itself has never had control of Taiwan or other ROC-held territories. The ROC disputes this position, maintaining that it still legitimately exists and that the PRC has not succeeded it to sovereignty.
Cities, towns & villages in Taiwan
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TianmuTianmu (Chinese: 天母; pinyin: Tiānmǔ) is a neighborhood located in Shilin, Taipei City, Taiwan. Located on the northern border of Shilin District, Tianmu borders the neighboring district of Beitou and Yangmingshan National Park. Tianmu is home to Taiwan's first branch of Mister Donut, a Shin Kong Mitsukoshi department store, a Sogo department store, and a Dayeh Takashimaya department store. It also hosts a number of Western restaurants, as well as specialty stores which cater to the expat community. Show Tianmuon the map
TainanTainan, officially Tainan City (Chinese: 臺南市; pinyin: Táinán Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-lâm-chhī), is a special municipality located in southern Taiwan, facing the Taiwan Strait in the west and south. Tainan is the oldest city in Taiwan and also commonly known as the \"Capital City\" (Chinese: 府城; pinyin: Fǔchéng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hú-siâⁿ) for its over 200 years of history as the capital of Taiwan under Koxinga and later Qing dynasty rule. Tainan's complex history of comebacks, redefinitions and renewals inspired its popular nickname \"the Phoenix City\". Show Tainanon the map
FengshanFongshan District (Chinese: 鳳山區; Hanyu Pinyin: Fèngshān Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Fòngshan Cyu; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hōng-soaⁿ-khu) is a district located in southern Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Fongshan is one of the administrative centers of Kaohsiung and is home to the Chinese Military Academy. There are three military units currently located in Fongshan. Both Chinese Military Academy and R.O.C. Army Infantry School were migrated from mainland China and re-established here in 1950. Chung Cheng Armed Forces Preparatory School was established in 1976. These three units used to be the main economic driving force, but their importance seems to diminish gradually as Fongshan has established itself as a conjunction between Pingtung City and Kaohsiung. Show Fengshanon the map
Taoyuan CityTaoyuan (Chinese: 桃園市; pinyin: Táoyuán Shì), is a special municipality in northwestern Taiwan, neighboring New Taipei, Hsinchu County, and Yilan County. Taoyuan District is the seat of the municipal government and that which, along with Zhongli District, forms a large metropolitan area. Taoyuan developed from a satellite city of Taipei metropolitan area to be the fourth-largest metropolitan area, and fifth-largest populated city in Taiwan. Since commuting to the Taipei metropolitan area is easy, Taoyuan has seen the fastest population growth of all cities in Taiwan. Show Taoyuan Cityon the map
HengchunHengchun Township (Chinese: 恆春鎮; pinyin: Héngchūn Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hêng-chhun Tìn; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: literally: \"Eternal Spring Town\") is an urban township located on the southern tip of the Hengchun Peninsula of Pingtung County, Taiwan. It is the southernmost township in Taiwan. Hengchun is also the only urban township in the southern part of Pingtung County. Hengchun has a land area of 136.7630 square kilometers and has a population of 30,859 as of December 2014. The 2008 Taiwanese film Cape No. 7, the top-grossing film in Taiwan's film history, features Hengchun. Show Hengchunon the map
AlishanThe Alishan National Scenic Area is a mountain resort and natural preserve located in the mountains of Chiayi County in Taiwan. It is 415 km² in area. It includes, among other things, mountain wilderness, four villages, waterfalls, high altitude tea plantations, the Alishan Forest Railway, and several hiking trails. The area is popular among tourists and mountain climbers, and Alishan, or Mount Ali, itself has become one of the major landmarks associated with Taiwan. The area is also famous for its production of high mountain tea and wasabi. Show Alishanon the map
FengyuanFengyuan District (Chinese: 豐原區) is a district located in north-central Taichung, Taiwan on the south bank of the Dajia River. Fengyuan district is the third most populated district among former Taichung County, ranking after Dali and Taiping district. Fengyuan is recognized as Huludun in early times, meaning \"gourd\" in Chinese, for a gourd-shape pile of mud was found in Fengyuan by the aborigines. The rice yielded from Fengyuan is famous for its high quality and the bakery industry prospered in later decades. Because of the extraordinary location of the intersection of Taiwan railway west trunk and Dongshi branch line, Fengyuan quickly expanded after World War II. It soon became one of the political, economical and communication centers of central Taiwan, playing an important role in the@en . Show Fengyuanon the map
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ZhongliZhongli District (Chinese: 中壢區; pinyin: Zhōnglì Qū) is a district in Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Zhongli is spelled variously as Jungli, Jongli, Jhongli or Chungli on railway, bus stop and road signs. Historically, the city is the site of the Jungli Incident of 1977, the most significant event of the democratization movements of Taiwan prior to the 1980s. Ethnically, it is considered a kind of capital city for the Hakka people, who live in great numbers here and in surrounding areas; a lot of the elderly could speak Hakka in addition to Mandarin and Taiwanese Hokkien. In recent years a large number of foreign workers (mainly from the Philippines and Thailand) have also settled in and around the city due to the heavy industries in the suburbs of the city, making it a center for foreign laborers.@en . Show Zhonglion the map
Chang-huaChanghua, officially known as Changhua City (Chinese: 彰化市; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chiang-hoà-chhī), is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Changhua County in Taiwan. For many centuries the site was home to a settlement of Babuza people, a coastal tribe of Taiwanese aborigines. Changhua city is ranked first by population among county-controlled cities. Historically, Changhua city was a base for the Hans when they invaded Taiwan and to defend from the Taiwanese aborigines, a fortress built out of bamboo was made. Thus Changhua has earned its name as \"Bamboo Town\". Show Chang-huaon the map
XitunXitun District (Chinese: 西屯區; pinyin: Xitún Qū, literally \"western village\") is the most populated district of Taichung in Taiwan, the Republic of China, located in the north-western part of the city. Though Xitun District was considered part of the countryside, the new City Hall will be built up in the Urban area of Xitun district. The district is also a shopping center of the city, both the Shin Kong Mitsukoshi and Taiwan's largest department store Top City, completed in late 2011 is located beside it. The government is also constructing the new, glamorous Taichung Metropolitan Opera house not far from the shopping centre due for completion in 2013, hoping to attract international visitors to Taichung. The district is also the location of the 7th redevelopment area in Taichung. Show Xitunon the map
WufengWufeng District (Chinese: 霧峰區; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bū-hong-khu) is a suburban district in southern Taichung, Taiwan. It was the location of Taiwan Provincial Consultative Council before 1999. Wufeng is a mainly agricultural town. It was heavily damaged by the Jiji earthquake on September 21, 1999, which caused around 100 deaths in the town. The 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan, which commemorates the giant quake, is built at what was formerly Guangfu Junior High School, which was destroyed when part of the school was uplifted by the Chelungpu Fault during the quake. Show Wufengon the map
MadouMadou District (Chinese: 麻豆區; pinyin: Mádòu Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Môa-tāu-khu) is a district of about 44,963 residents in Tainan, Taiwan. It owes its name to the Siraya language word Moatau or Mattou. Mattau was one of the four core Sirayan villages during much of Taiwan's colonial history and figured heavily in the formation of colonial policy in Dutch Formosa. Currently, it is a well-known town in Tainan for its local culinary specialties and historical sites, and has become more prosperous in recent five years due to the presence of two universities. As an example of the increased attention Madou is receiving, the New Year Countdown Night for 2006 in Tainan was held at Madou Junior High School. Show Madouon the map
BeitouBeitou District is the northernmost of the twelve districts of Taipei City, Taiwan. The historical spelling of the district is Peitou. The name originates from the Ketagalan word Kipatauw, meaning witch. Beitou is the most mountainous and highest of Taipei's districts, encompassing a meadow with rivers running through the valley which have abundant steam rising from them; the result of geothermal warming. The valley is often surrounded by mist shrouding the trees and grass. Beitou is famous for its hot springs. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. Show Beitouon the map
YilanYilan City (Chinese: 宜蘭市; pinyin: Yílán Shì; Wade–Giles: I2-lan2 Shih4) is a city and the county seat of Yilan County, Taiwan. The city lies on the north side of the Lanyang River. Show Yilanon the map
LugangLukang (Chinese: 鹿港; pinyin: Lùgǎng; Wade–Giles: Lu-kang; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lo̍k-káng; literally: \"deer harbour\") is an urban township in northwestern Changhua County, Taiwan. The township is on the west coast of Taiwan, facing the Taiwan Strait. The township's name came from the port's trade of deerskins during the Dutch period. Lukang was an important sea port in the 18th century and 19th century. It was the most populous city in central Taiwan until the early 20th century. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. Show Lugangon the map
MaokongMaokong (Chinese: 貓空; pinyin: Māokōng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Niau-khang; literally: \"cat sky\") is located in Wenshan District of Taipei, Taiwan. The area used to be the biggest tea growing area of Taipei. There are many intertwining footpaths which have been used to transport tea. Now, it is a popular place for tea culture and viewing the night scenery of Taipei City. Show Maokongon the map
Chi-anJi'an Township (Chinese: 吉安鄉; pinyin: Jí'ān Xiāng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kiat-an-hiong; Hakka: Kit-ôn-hiông), is a rural township in Hualien County, Taiwan. It has 18 villages and a population of 82,577 inhabitants. Ji'an is the second most populous place in Hualien County after Hualien city). The township has mountainsides, a seashore and a wide alluvial plain. The main inhabitants include Hoklo, Hakka, and Aboriginal peoples. The economy is flourishing in areas of agriculture, commerce and industry, and is deeply connected with the adjacent city Hualien city. Show Chi-anon the map
LongtanLongtan District (Chinese: 龍潭區; pinyin: Lóngtán Qū) is a rural district in southern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Longtan is home to the headquarters of the Republic of China Army. The township is known for the Buddhist temple in the center of Longtan Lake and the large Bainien community project. The area is surrounded by high-tech industries and mountains. Longtan is home to a number of military bases, and a few research installations. Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology and Institute of Nuclear Energy Research are two of the more well known ones. Show Longtanon the map
Taitung CityTaitung City (Chinese: 台東市 or 臺東市), is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Taitung County, Taiwan. It lies on the southeast coast of Taiwan facing the Pacific Ocean. Taitung City is the most populous subdivision of Taitung County and it is one of the major cities on the east coast of the island. Due to the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan, ground transportation to Taitung City is very limited. The city is served by Taitung Airport. Taitung is a gateway to Green Island and Orchid Island, both of which are popular tourist destinations. Show Taitung Cityon the map
DadaochengDadaocheng is an area in the Datong District, part of the Taipei Basin and a historic section of Taipei. It was also known as Twatutia (a transliteration of the Taiwanese Hokkien Tōa-tiū-tiâⁿ), Daitōtei during Japanese rule, and Tataocheng during the Kuomintang era. Dadaocheng was an important trading port in the 19th century, and is still a major historical tourist attraction and shopping area. The district is known for the local Taiwanese cuisine, the Chien-Cheng Circle, and also being the center of the February 28 Incident. Show Dadaochengon the map
YangmingshanYangmingshan National Park (Chinese: pinyin: Yángmíngshān Guójiā Gōngyuán) is one of the nine national parks in Taiwan, located between Taipei and New Taipei City. The districts that house parts of the park grounds include Taipei's Beitou and Shilin Districts; and New Taipei's Wanli, Jinshan and Sanzhi Districts. The National Park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, sulfur deposits, fumaroles, venomous snakes, and hiking trails, including Taiwan's tallest dormant volcano, Seven Star Mountain (1,120 m). Show Yangmingshanon the map
NeihuNeihu District is a district of Taipei City, Taiwan. Neihu means \"inner lake.\" The older name originates from the Ketagalan word Tayour (transliterated by the Dutch as Cattajo), meaning woman's head ornament. Many mountainous roads and paths, which are ideal for hiking, connect Neihu with the neighboring Shilin District and Yangmingshan National Park. The Tri-Service General Hospital, which is a teaching hospital of the National Defense Medical Center, is also in Neihu. The Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery borders Neihu. Show Neihuon the map
Zhongxing New VillageZhongxing New Village (Chinese: 中興新村) is located in Nantou City, Nantou County, Taiwan (ROC) and is the seat of government of Taiwan Province. The term zhōngxīng is from a Chinese legend (少康中興; Shàokāng Zhōngxīng), referring to the restoration of the Xia Dynasty by king Shao Kang, an allusion to the ROC government taking back mainland China. It is a planned town with a population of 25,549 as of February 2010. With all the buildings owned by the government, development is strictly controlled and carefully planned. Show Zhongxing New Villageon the map
Su’aoSu'ao Township (Chinese: 蘇澳鎮; pinyin: Sū'ào Zhèn; Wade–Giles: Su1-ao4 Chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: So͘-ò), located in southern Yilan County, Taiwan, is an urban township that is famous for its seafood restaurants and cold springs. It is the destination of National Highway No. 5, Su'ao-Hualian Express Way, and North-Link Line of Taiwan Railway Administration. It also has two large harbors: Su'ao Port, a multi-function seaport that also houses a naval base; and Nanfang-ao Port, a major fishing port of Taiwan. Show Su’aoon the map
Miaoli(\"Miaoli, Taiwan\" redirects here. For the county, see Miaoli County. For other uses, see Miaoli (disambiguation).) Miaoli City (Chinese: 苗栗市) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Miaoli County, Taiwan. Its name Miaoli was coined using two Hakka words, cat (貓) and city (裡), which phonetically approximate Pali (Bari) from the Taokas language. Miaoli has a relatively high percentage of Hakka people. It had the second highest residential price and the highest commercial price for land in Miaoli County as of 2004, at NT$28,601 per square meter and NT$63,317 per square meter, respectively. Show Miaolion the map
TaichungTaichung, officially known as Taichung City (Chinese: 臺中市; pinyin: Táizhōng Shì), is a special municipality located in center-western Taiwan. Taichung has a population of over 2.7 million people, making it the third largest city on the island after New Taipei City and Kaohsiung. On 25 December 2010, Taichung County merged with the original provincial Taichung City to form the special municipality. The city's motto is \"economic, cultural and international city.\" Show Taichungon the map
XinshiXinshi District (Chinese: 新市區; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnshì Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinshìh Cyu; Wade–Giles: Hsin1-shih4 Ch'ü1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sin-chhī-khu; literally: \"new market\") is a rural district in central Tainan, Taiwan, about 11 km north of Fort Provintia. As Sincan, it was one of the most important stations of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in the 17th century. Missionary work formally began and the largest amount of inland trade occurred at Sinkan. Show Xinshion the map
NantouNantou City (Chinese: 南投市) is a county-controlled city located in the northwest of Nantou County, Taiwan. It lies between the Bagua Mountains and the Maoluo River and is the county seat of Nantou County. Freeway No. 3 serves Nantou City. Its name is a transliteration of the Hoanya word Ramtau with its first character (南; \"south\") chosen to complement that of Beitou's (北; \"north\"), a district in Taipei, even though there is no relation between the aboriginal names. Show Nantouon the map
ZhubeiZhubei City (Chinese: 竹北市) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Hsinchu County, Taiwan. Over the recent years, Zhubei has become a popular city for migration both because of its proximity to Hsinchu City and the Hsinchu Science and Technology Park, and because the Hsinchu County government has focused most of its infrastructure here. Zhubei has been one of the fastest growing cities in Taiwan over the past decades, almost doubling its population since 2001 to over 170,000 in 2015. Based on current trends, the population should be around 175,000 by 2016. Show Zhubeion the map
XinyingXinying District (Chinese: 新營區; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnyíng Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinyíng Cyu; Wade–Giles: Hsin1-ying2 ch'ü1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sin-iâⁿ-khu) or Sinying District is a district and the location of second administration center of the city government of Tainan City in Taiwan. Sugar production was the most important industry in Xinying. Show Xinyingon the map
TouchengToucheng Township (Chinese: 頭城鎮; pinyin: Tóuchéng Zhèn) is an urban township in the northern coast of Taiwan. It is administered as a part of Yilan County of Taiwan Province of the Republic of China. It claims the disputed Diaoyu Islands otherwise known as Senkaku Islands, as well as Guishan Island. Show Touchengon the map
DaxiDaxi District (Chinese: 大溪區; pinyin: Dàxī Qū), formerly known as Daxi Township (大溪鎮; Dàxī Zhèn; also seen as \"Tahsi\"), is a district in eastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. Show Daxion the map
Zhutian(Not to be confused with Zhutian, Nanxiong, in Guangdong, China.) Zhutian Township (also spelled Jhutian; Chinese: 竹田鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhútián Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhútián Siang; Wade–Giles: Chu2-t'ien2 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tek-chhân-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Tsuk-thièn-hiông; lit. \"bamboo field\") is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Zhutianon the map
XizhouXizhou Township (Chinese: 溪州鄉; pinyin: Xīzhōu Xiāng; Wade-giles: Sijhou) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 30,753 and an area of 75.8310 square kilometres. It is the third largest township in Changhua County after Erlin and Fangyuan. Show Xizhouon the map
FangliaoFangliao Township (Chinese: 枋寮鄉; pinyin: Fāngliáo Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Fang1-liao23 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pang-liâu-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: lit. \"sandalwood hut\") is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan Province of the Republic of China. Show Fangliaoon the map
TaoyuanTaoyuan District (Chinese: 桃園區; pinyin: Táoyuán Qū), formerly known as Taoyuan City (桃園市), is a district of Taoyuan City in northwestern Taiwan. Show Taoyuanon the map
AnnanAnnan District (Chinese: 安南區; pinyin: Ānnán Qū; Wade–Giles: An1-Nan2 Ch'ü1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: An-Lâm-Khu) is a coastal district located in the west of Tainan, Taiwan. It was the largest district in Tainan City before the city was enlarged in 2010. Show Annanon the map
DatongDatong Township (Chinese: 大同鄉; pinyin: Dàtóng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Da4-t'ung2 Hsiang1) is a mountain indigenous township in the southwestern part of Yilan County, Taiwan. It is the second largest township in Yilan County after Nan-ao Township. Show Datongon the map
Xinpi(Not to be confused with Xinpi village in Taibao city.) Xinpi Township (also spelled Sinpi; Chinese: 新埤鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnpí Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinpí Siang; Wade–Giles: Hsin1-p'i2 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sin-pi-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Sîn-phî-hiông) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Xinpion the map
Hualien CityHualien City (Chinese: 花蓮市; pinyin: Huālián Shì), is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Hualien County, Taiwan. It is located on the east coast of Taiwan on the Pacific Ocean, and has a population of 106,368 inhabitants. Show Hualien Cityon the map
QiduQidu District or Cidu District (Chinese: 七堵區; Hanyu Pinyin: Qīdǔ Qū; Tongyong Pinyin: Cīdǔ Cū; Wade–Giles: Ch'i1-tu3 Chü1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhit-tó͘-khu) is a district of the city of Keelung, Taiwan. It borders New Taipei to the west. Show Qiduon the map
JiaoxiJiaoxi Township (Chinese: 礁溪鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Jiāoxī Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jiaosi Siang; Wade–Giles: Chiao1-hsi1 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ta-khoe) or Chiaohsi Township is a rural township in the northern part of Yilan County, Taiwan Show Jiaoxion the map
DouliuDouliu City (also Douliou City) (Chinese: 斗六市) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is also the political and economic center of the county. Douliu City is served by National Highway No. 3. Show Douliuon the map
AnpingAnping District (Chinese: 安平區; pinyin: ĀnpíngQū; Wade–Giles: An-p'ing Ch'ü; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: An-pêng-khu) is a district of Tainan. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan. Show Anpingon the map
LuodongLuodong Township (Chinese: 羅東鎮; pinyin: Luódōng Zhèn; Wade–Giles: Lo2-tung1 Chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lô-tong) is an urban township in the central part of Yilan County, Taiwan. Luodong township is the smallest township in Yilan County. Show Luodongon the map
SandimenSandimen Township (Chinese: 三地門鄉; pinyin: Sāndìmén Xiāng; Wade–Giles: San1-ti4-men2 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: also Chinese: 山地門; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Soaⁿ-tē-mn̂g) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. The population of the township is majority Paiwan with a substantial Rukai minority. Show Sandimenon the map
SanxingSanxing Township (Chinese: 三星鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Sānxīng Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Sansing Siang; Wade–Giles: San1-hsing1 Hsiang1), also spelled Sanshing Township, is a rural township in the western part of Yilan County, Taiwan. Show Sanxingon the map
BeigangBeigang Township or Peikang Township (Chinese: 北港鎮; pinyin: Běigǎng Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pak-káng-tìn) is an urban township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. The Beigang River borders the town on the east and south. Show Beigangon the map
Kanding(Not to be confused with Kangding.) Kanding Township (Chinese: 崁頂鄉; pinyin: Kǎndǐng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: K'an3-ting3 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Khàm-téng-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Kham-táng-hiông) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Kandingon the map
ToufenToufen City (Chinese: 頭份市; pinyin: Tóufèn Shì) is a county-controlled city in northern Miaoli County, Taiwan. It is surrounded by the Taiwan Strait on the west and mountains on the east. Show Toufenon the map
GaoshuGaoshu Township (Chinese: 高樹鄉; pinyin: Gāoshù Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Kao1-shu4 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ko-chhiū-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Kô-su-hiông) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Gaoshuon the map
PuliPuli Township (Chinese: 埔里鎮; pinyin: Pǔlǐ zhèn; Wade–Giles: P'u3-li3 chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Po·-lí tìn) is an urban township in Nantou County, Taiwan. It is the geographic center of Taiwan. Show Pulion the map
YuanlinYuanlin City (Chinese: 員林市) is a county-controlled city in eastern Changhua County, Taiwan. It is the second largest settlement in the county, after the county seat of Changhua City. Show Yuanlinon the map
Nan’aoNan'ao Township (Chinese: 南澳鄉; pinyin: Nán'ào Xiāng) is a mountain indigenous township in the southern part of Yilan County, Taiwan. It is the largest township in Yilan County. Show Nan’aoon the map
Wang’anWang-an Township (Chinese: 望安鄉; pinyin: Wàng'ān Xiāng) is a rural township in Penghu County, Taiwan. It is the second smallest township after Qimei Township in Penghu County. Show Wang’anon the map
BadeBade District (Chinese: 八德區; pinyin: Bādé Qū) is a district in the central part of Taoyuan City, Taiwan (Republic of China). It is the smallest district in Taoyuan City. Show Badeon the map
JiuruJiuru Township (Chinese: 九如鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Jiǔrú Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jiǒurú Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Chiu3-ju2 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Jiuruon the map
LinluoLinluo Township (Chinese: 麟洛鄉; pinyin: Línluò Xiāng) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 11,313 and an area of 16.26 km2. Show Linluoon the map
EluanbiThe Cape Eluanbi (Chinese: 鵝鑾鼻; pinyin: Éluánbí; Wade–Giles: O2-luan2-pi2; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Gô-lôan-phīⁿ) is a cape in Hengchun Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Eluanbion the map
GuanyinGuanyin District (Chinese: 觀音區; pinyin: Guānyīn Qū) is a rural, coastal district in western Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Guanyin is the name of a Buddhist goddess. Show Guanyinon the map
MagongMagong City (Chinese: 馬公市) is the county seat of Penghu County, Republic of China (Taiwan). Magong is on the western part of the main Penghu Island. Show Magongon the map
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YangmeiYangmei District (Chinese: 楊梅區; pinyin: Yángméi Qū) is a district in southwestern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. The traditional residents are Hakka people. Show Yangmeion the map
JiadongJiadong Township (Chinese: 佳冬鄉; pinyin: Jiādōng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Chia1-tung1 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Jiadongon the map
LigangLigang Township (Chinese: 里港鄉; pinyin: Lǐgǎng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Li3-kang3 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Ligangon the map
PingzhenPingzhen District (Chinese: 平鎮區; pinyin: Píngzhèn Qū) is a district in the central part of Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Show Pingzhenon the map
XinwuXinwu District (Chinese: 新屋區; pinyin: Xīnwū Qū) is a rural, coastal district in southeast Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Show Xinwuon the map
YongkangYongkang District (Chinese: 永康區; pinyin: Yǒngkāng Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Éng-khong) is a district in Tainan, Taiwan. Show Yongkangon the map
PingtungPingtung City (Chinese: 屏東市) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Pingtungon the map
WanluanWanluan Township (Chinese: 萬巒鄉; pinyin: Wànluán Xiāng) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Show Wanluanon the map
HuatanHuatan Township (Chinese: 花壇鄉; pinyin: Huātán Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. Show Huatanon the map
TaibaoTaibao City (Chinese: 太保市) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Chiayi County, Taiwan. Show Taibaoon the map
PoziPuzi City (Chinese: 朴子市) is a county-controlled city in Chiayi County, Taiwan. Show Pozion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Taiwan
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Taipei CityTaipei (/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
TaiwanTaiwan Province (Chinese: 臺灣省; pinyin: Táiwān Shěng) is one of the two administrative divisions of the Republic of China (ROC) that are officially referred to as \"provinces\". The province covers approximately 69% of the actual-controlled territory of the ROC, with around 31% of the total population.Show on map
TainanTainan, officially Tainan City (Chinese: 臺南市; pinyin: Táinán Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-lâm-chhī), is a special municipality located in southern Taiwan, facing the Taiwan Strait in the west and south. Tainan is the oldest city in Taiwan and also commonly known as the \"Capital City\" (Chinese: 府城; pinyin: Fǔchéng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hú-siâⁿ) for its over 200 years of history as the capital of Taiwan under Koxinga and later Qing dynasty rule. Tainan's complex history of comebacks, redefinitions and renewals inspired its popular nickname \"the Phoenix City\".Show on map
Jiji ZhenJiji (Chinese: 集集; pinyin: jíjí; Wade–Giles: Chi-chi; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chi̍p-chi̍p) or Chichi is an urban township located in the west central portion of Nantou County, Taiwan. In the past, the Jiji township encompassed a much larger area and included the present-day Shueili Township, but today's Jiji is the smallest of Taiwan's townships by area. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan.Show on map
HualienHualien County (Chinese: 花蓮縣; pinyin: Huālián Xiàn) has the largest area of all counties in Taiwan, and is located on the country's mountainous eastern coast. It is the northern terminus of the Hualien-Taitung Line and the southern terminus of the North-Link Line of the Taiwan Railway Administration. In the Provincial Highway System, Hualien County is connected to other counties via the Suhua Highway, Huatung Highway, Hualien-Taitung Coast Highway and the Central Cross-Island Highway. Hualien County is famous for tourism. Tourism spots include the Taroko National Park and Yushan National Park and its coastline is well suited for biking purposes.Show on map
NantouNantou County (Chinese: 南投縣; pinyin: Nántóu Xiàn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lâm-tâu-kōan) is the second largest county of Taiwan. It is also the only landlocked county in Taiwan. Its name derives from the Hoanya Taiwanese aboriginal word Ramtau. Nantou County is officially administered as a county of Taiwan Province.Show on map
Sinyi DistrictThe Xinyi District is the seat of the Taipei mayor's office and the Taipei City Government. Its key buildings including Taipei 101, Taipei City Council, Taipei International Convention Center, Taipei World Trade Center, National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall and various shopping malls and entertainment venues make Xinyi the most modern cosmopolitan district of Taipei. Xinyi District is also considered the financial district of Taipei.Show on map
YunlinYunlin County (Chinese: 雲林縣; pinyin: Yúnlín Xiàn) is a county in western Taiwan. It is located east of the Taiwan Strait, west of Nantou County, and is separated from Changhua County by the Zhuoshui River and from Chiayi County by the Beigang River. Yunlin is part of the Chianan Plain, a flat land known for its agriculture. Agricultural products of Yunlin County include pomelo, tea leaves, suan cai, papaya and muskmelon. Yunlin's rivers give it potential for hydroelectricity. Douliu is the largest and capital city of Yunlin. Yunlin is one of the least developed counties on the West coast, and suffers from emigration.Show on map
Hsinchu CountyHsinchu County (Chinese: 新竹縣; pinyin: Xīnzhú Xiàn; Wade–Giles: Hsin1-chu2 Hsien4) is a county in north-western Taiwan. The population of the county is mainly Hakka; there is a Taiwanese aboriginal minority in the southeastern part of the county. Zhubei is the county capital, where the government office and county office is located. Hsinchu County is where most of the industrial factory and office of computer related companies are located, and is often called the Hsinchu Technology Zone Xīnzhú kēxuéyuán qū; Hsin1-chu2 K'o1-hsüeh2-yüan2 Ch'ü1).Show on map
MiaoliMiaoli County (Chinese: 苗栗縣; pinyin: Miáolì Xiàn) is a county in western Taiwan. Miaoli is contiguous with Hsinchu County and Hsinchu City to the north, Taichung to the south, and borders the Taiwan Strait to the west. The Council for Economic Planning and Development of Taiwan classifies Miaoli as a county of Central Taiwan, while the Taiwan Central Weather Bureau classifies Miaoli as a county of the North. Miaoli City is the capital of the county, and is also known as \"Mountain Town\", owing to the number of mountains nearby, making it a destination for hiking.Show on map
Shilin QuFor the rock formations in Yunnan, see Shilin (Stone Forest). Shilin District (also spelled \"Shihlin District\") is a district of Taipei and home to a large foreign population, mainly concentrated in the Tianmu area. It has long been a top choice for expatriates from Europe, the United States, and Japan to live, run businesses, and establish embassies and offices due mainly to the natural environment -- sitting at the foot of Yangmingshan -- and because the international schools are all located here. The central command of the Republic of China Navy is located in Shilin.Show on map
Yonghe DistrictYonghe 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 on map
Luzhu XiangLuzhu District (Chinese: 蘆竹區; pinyin: Lúzhú Qū) is a district in Taoyuan City, Taiwan. The downtown district, known as Nankan, is now a high-rise density living suburb for many who work in Taipei and Taoyuan City. The first opened shopping center in Taiwan, \"Taimall\", is a weekend destination for many Taoyuan regional residents, located in Nankan, too. Taimall is located around 2 kilometers north-northwest of the 'Nankan interchange' on highway no. 1. (N25° 03' 14.7\" E121° 17' 18.2\")Show on map
TaichungTaichung, officially known as Taichung City (Chinese: 臺中市; pinyin: Táizhōng Shì), is a special municipality located in center-western Taiwan. Taichung has a population of over 2.7 million people, making it the third largest city on the island after New Taipei City and Kaohsiung. On 25 December 2010, Taichung County merged with the original provincial Taichung City to form the special municipality. The city's motto is \"economic, cultural and international city.\"Show on map
Taichung CityTaichung, officially known as Taichung City (Chinese: 臺中市; pinyin: Táizhōng Shì), is a special municipality located in center-western Taiwan. Taichung has a population of over 2.7 million people, making it the third largest city on the island after New Taipei City and Kaohsiung. On 25 December 2010, Taichung County merged with the original provincial Taichung City to form the special municipality. The city's motto is \"economic, cultural and international city.\"Show on map
Zhudong ZhenZhudong Township (Chinese: 竹東鎮; pinyin: Zhúdōng Zhèn; Pe̍h-oē-jī: tek-tang) is an urban township in central Hsinchu County, Taiwan. Part of Hsinchu Science Park is in Zhudong. Also located in Zhudong is the main campus of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Zhudong is approximately 20 minutes drive from Hsinchu town center on one of two freeways, route 3 North, which passes nearby and route 68 East which proceeds directly through Zhudong.Show on map
Liuqiu XiangXiaoliuqiu, Little Liuqiu, or Lamay Island (Chinese: 小琉球; pinyin: Xiǎo Liúqiú) is an island belonging to Taiwan administered as Liuqiu Township (琉球鄉; Liúqiú Xiāng) of Pingtung County. It has an area of 6.8 km² and lies 15 km (8 nautical miles) west of Donggang; it is Taiwan's only large coral island. The eight villages on the island are populated by approximately 13,000 residents with 10 shared surnames.Show on map
Zhongzheng QuZhongzheng District is a district in Taipei, Taiwan. It is the home of most of the national government buildings of the Republic of China, this includes the Presidential Office, the Executive Yuan, the Control Yuan, the Legislative Yuan, the Judicial Yuan and various government ministries. This district is named after Generalissimo and the late President of the Republic of China Chiang Kai-shek.Show on map
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KeelungKeelung, officially known as Keelung City (Chinese: 基隆市; pinyin: Jīlóng Shì), is a major port city situated in the northeastern part of Taiwan. It borders New Taipei with which it forms the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area, along with Taipei itself. Nicknamed the Rainy Port for its frequent rain and maritime role, the city is Taiwan's second largest seaport (after Kaohsiung).Show on map
Fenglin ZhenFenglin Township, (Chinese: 鳳林鎮; pinyin: Fènglín Zhèn; literally: \"Phoenix forest\") is an urban township in central Hualien County, Taiwan. It is located in Huatung Valley bordering Shoufeng Township on the north and Guangfu Township on the south. Its largest sightseeing spot is Shinguang Chaofong Recreation Farm. It has a population about 11,237 inhabitants and 12 villages.Show on map
Datong QuDatong District or Tatung is a district of Taipei City, Taiwan. It is located between the Taipei Metro Red Line and eastern shore of the Tamsui River, and between Civic Boulevard and the Sun Yat-sen Freeway. The southern part of this area used to be the site of Twatutia, one of the first settlements in what is now Taipei and for a time the area's commercial center.Show on map
Shitan XiangShitan Township (Chinese: 獅潭鄉; pinyin: Shītán Xiāng) is a rural township in Miaoli County, Taiwan. It is located in a mountainous area with a mild, sub-tropical climate. Its rainy season is from May to September. Shitan is short on medical resources. It does not have a hospital or clinic, people often have to travel to Miaoli City to get a health care service.Show on map
PenghuThe Penghu or Pescadores Islands are an archipelago of 64 islands and islets in the Taiwan Strait. The largest city is Magong, located on the largest island, which is also named Penghu. Covering an area of 141 square kilometers (54 sq mi), the archipelago collectively forms Penghu County of Republic of China (known as Taiwan), and is the second smallest county, after Lienchiang.Show on map
Taixi XiangTaixi Township or Taisi Township (Chinese: 台西鄉 or 臺西鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Táixī Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Táisi Siang; Wade–Giles: T'ai-hsi Hsiang), is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan, lying to the west of Dongshi township and is bordered on the north by Mailiao Township and on the South by Sihu Township.Show on map
Beibu Xiang(Not to be confused with Beipu in Xincheng, Hualien.) Beipu Township (Chinese: 北埔鄉; pinyin: Běipǔ Xiāng; Hakka: Pet-phû-hiông) is a rural township in Hsinchu County in northern Taiwan. Beipu is well known in Taiwan as a center of Hakka culture, especially for production of dongfang meiren tea and its special Hakkanese blends of tea and nuts called lēichá (擂茶).Show on map
Hukou XiangHukou Township (Chinese: 湖口鄉; pinyin: Húkǒu Xiāng) is a rural township of Hsinchu County, Taiwan. With an area of 58.43 km², it is the third largest township in the county. Hukou has a population of 77,210. The Hukou army base houses the 542nd Armour Brigade of the 6th Army Corps, Republic of China Army.Show on map
Xihu ZhenXihu Township (Chinese: 溪湖鎮; pinyin: Xīhú Zhèn) is an urban township in the middle of Changhua County, Taiwan. It is a traditional farming village. Along with Xiluo, it is one of the centers of vegetable-growing on the western side of the island. Famous local foods include lamb hotpot and kyoho grapes.Show on map
ChiayiChiayi, officially known as Chiayi City (Chinese: 嘉義市; pinyin: Jiāyì Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ka-gī-chhī), is a provincial city located in the plains of southwestern Taiwan. Formerly called Kagee during the late Qing Dynasty and Kagi during the Japanese era (Chinese and Japanese: 嘉義), its historical name is Tirosen.Show on map
Ren’ai XiangRen'ai Township (Chinese: 仁愛鄉; pinyin: Rén'ài Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Jen2-ai4 Hsiang1) is a mountain indigenous township in Nantou County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 15,850 and an area of 1,273.5312 km2, making it the second largest township in the county after Xinyi Township. The major populations are Seediq people, Atayal people and Bunun people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
Hemei ZhenHemei Township (Chinese: 和美鎮; pinyin: Héměi Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hô-bí-tìn) is an urban township in northwestern Changhua County, Taiwan. It is bordered by the Dadu River to the north, Shengang and Siansi to the west, Lugang and Sioushuei to the south, and Changhua City to the east.Show on map
Zhuangwei XiangZhuangwei Township or Jhuangwei Township (Chinese: 壯圍鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhuàngwéi Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhuàngwéi Siang; Wade–Giles: Chuang4-wei2 Hsiang1) is a rural township in eastern Yilan County, Taiwan. Zhuangwei Township is the smallest rural township in Yilan County.Show on map
Fongbin TownshipFengbin Township (Chinese: 豐濱鄉; pinyin: Fēngbīn Xiāng) is a rural township located in Hualien County, Taiwan, connected with Taitung County. The East is faced Pacific Ocean and the West is Haian Range. It has the least population around 4,706 inhabitants in Hualien County.Show on map
Majia XiangMajia Township (Chinese: 瑪家鄉; pinyin: Mǎjiā Xiāng) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. The area is known as Makazayazaya in the Paiwan language, and the Taiwanese mountain pitviper Ovophis monticola makazayazaya is named after it. The main population is the Paiwan people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
Pitou XiangPitou Township (Chinese: 埤頭鄉; pinyin: Pítóu Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. The district has a population total of 31,045 and an area of 42.75 square kilometres (16.5 sq mi). One of the attractions in Pitou is the Kopok Flower Boulevard.Show on map
PingtungPingtung County (Chinese: 屏東縣; pinyin: Píngdōng Xiàn) is a county in Southern Taiwan known for its agriculture and tourism. In recent years, it promotes specialties such as tuna and wax apples. Pingtung is where Kenting National Park, the oldest and the largest national park in Taiwan established in 1984, located. The capital of the county is Pingtung City.Show on map
Yuli TownshipYuli Township (Chinese: 玉里鎮; pinyin: Yùlǐ Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Gio̍k-lí) is an urban township located in central Huatung Valley, and also the southern administrative center of Hualien County, Taiwan. It has a population of 25,396 inhabitants and 15 villages.Show on map
Dabu XiangDapu Township (Chinese: 大埔鄉; pinyin: Dàpǔ Xiāng) is a rural township in Chiayi County, Taiwan. Part of the Siraya National Scenic Area, Dapu gets a major portion of its revenue from tourism. Among the birds that can be seen in the area is the fairy pitta.Show on map
Fangliao XiangFangliao Township (Chinese: 枋寮鄉; pinyin: Fāngliáo Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Fang1-liao23 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pang-liâu-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: lit. \"sandalwood hut\") is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan Province of the Republic of China.Show on map
Tianzhong ZhenTianzhong Township (Chinese: 田中鎮; Hanyu Pinyin: Tiánzhōng; Tongyong Pinyin: Tiánjhōng; Wade–Giles: Tien2chung1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhân-tiong-tìn) is an urban township located at eastern Changhua County, Taiwan. Its former name (田中央; Chhân-tiong-ng) and current name make reference to its origins in rice paddies.Show on map
Chenggong ZhenChenggong Township (Chinese: 成功鎮; pinyin: Chénggōng Zhèn; Wade–Giles: Ch'eng2-kung1 Chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sêng-kong-tìn) is an urban township in Taitung County, Taiwan. It is a coastal town facing the Pacific Ocean. Fishery Harbor is just west of downtown.Show on map
Chu-shan ChenZhushan Township (Chinese: 竹山鎮; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhúshān Zhèn; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhúshan Jhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tek-san; literally: \"Bamboo Mountain\") is an urban township in the southwest part of Nantou County, Taiwan, and off the south shore of Zhuoshui River.Show on map
Mingjian XiangMingjian Township (Chinese: 名間鄉; pinyin: Míngjiān Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Ming2-chien1 Xiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bêng-kan Hiong) is a rural township in west central of Nantou County, Taiwan. It is the second smallest township in Nantou County after Jiji Township.Show on map
Citong XiangCihtong Township (Chinese: 莿桐鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Cìtóng Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Cìhtóng Siang; Wade–Giles: Tz'u4-t'ung2 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 29,599 and an area of 50.8502 square kilometres.Show on map
HsinchuHsinchu, officially known as Hsinchu City (Chinese: 新竹市), is a city in northern Taiwan. Hsinchu is popularly nicknamed \"The Windy City\" for its windy climate. Hsinchu is administered as a provincial city within Taiwan.Show on map
Xianxi XiangXianxi Township (Chinese: 線西鄉; pinyin: Xiànxi Xiāng, Wade-giles: Hsianhsi) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 17,119. With an area of 18.0856 square kilometres, it is the smallest township in the county.Show on map
ChanghuaChanghua County (Chinese: 彰化縣; pinyin: Zhānghuà Xiàn) is the smallest county on the main island of Taiwan by area, and the fourth smallest in the country. With a total population of 1.3 million, Changhua County is the most populous county in Taiwan.Show on map
Hualien CityHualien City (Chinese: 花蓮市; pinyin: Huālián Shì), is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Hualien County, Taiwan. It is located on the east coast of Taiwan on the Pacific Ocean, and has a population of 106,368 inhabitants.Show on map
Sincheng TownshipXincheng Township (Chinese: 新城鄉; pinyin: Xīnchéng Xiāng) is a rural township located in north of Hualien County, Taiwan, and has a population of 20,286 inhabitants and 8 villages. It is also the smallest township in Hualien County.Show on map
Shoufong TownshipShoufeng Township (Chinese: 壽豐鄉; pinyin: Shòufēng Xiāng) is a rural township in Hualien County, Taiwan. The township sits in the north segment of Huatung Valley between Taiwan's Central Range and Haian Range near the Pacific Ocean.Show on map
Chaojhou TownshipChaozhou Township (also spelled Chaojhou; Chinese: 潮州鎮; Hanyu Pinyin: Cháozhōu Zhèn; Tongyong Pinyin: Cháojhou Jhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiô-chiu-tìn; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: is an urban township in western Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Nanzhou XiangNanjhou Township (Chinese: 南州鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Nánzhōu Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Nánjhou Siang) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 11,026 and an area of 18.9700 square kilometres.Show on map
Da’an DistrictDa'an District or Daan District is an important educational, commercial, residential and cultural district of Taipei City, Republic of China (Taiwan). The name of the district means \"great safety\" or \"great peace\".Show on map
Yuanli ZhenYuanli Township (Chinese: 苑裡鎮; pinyin: Yuànlǐ Zhèn) is an urban township in Miaoli County, Taiwan. It locates in south west of Miaoli county and an area of 68.2473 square kilometres. Also known as Miaoli Rice Barn.Show on map
Wutai XiangWutai Township (Chinese: 霧臺鄉; pinyin: Wùtái Xiāng; Rukai language: Vedai) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 3,435 and an area of 278.7960 square kilometres. The main population is the Rukai people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
Wenshan QuWenshan District is a district in Taipei, Taiwan. It is the southernmost district of the twelve districts in Taipei. Wenshan previously referred to the region south of Taipei Basin (including Xindian and Pinglin).Show on map
Dayuan XiangDayuan District (Chinese: 大園區; pinyin: Dàyuán Qū), formerly known as Dayuan Township (Chinese: 大園鄉; pinyin: Dàyuán Xiāng) is a rural, coastal district in northwestern Taoyuan City, Taiwan (Republic of China).Show on map
YilanYilan County (Chinese: 宜蘭縣; pinyin: Yílán Xiàn; Wade–Giles: I2-lan2 Hsien4) is a county in northeastern Taiwan. Yilan is officially administered as a county of the Republic of China.Show on map
Dongshi XiangDongshi Township (Chinese: 東勢鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Dōngshì Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Dongshìh Siang; Wade–Giles: Tung1-shih4 Hsiang1), also spelled Dongshih Township, is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Taimali XiangTaimali Township (Chinese: 太麻里鄉; pinyin: Tàimálǐ Xiāng) is a rural township in Taitung County, Taiwan. It has a population of 11,507 in 96.6523 km2 area. Taimali Township is located on the Pacific coast.Show on map
Nangang DistrictNangang District (Chinese: 南港區) is a southeastern district of Taipei, Taiwan. It is the seat of the Academia Sinica, Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall, and Nankang Software Park (NKSP).Show on map
TainanTainan County was a county of the Republic of China in southern Taiwan before it merged with the provincial Tainan City to form a new special municipality in 2010. The county capital was Xinying City.Show on map
Xionglin XiangQionglin Township (Chinese: 芎林鄉; pinyin: Qiōnglín Xiāng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kiong-nâ-hiong) is a rural township in Hsinchu County, Taiwan. It is located in the central area of the County. The population of Qionglin is about 20,301.Show on map
Xiangshan QuXiangshan District (Chinese: 香山區; pinyin: Xiāngshān Qū) or Siangshan District is a district in southwest Hsinchu City, Taiwan. It is the largest district of the three districts in Hsinchu City.Show on map
Houlong ZhenHoulong Township (Chinese: 後龍鎮; pinyin: Hòulóng Zhèn) is an urban township in western Miaoli County, Taiwan. It is surrounded by the Taiwan Strait on the west and Zaoqiao Township on the east.Show on map
T’ai-chung HsienTaichung County was a county in central Taiwan, the Republic of China, that surrounded but did not include the former Taichung City. The county capital was Fengyuan. The name Taichung means \"central Taiwan\".Show on map
Sihu XiangSihu Township (Chinese: 四湖鄉; pinyin: Sìhú Xiāng, Wade–Giles: Szuhu) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 25,415 and an area of 77.1189 square kilometres.Show on map
Taiwu XiangTaiwu Township (Chinese: 泰武鄉; pinyin: Tàiwǔ Xiāng) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 5,289 and an area of 118.6266 square kilometers. The main population is the Paiwan people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
Tongxiao ZhenTongxiao Township (Chinese: 通霄鎮; pinyin: Tōngxiāo Zhèn) is an urban township in southern Miaoli County, Taiwan. It is surrounded by the Taiwan Strait on the west and mountains on the east.Show on map
Chunri XiangChunri Township (Chinese: 春日鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Chūnrì Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Chunrìh Siang; Wade–Giles: Ch'un1-jih4 Hsiang1) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. The main population is the Paiwan people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
Neipu Township(Not to be confused with Neipu village in Zhuqi, Chiayi County.) Neipu Township (Chinese: 內埔鄉; pinyin: Nèipǔ Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Nei4-p'u3 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lāi-po͘-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Lui-phû-hiông) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yanbu XiangYanpu Township (Chinese: 鹽埔鄉; pinyin: Yánpǔ Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Yen2-p'u3 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Iâm-po͘-hiong; Pha̍k-fa-sṳ: Yâm-phû-hiông) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yuanlin ZhenYuanlin City (Chinese: 員林市) is a county-controlled city in eastern Changhua County, Taiwan. It is the second largest settlement in the county, after the county seat of Changhua City.Show on map
Fenyuan XiangFenyuan Township (Chinese: 芬園鄉; pinyin: Fēnyuán Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 24,155 and an area of 38.0824 square kilometres.Show on map
Gukeng XiangGukeng Township (Chinese: 古坑鄉; pinyin: Gǔkēng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: KuL3-k'eng1 Hsiang1) is a rural township in the easternmost part of Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is the largest township in the county.Show on map
Zhongliao XiangJhongliao Township (Chinese: 中寮鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhōngliáo Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhongliáo Siang; Wade–Giles: Chung1-liao2 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Baozhong XiangBaozhong Township (Chinese: 褒忠鄉; pinyin: Bāozhōng Xiāng; Wade-Giles: Pao-Chung Hsiang) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is the smallest township in Yunlin County.Show on map
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Dongshan XiangDongshan Township (Chinese: 冬山鄉; pinyin: Dōngshān Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Tung1-shan1 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tang-soaⁿ-hiong) is a rural township in the central part of Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Lugu XiangLugu Township (Chinese: 鹿谷鄉; pinyin: Lùgǔ Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Lu4-ku3 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lo̍k-kok Hiong) is an rural township located in the southwest of Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Xiluo ZhenXiluo Township or Siluo Township (Chinese: 西螺鎮; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīluó Zhèn; Tongyong Pinyin: Siluó Jhèn; Wade–Giles: Hsi1-lo2 Chen4) is an urban township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Buxin XiangPuxin Township (Chinese: 埔心鄉; pinyin: Pǔxīn Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 34,905 and an area of 20.9526 square kilometres.Show on map
Linnei XiangLinnei Township (Chinese: 林內鄉; pinyin: Línnèi Xiāng) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is the second smallest township in Yunlin County after Baozhong Township.Show on map
Wujie XiangWujie Township (Chinese: 五結鄉; pinyin: Wǔjié Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Wu3-chieh2 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Gō͘-kiat Hiong) is a rural township in the eastern part of Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Qimei XiangQimei Township (Chinese: 七美鄉; pinyin: Qīměi Xiāng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhit-bí Hiong) is a rural township in Penghu County, Taiwan. The unhabitated Mao Yu and Cao Yu west of Qimei are also under its governance.Show on map
Erlun XiangErlun Township (Chinese: 二崙鄉; pinyin: Èrlún Xiāng) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It has a population total of 28,323 and an area of 59.5625 square kilometres.Show on map
Huwei ZhenHuwei Township (Chinese: 虎尾鎮; pinyin: Hǔwěi Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hó͘-bóe-tìn or Hó͘-bé-tìn) is an urban township in Yunlin County, Taiwan. It has a population of about 70,269.Show on map
Tai’an XiangTai'an Township (Chinese: 泰安鄉; pinyin: Tài'ān Xiāng) is a mountain indigenous township in southeastern Miaoli County, Taiwan. It is the largest township in Miaoli County.Show on map
Caotun ZhenCaotun Township (Chinese: 草屯鎮; pinyin: Cǎotún Zhèn; Wade–Giles: Ts'ao3-t'un2 Chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: chháu-tùn) is an urban township in the northwest of Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Mudan XiangMudan Township (Chinese: 牡丹鄉; pinyin: Mǔdān Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Mu3-tan1 Hsiang1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bó͘-tan-hiong) is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. The main population is the Paiwan people of the Taiwanese aborigines.Show on map
TaoyuanTaoyuan County was a county of the Republic of China in northern Taiwan before it was upgraded into special municipality in 2014. The county capital was Taoyuan.Show on map
Chiayi CountyChiayi County (Chinese: 嘉義縣; pinyin: Jiāyì Xiàn) is a county in southwestern Taiwan surrounding but not including Chiayi City. It is the sixth largest county in Taiwan.Show on map
Jiouru TownshipJiuru Township (Chinese: 九如鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Jiǔrú Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jiǒurú Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Chiu3-ju2 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Luyeh TownshipLuye Township (Chinese: 鹿野鄉; pinyin: Lùyě Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Lu4-yeh3 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Taitung County, Taiwan. It is located in the Huatung Valley.Show on map
Shuili XiangShueili Township (Chinese: 水里鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Shuǐlǐ Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Shuěilǐ Siang) or Shuili Township is a rural township in Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Guishan XiangGuishan District (Chinese: 龜山區; pinyin: Guīshān Qū) is a rural district in northeastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan.Show on map
Chishang XiangChishang Township (Chinese: 池上鄉; Hanyu Pinyin: Chíshàng Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Chíhshàng Siang) is a rural township in Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Erlin ZhenErlin Township (Chinese: 二林鎮; pinyin: Èrlín Zhèn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: is an urban township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhongshan QuZhongshan District is an administrative district of Taipei City, named after Sun Yat-sen, better known in Chinese as \"Sun Zhongshan\".Show on map
Wandan XiangWandan Township (Chinese: 萬丹鄉; pinyin: Wàndān Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Wan4-tan1 Hsiang1) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
TaitungTaitung County (Chinese: 臺東縣; pinyin: Táidōng Xiàn) is the third largest county in Taiwan, located in the eastern coast.Show on map
Shuilin XiangShuilin Township (Chinese: 水林鄉; pinyin: Shuǐlín Xiāng, Wade–Giles: Shueilin) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yuanshan XiangYuanshan Township (Chinese: 員山鄉; pinyin: Yuánshān Xiāng) is a rural township in the western part of Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Mailiao XiangMailiao Township (Chinese: 麥寮鄉; pinyin: Màiliáo Xiāng) is a rural township in northwestern Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
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Fuli TownshipFuli Township (Chinese: 富里鄉; pinyin: Fùlǐ Xiāng) is a rural township located in southern Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dahu XiangDahu Township (Chinese: 大湖鄉; pinyin: Dàhú Xiāng) is a rural township in the south of Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhunan ZhenZhunan Township (Chinese: 竹南鎮; pinyin: Zhúnán Zhèn) is an urban township in northern Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shengang XiangShengang Township (Chinese: 伸港鄉; pinyin: Shēngǎng Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
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Yuanchang XiangYuanchang Township (Chinese: 元長鄉; pinyin: Yuánzhǎng Xiāng) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yongjing XiangYongjing Township (Chinese: 永靖鄉; pinyin: Yǒngjìng Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Fangyuan XiangFangyuan Township (Chinese: 芳苑鄉; pinyin: Fāngyuàn Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Manzhou XiangManzhou Township (Chinese: 滿州鄉; pinyin: Mǎnzhōu Xiāng) is a rural township in Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dacheng XiangDacheng Township (Chinese: 大城鄉; pinyin: Dàchéng Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shetou XiangShetou Township (Chinese: 社頭鄉; pinyin: Shètóu Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhuolan ZhenZhuolan Township (Chinese: 卓蘭鎮; pinyin: Zhuólán Zhèn) is an urban township in Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
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Dounan ZhenDounan Township (Chinese: 斗南鎮; pinyin: Dòunán Zhèn) is an urban township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Buyan XiangPuyan Township (Chinese: 埔鹽鄉; pinyin: Pǔyán Xiāng) is a rural township in Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Lucao XiangLucao Township (Chinese: 鹿草鄉; pinyin: Lùcǎo Xiāng) is a rural township in Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Kouhu XiangKouhu Township (Chinese: 口湖鄉; pinyin: Kǒuhú Xiāng) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dapi XiangDapi Township (Chinese: 大埤鄉; pinyin: Dàpí Xiāng) is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Tuku ZhenTuku Township (Chinese: 土庫鎮; pinyin: Tǔkù Zhèn) is an urban township in Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Kao-hsiung HsienKaohsiung County was a county in southern Taiwan. The county capital was Fongshan City.Show on map
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Different buildings in Taiwan
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Taiwan Taoyuan International AirportTaiwan Taoyuan International Airport (IATA: TPE, ICAO: RCTP) is an international airport serving the capital city of Taipei, Taiwan, and the northern parts of the island. Located about 40 km west of Taipei in Dayuan District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan, the airport is Taiwan's largest airport. It is one of five Taiwanese airports with regular international flights, and is by far the busiest international air entry point amongst them. It is the main international hub for China Airlines and EVA Air.Show on map
Meiguo Malixun XuexiaoMorrison Academy (Chinese: 馬禮遜學校; Wade–Giles: Ma-li-hsün Hsüeh-hsiao; Hanyu Pinyin: Mălĭxùn Xuéxiào; literally: Morrison School) was established in 1952 and offers a college-preparatory and American-based Christian affiliated education to expatriate children living in Taiwan. Morrison Academy was founded in Taichung, where one of the campuses is located, but additional campuses have been created in Taipei (Bethany) and Kaohsiung (Morrison Academy Kaohsiung). Satellite campuses have also existed island-wide throughout the years.Show on map
Gugong BowuyuanThe National Palace Museum (Chinese: pinyin: Guólì gùgōng bówùyuàn) is located in Shilin, Taipei, Taiwan (Republic of China). It has a permanent collection of nearly 700,000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks, making it one of the largest of its type in the world. The collection encompasses over 10,000 years of Chinese history from the Neolithic age to the late Qing Dynasty. Most of the collection are high quality pieces collected by China's emperors.Show on map
Zhongyang Yanjiu YuanAcademia Sinica (Chinese: 中央研究院, literally \"Central Research Academy\"; \"Chinese Academy\" in Latin), headquartered in the Nangang District of Taipei, is the national academy of Taiwan. It supports research activities in a wide variety of disciplines, ranging from mathematical and physical sciences, to life sciences, and to humanities and social sciences.Show on map
Taiwan DaxueNational Taiwan University (NTU; Chinese: 國立臺灣大學; pinyin: Guólì Táiwān Dàxué; colloquially, 台大; Táidà; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-tāi) is a national co-educational research university located in Taipei, Taiwan. Its 1,086,167 m2 main campus is located in Taipei's Da'an District. In addition, the university has 6 other campuses in Taipei and elsewhere, with a total area of 345,830,000 m2. The University consists of 11 colleges, 54 departments, 103 graduate institutes and 4 research centers. In 2015, the student body consisted of 16,533 undergraduate students and 15,225 graduate students.Show on map
Chiayi AirportChiayi Airport (traditional Chinese: 嘉義航空站; simplified Chinese: 嘉义航空站; pinyin: Jiāyì Hángkōngzhàn) (IATA: CYI, ICAO: RCKU), commonly known as Shueishang Airport (traditional Chinese: 水上機場; simplified Chinese: 水上机场; pinyin: Shuǐshàng Jīchǎng), is an airport in Chiayi County, Taiwan. The airport has two runways, and it is used as a civilian airport and is co-located next to Chiayi Air Base. Chiayi Airport is envisioned as a gateway to the Alishan National Scenic Area, a popular tourist destination in Taiwan.Show on map
Guoli Chenggong DaxueNational Cheng Kung University (NCKU; Chinese: 國立成功大學; pinyin: Guólì Chénggōng Dàxué) is a research-led comprehensive university in Tainan, Taiwan. It is named after the given name of Koxinga, a Chinese military leader who drove the Dutch colonists from Taiwan and founded the Kingdom of Tungning. NCKU is among the four universities of the Taiwan Comprehensive University System.Show on map
Taida YiyuanThe National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH; Chinese: pinyin: Guólì Táiwān Dàxué Yīxuéyuàn Fùshè Yīyuàn) started operations under Japanese rule in Daitōtei (today's Dadaocheng) on June 18, 1895, and moved to its present location in 1898. The Hospital was later annexed to the Medical School of Taihoku Imperial University and renamed Taihoku Imperial University Medical School Affiliated Hospital in 1937. The present name was adopted after the Republic of China took over the hospital upon Taiwan's retrocession in 1945.Show on map
Taibei Meiguo XuexiaoTaipei American School (Chinese: 台北美國學校; abbreviation TAS) is a private independent school with an American-based curriculum located in Tianmu (T'ien-mu), Shilin District (Shih-lin), Taipei City. Founded in 1949, the school served as a U.S. Department of Defense contract school during the U.S. military presence in Taiwan from the 1950s to 1970s. Upon the termination of diplomatic relations between the United States and the ROC in 1979, TAS was reorganized into a private international school. The school is operated by the Taipei American School Foundation under contract to the American Institute in Taiwan, the United States' quasi-embassy in Taiwan.Show on map
Changchun CiEternal Spring Shrine, also called Changchun Shrine (Chinese: 長春祠; pinyin: Chángchūn cí; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiông-chhun-sû; literally: \"Ancestral shrine of Eternal, or Long, Spring\"), is a landmark and a memorial shrine complex in Taroko National Park in Taiwan, in Hualian County near town of Xiulin. It is one of the major picturesque points of the park, with the view of the mountains and the waterfall, and one of the main memorials for veterans. The name of the temple comes from the Changchun Falls that never stop running. The Shrine is located right above the waterfall streams.Show on map
Zhongguo Wenhua DaxueThe Chinese Culture University (CCU; Chinese: 中國文化大學) is a private Taiwanese university located in Yangmingshan in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan. CCU was established in 1962 and is one of the largest universities in Taiwan with an enrollment of about 32,000 students. Satellite campuses are located in the Jianguo, Ximending, and Zhongxiao East Road areas of Taipei City. CCU has a vast collaboration and network with top universities around the world.Show on map
Taibei ChezhanTaipei Station, also called Taipei Railway Station (臺北火車站, by the Taiwan Railway Administration) or Taipei Main Station (臺北車站, by the Taipei Metro), refers to the old downtown region in Taipei, Taiwan, where different modes of public transport systems converge; the station is at the center of this region. Prior to the opening of the Taipei Metro lines at the station in 1997, the region was simply known as \"Taipei Station\" or \"Taipei Railway Station\". The station handles over half a million passengers daily on conventional rail, metro, and high-speed rail.Show on map
Wufei MiaoThe Temple of the Five Concubines (五妃廟), known also by alternative names including the Temple of the Five Noble Ladies, is a temple in Tainan, Taiwan. It was built in front of the tomb of the five concubines of Zhu Shugui, the Ming Prince of Ningjing, who killed themselves in 1683 to accompany him in death. It is registered as a first-class historic site by the Republic of China government.Show on map
Guoli Pingdong Keji DaxueNational Pingtung University of Science and Technology (NPUST; Chinese: is a public university in Neipu Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. NPUST occupies the largest unified campus grounds in all of Taiwan. It was established in April 1924 as the Kaohsiung District Pingtung Extension School of Agriculture and over the years it has undergone several restructurings and name-changes. The current name of National Pingtung University of Science and Technology was adopted in August 1997. The university is the only university in Taiwan to host a Rescue Center for Endangered Wild Animals, Shelter for Stray Dogs and Working Dog Training School. In addition to the Neipu Campus, NPUST also has additional land in Kenting National Park and Taitung County.Show on map
Qingshan BaQingshan Dam (Chinese: 青山壩; Hanyu Pinyin: Qīngshān Bà; Tongyong Pinyin: Cingshan Bà; Wade–Giles: Ch'ing1-shan1 Pa4) is a concrete gravity forebay dam on the Dajia River in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. The dam is the second in a cascade of hydroelectric power plants along the Dajia River, and is located directly below the Techi Dam and upstream of the Kukuan Dam. The dam was built between 1964 and 1970 and stands 45 m (148 ft) high and 100 m (330 ft) long, storing up to 600,000 m3 (490 acre·ft) in its reservoir.Show on map
Nanjingdong Lu ZhanEast Nanjing Road Station (simplified Chinese: 南京东路站; traditional Chinese: 南京東路站; pinyin: Nánjīng Dōng Lù Zhàn) is an interchange station between Lines 2 and 10 on the Shanghai Metro. It is located in Huangpu District, under the intersection of Nanjing Road (E.) and Henan Road (M.) in the city center of Shanghai. The Line 10 section of the station opened in April 2010.Show on map
Pingtung North Air Force BasePingtung Airport (Chinese: 屏東機場; pinyin: Píngdōng Jīchǎng) are two airports in Pingtung City, Pingtung County, Taiwan (IATA: PIF, ICAO: RCSQ). The two airports are under the control of the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Pingtung Airport was established on November 28, 1994 at the old art exhibition hall at the Pingtung Culture Centre. This northern terminal was designated the public airport terminal, while the south part became the Republic of China Air Force base.Show on map
Eluanbi DengtaEluanbi Lighthouse (Chinese: 鵝鑾鼻燈塔; pinyin: Éluánbí Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse located on Cape Eluanbi, the southernmost point of Taiwan, to the south of Hengchun in Pingtung County, Taiwan. Eluanbi Lighthouse is managed by the Customs Administration, Ministry of Finance, Taiwan. The lighthouse is built between the Pacific Ocean and the Taiwan Strait, facing toward the Luzon Strait. Thus, the lighthouse has a splendid panorama. The lighthouse is open to the public all year around. Today, Eluanbi Lighthouse is called \"The Light of East Asia\", because its intensity is the most powerful among Taiwan lighthouses.Show on map
Tianlun BaTienlun Dam (Chinese: 天輪壩; pinyin: Tiānlún Bà) is a concrete gravity dam on the Dajia River in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. Built from 1952 to 1956, the dam is the fourth in a cascade of hydroelectric dams along the Dajia River, located upstream from the Ma'an Dam and downstream of the Kukuan Dam.Show on map
Nangang ChezhanNangang Station (Chinese: 南港車站; pinyin: Nángǎng Chēzhàn) (formerly transliterated as Nankang Station until 2003) is a major railway station located in Nangang, Taipei, Taiwan, parallel to Zhongxiao East Road. The station serves several modes of public transportation, including the bus system, Taiwan Railway Administration, and Taipei Metro (Nangang Line). The station is also the terminus of the Taiwan High Speed Rail as of July 2016. The current underground Nangang Line station was the last one in the Taipei Metro that was built without platform screen doors.Show on map
Shili TiyuchangThe Taipei Municipal Stadium (Chinese: 台北田徑場; pinyin: Táiběi Tiánjìng Chǎng) is a multi-purpose stadium in Taipei, Taiwan. The original stadium, built in 1956, was used mostly for track and field events and was able to hold 20,000 people. It was demolished and reconstructed for the 2009 Summer Deaflympics between December 2006 and July 2009. On 3 July 2011, the stadium recorded its highest attendance for a football game when Chinese Taipei hosted Malaysia in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC First Round second leg match, when 15,335 spectators attended the game.Show on map
Xincheng ChezhanXincheng Station (Chinese: 新城車站; pinyin: Xīnchéng Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xincheng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan. To promote the sight-seeing in nearby area, the local committees decided to change the station name to Taroko Station (Chinese: 太魯閣車站; pinyin: Tàilǔgé Chēzhàn) according to the famous Taroko Gorge. The new name was effective from August 2007. But during the transition period, most of the signs contain both name versions of the station to avoid ambiguity.Show on map
Hualien AirportHualien Airport (Chinese: 花蓮機場; pinyin: Huālián Jīchǎng) (IATA: HUN, ICAO: RCYU) is a commercial airport located in an 11.5-hectare (28-acre) civilian area of a military airbase in Xincheng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan. It primary serves domestic flights although it can handle international charter flights as well. The proximity of Hualien Airport to a military base has caused some tension between travelers, airline officials, and the Republic of China Air Force, especially when civilian flights are cancelled due to war games exercises.Show on map
Taoyuan ChezhanTaoyuan Station (Chinese: 桃園車站; pinyin: Táoyuán Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line, located in Taoyuan District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan. It is also the terminal station of the Linkou Branch Line, and is planned to be a junction station on the future Taoyuan MRT. Because of the massive amount of commuters to and from Taipei, the station is the second busiest station in terms of passenger volume (more than 60,000 a day as of 2014), ranking only behind Taipei Railway Station.Show on map
Tai’an ChezhanTai-an Station (Chinese: 泰安車站; pinyin: Tài'ān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Taichung Line located in Houli District, Taichung, Taiwan. The current elevated station is not the first Tai-an Station nor is located at its original site. Due to the re-routing of the Western Line, the TRA closed the Tai-an Old Station on the Old Mountain Line and keeps it as a tourist and historical facility while transferring the actual transportation service to the new station.Show on map
Hengchun AirportHengchun Airport (Chinese: 恆春機場; pinyin: Héngchūn Jīchǎng) (IATA: HCN, ICAO: RCKW) is an airport in Renshou Village, Hengchun Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. The airport is near Kenting National Park and is the southern-most airport in Taiwan. Due to its location, the airport frequently experiences strong Katabatic wind and is forced to close. Because of this, the load factor of the flights rarely exceeds 40%; airlines are considering filing applications for withdrawal of services to Hengchun.Show on map
Zhinan GongZhinan Temple (Chinese: 指南宮; pinyin: Zhĭnán Gōng; also called 仙公廟, Xiāngōng Miào; also unofficially anglicized as \"Chi nan\" or \"Chih nan\") is a Taoist temple on the slopes of Houshan (猴山, \"Monkey Mountain\") in Muzha, a suburb of Taipei, Taiwan. It was founded in 1882. The temple's main deity is Lü Dongbin, one of the Eight Immortals. As Lü is said to dwell in the southern courtyard of the heavenly court, the temple acts as a compass pointing toward the south (指南, zhĭnán); hence the name.Show on map
Guoli Zhongzheng DaxueNational Chung Cheng University (CCU; Chinese: 國立中正大學) is a public research university in Minxiong Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan. It is distinctive among universities in Taiwan in that it is dedicated to the core humanities and the basic sciences, both natural and social. In both quality and quantity of research it annually places among the top 5% of universities in Taiwan. Chung Cheng is among the four universities of Taiwan's Public Ivy - the Taiwan Comprehensive University System.Show on map
Zhongzheng JiniantangThe National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (Chinese: 中正紀念堂) is a national monument, landmark and tourist attraction erected in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. It is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The monument, surrounded by a park, stands at the east end of Liberty Square. The structure is framed on the north and south by the National Theater and National Concert Hall.Show on map
National HotelThe National Hotel (Chinese: 全國大飯店; pinyin: Quánguó Dàfàndiàn) is a hotel in West District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is Taichung's first five-star hotel, founded in 1980, the central one of the famous hotel, located in Chungkang Road, the tight Pro with Luyuan Road, National Museum of Natural Science and SOGO Department Store. Currently Qin Mei Group acquisition. National Hotel have 306 rooms, five Chinese and Western restaurants and Banquet venues, and 400 plane parking spaces.Show on map
Taichung AirportTaichung Airport (Chinese: 臺中航空站; pinyin: Taizhong Hangkong Zhan) (IATA: RMQ, ICAO: RCMQ), commonly known as Taichung Ching Chuan Kang Airport Táizhōng Qīngquángǎng Jīchăng), is an airport located in Taichung, Taiwan for both commercial and military purposes. It is also the third international airport in Taiwan, with scheduled services to Mainland China, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam.Show on map
Shengxing ChezhanShengxing Station (Chinese: 勝興車站; pinyin: Shèngxìng Chēzhàn), also spelled Shengsing Station or Shenghsing Station, is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Western Line (Old Mountain Line). It is located in Sanyi Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan. This station was closed to normal service on September 24, 1998 due to a route change of the trunk line. It is now a tourist spot surrounded by a cluster of tea shops and traditional Hakka restaurants.Show on map
Shijian DaxueShih Chien University (USC; Chinese: 實踐大學; pinyin: Shíjiàn Dàxué) is a private university in Taiwan. It has two campuses: one in Dazhi, Zhongshan District, Taipei and the other in Neimen District, Kaohsiung. Its professional performance and courses in design has been regarded in the '60 top D-schools in the world' by BusinessWeek in 2006. Its Master in Industrial Design program was selected into \"the best 30 design programs\" in the world by BusinessWeek in 2009.Show on map
Shifan DaxueNational Taiwan Normal University (NTNU; Chinese: pinyin: Guólì Táiwān Shīfàn Dàxué), or Shīdà 師大, is an institution of higher education and normal school operating out of three campuses in Taipei, Taiwan. NTNU is widely recognized as one of Taiwan's elite higher education institutions. The university enrolls approximately 17,000 students each year. Approximately 1,500 students are international.Show on map
Zhongshan LouThe Chung-Shan Building (Chinese: 中山樓; pinyin: Zhōngshān Lóu) is part of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall complex. Completed in 1966, the building is located in the Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei, Taiwan. The building is placed on the reverse of the 100 New Taiwan Dollar bill. The building serves as a location for hosting ceremonies by the President of the Republic of China for state visits, conferences and was off limits to the general public until 2005.Show on map
Taibei DaqiaoTaipei Bridge (Chinese: 台北大橋; pinyin: Táiběi Dàqiáo; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-pak Tōa-kiô, informally 台北橋 Táiběi Qiáo; Tâi-pak Kiô) is a motor-vehicle bridge across the Tamsui River connecting Taipei with Sanchong District, New Taipei City in Taiwan.A central span carries automobile and some motorcycle traffic while narrower spans on either side carry most motorcycle traffic along with bicycle pedestrian traffic. The central bridge is 481.6 meters in length.Show on map
Tainan ChezhanTainan Station (Chinese: 台南車站; pinyin: Táinán Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in East District, Tainan, Taiwan. Situated in center of the old town square of Tainan, Tainan Station is the main station of the city and also one of the major stations along the western trunk line in Taiwan. The Shalun Line, opened in 2011, allows through services to link the station with THSR Tainan Station.Show on map
Qilaibi DengtaQilaibi Lighthouse (Chinese: 奇萊鼻燈塔; Hanyu Pinyin: Qíláibí Dēngtǎ; Tongyong Pinyin: Cíláibí Dengtǎ) is one of several lighthouses in Taiwan. It is located in Qilaibi to the north of Port of Hualien in Hualien County. Today Qilaibi Lighthouse is overseen by the Customs Administration of the Ministry of Finance. The lighthouse is built between the Central Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean. The lighthouse is not open to the public all year around.Show on map
Zhongshan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhongshan Station (Chinese: 中山站; pinyin: Zhōngshān Zhàn) is a station on the Tamsui Line, located on the border of Zhongshan and Datong districts, Taipei, Taiwan. It is a transfer station between the Tamsui Line and Songshan Line. The station opened on March 28, 1997 for traffic on the Tamsui Line, and Songshan Line services opened on November 15, 2014. It is located in the middle of the underground Zhongshan Metro Mall.Show on map
Zhongyuan DaxueChung Yuan Christian University (CYCU; Chinese: 中原大學) is a private university in Zhongli District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan. The university was established as Chung Yuan Christian College of Science and Engineering in 1955 by a group of Taiwanese and American Christian educators to train science and engineering talent in the Christian spirit. The school was upgraded to a full university and renamed Chung Yuan Christian University in 1980.Show on map
SanxiantaiSanxiantai (Chinese: 三仙台; pinyin: Sānxiantái) is an area containing a beach and several islands located on the coast of Chenggong Township, Taitung County, Taiwan. The beach stretches for ten kilometers in length. It is situated at the 112-kilometer mark. A popular tourist attraction for its rocky coastal views, the area is well known for its long footbridge that connects the coast to the largest island.Show on map
Tainan Shi ZhengfuThe Tainan City Government (Chinese: 臺南市政府; pinyin: Táinán Shì Zhèngfǔ) is the top-tier local government administrative body of the Republic of China from December 2010 that governs Tainan City. It consists of a directly elected executive Mayor of Tainan. It replaced the earlier Tainan County Government and Tainan City Government which had covered a much bigger area and governed more citizens.Show on map
Zhongxiao Fuxing ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhongxiao Fuxing Station is located in the Da'an District in Taipei, Taiwan. It is a transfer station for Line 1 and Line 5). It has a daily ridership of 100,852 passengers in June 2014, making it the fourth busiest station on the network, behind Taipei Main Station, Ximen and Taipei City Hall.Show on map
Tanzi ZhanTanzi Station (Chinese: 潭子車站; pinyin: Tánzi Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Tanzi District, Taichung City, Taiwan. The station was once the eastern terminal for the now defunct TRA Shengang Line. The current station is located on ground level. As part of the elevatization process of the Western Line, a new elevated Tanzi Station is currently under construction and will open on March 29, 2016. As a result, one of the two island platforms are closed. It will be served by the Taichung Metro Red Line.Show on map
Su’ao XinzhanSu-aoxin Station or Su-ao New Station (Chinese: 蘇澳新站; Hanyu Pinyin: Sūào Xīnzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Suào Sinjhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Su'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan. It is an intersegmental station of Yilan Line continued to Su'ao and the northern terminus of North-Link Line.Show on map
Zhanghua ChezhanChanghua Station (Chinese: 彰化車站; pinyin: Zhānghuà Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Changhua City, Changhua County, Taiwan. It is located at the southern junction of the Mountain Line and Coast Line, where the line continues onto the southern section of the Western Line.Show on map
Zhuifen ZhanZhuifen Station (Chinese: 追分車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhuīfēn chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhueifen Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Dadu District, Taichung, Taiwan. The Zhuifen-Chenggong Ticket was a hot sale because of its lucky meaning \"Pursue to Success\".Show on map
Chenggong ZhanChenggong Station (Chinese: 成功車站; pinyin: Chénggōng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Wuri District, Taichung, Taiwan. The Zhuifen-Chenggong Ticket was a hot sale because of the station names composition has a lucky meaning \"Pursue to Success\".Show on map
Badu ZhanBadu Station (Chinese: 八堵車站; pinyin: Bādǔ Chēzhàn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Peh-tó͘ Chhia-chām) (formerly transliterated as Patu Station until 2003) is a railway station at the junction of the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Western Line and the Yilan Line. It is the western terminus of the Yilan Line and is located in Nuannuan District, Keelung, Taiwan.Show on map
Guting ZhanThe Taipei Metro Guting Station is located on the border of Zhongzheng and Da'an in Taipei, Taiwan. It is an interchange station with Xindian Line, Zhonghe Line, and the Xinzhuang Line. The defunct TRA Xindian Line also had a station of the same name. However, its location is not the same as the current station.Show on map
Tainan AirportTainan Airport (Chinese: 臺南機場; formally (IATA: TNN, ICAO: RCNN) is a commercial airport located in South District, Tainan City, Taiwan. It is shared with Republic of China Air Force Tainan AFB. In January 2011, the Civil Aeronautics Administration approved the airport to handle international flights.Show on map
Daguan FadianchangThe Minghu Dam, renamed the Takuan Dam, is a concrete gravity dam on the Shuili River located 7 km (4.3 mi) north of Shuili Township in Nantou County, Taiwan. The dam was constructed to serve as the lower reservoir for the Minhu Pumped Storage Hydro Power Station. Sun Moon Lake serves as the upper reservoir.Show on map
Xinzhu ChezhanHsinchu Station (Chinese: 新竹車站; pinyin: Xīnzhú Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line and the Neiwan Line. It is located in East District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan. Hsinchu Station is a major station on the Western Line and the western terminus of the Neiwan Line.Show on map
Mingde ZhanThe Taipei Metro Mingde Station (traditional Chinese: 捷運明德站) is located in the Beitou District (北投區) of Taipei, Taiwan. The station is on the Tamsui Line, otherwise known as \"the red line\" by locals. It is also a minor bus transfer point for connections to Tianmu (天母) and Yangmingshan National Park (陽明山).Show on map
Zhunan ChezhanZhunan Station (Chinese: 竹南車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhúnán Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhúnán Chejhàn), is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Zhunan Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan. It lies at the northern junction of the Mountain and Coast Lines of the Western Line.Show on map
Fengfu ChezhanFengfu Station (Chinese: 豐富車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Fēngfù Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Fongfù Chejhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Taichung Line located in Houlong Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan. This station would be the nearest TRA station to the proposed THSR Miaoli Station.Show on map
Xinbeitou ZhanThe Taipei Metro Xinbeitou Station (formerly transliterated as Hsin Peitou Station from 1997 until 2003) is the terminal station on the Xinbeitou Branch Line located in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. The location of the station used to be the terminal station for the now-defunct TRA Xinbeitou Line.Show on map
Jiantan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Jiantan Station (Chinese: 劍潭站) is a station on Tamsui Line (Red Line), located in the Jiantan (劍潭) area of Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan. There was a station of the same name on the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line, however the position was different; the TRA station was further south.Show on map
Su’ao ChezhanSu'ao Station (Chinese: 蘇澳車站; pinyin: Sūào Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Su'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan and is the southern terminus of the Yilan Line. The station stands approximately 300 m from Su-ao Cold Spring.Show on map
Dongwu DaxueSoochow University (Chinese: 東吳大學) is a private university located in Taipei, Taiwan. Although Soochow University maintains a church and a Methodist minister in residence, it may be considered a secular institution. Soochow University is noted for studies in Comparative Law and Accounting.Show on map
Fangye ChezhanFangye Signal Station (Chinese: 枋野號誌站; pinyin: Fāngyě Hàozhì Zhàn) is a manned railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Shihzih Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. Although staffed, it is not a commuter station with no scheduled train service.Show on map
Jiayi ChezhanChiayi Station (Chinese: 嘉義車站; pinyin: Jiāyì Chēzhàn; Wade–Giles: Chia1-i4 Ch'e1-chan4) is a railway station located in West District, Chiayi City, Taiwan, which serves Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line and the Alishan Forest Railway Main Line (Alishan Line).Show on map
Guoli Haiyang Shengwu BowuguanThe National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium (NMMBA; Chinese: pinyin: Guólì Hǎiyáng Shēngwù Bówùguǎn) is an aquarium located on the southern coast of Taiwan near Kenting (northwest of Kenting National Park) in Checheng Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Taizhong Gang ChezhanTaichung Port Station (Chinese: 台中港車站; pinyin: Táizhōnggǎng Chēzhàn), formerly known as Jianan Station, is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) and the Taichung Port Line located in Qingshui District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Ershui ChezhanErshui Station (Chinese: 二水車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Èrshuǐ Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Èrshuěi Chejhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Ershui, Changhua County, Taiwan. It is also the western terminus of the Jiji Line.Show on map
Beitou ZhanThe Taipei Metro Beitou Station is a station on Red Line (Tamsui Line and Xinbeitou Branch Line), located in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. The location of station can be traced back the same name station of the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line and Xinbeitou Line.Show on map
Xinying ChezhanXinying Station (Chinese: 新營車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnyíng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinyíng Chejhàn), formerly spelled Sinying Station, is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Xinying District, Tainan City, Taiwan.Show on map
Fengjia DaxueFeng Chia University (FCU; Chinese: 逢甲大學) is recognized as one of the best private university in Taiwan, located in Xitun District, Taichung. It was named after Chiu Feng-Chia (丘逢甲 - Qiū Féngjiǎ), one of the leaders of the military resistance against the Japanese invasion of Taiwan in 1895. In 2016, FCU the top private comprehensive university in the 2016 QS Asia University Rankings.Show on map
Xinzhu JichangHsinchu Air Base (IATA: HSZ, ICAO: RCPO) is an airbase in North District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan. It was opened on 1 January 1998. As of the late 1990s, the longest runway at Hsinchu was reportedly 12,000 feet (3658 m) long. Stationed at Hsinchu AB: \n* 499th Tactical Fighter Wing \n* 41 Sqn (Mirage 2000) \n* 42 Sqn (Mirage 2000) \n* 48 Sqn (Mirage 2000).Show on map
Fangliao ChezhanFangliao Station (Chinese: 枋寮車站; pinyin: Fāngliáo Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) at the junction of the Pingtung Line and the South-Link Line. It is located in Fangliao Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Fangshan ChezhanFangshan Station (Chinese: 枋山車站; pinyin: Fāngshān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Shihzih Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. The station is the southernmost station in Taiwan.Show on map
Tongxiao ChezhanTongxiao Station (Chinese: 通霄車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Tōngxiāo Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Tongsiao Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Tongxiao Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zaoqiao ZhanZaoqiao Station (Chinese: 造橋車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Zàoqiáo Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Zàociáo Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Zaoqiao Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Qingshui ChezhanQingshui Station (Chinese: 清水車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Qīngshuǐ chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Cingshuěi Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Qingshui District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Lan YuThe Lanyu Airport (Chinese: 蘭嶼機場; pinyin: Lányǔ Jīchǎng; (IATA: KYD, ICAO: RCLY)) is an airport on Orchid Island, Taitung, Republic of China. The airport does not support night time flying except for emergency medical services flights.Show on map
Tianzhong ChezhanTianzhong Station (Chinese: 田中車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Tiánzhōng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Tiánjhong Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Tianzhong Township, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Tanwen ChezhanTanwen Station (Chinese: 談文車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Tánwén Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Tánwún Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Zaoqiao Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shuishang ChezhanShuishang Station (Chinese: 水上車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Shuǐshàng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Shuěishàng Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Shuishang Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shicheng ChezhanThe Shihcheng Station (Chinese: 石城車站; pinyin: Shíchéng Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located at Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan. It is the easternmost train station in Taiwan.Show on map
Minxiong ZhanMinxiong Station (Chinese: 民雄車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Mínxióng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Mínsyóng Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Minxiong Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Houshanpi ZhanThe Taipei Metro Houshanpi Station is a station on the Nangang Line located on the border of the Nangang and Xinyi districts, Taipei, Taiwan. It opened for service on December 30, 2000, as part of an eastern extension to Kunyang.Show on map
Yuanquan ChezhanYuanquan Station (Chinese: 源泉車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Yuánquán Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Yuáncyuán Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Ershui Township, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Daxi ChezhanDaxi Station (Chinese: 大溪車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Dàxī Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Dàsi Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Daxi Borough, Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Songshan ChezhanSongshan Station (Chinese: 松山車站; pinyin: Sōngshān Chēzhàn) is a railway station at the junction of Songshan, Xinyi and Nangang Districts in Taipei, Taiwan. It is served by the Taiwan Railway Administration and is a terminal station of the Taipei Metro Songshan Line.Show on map
Zhuoshui ChezhanZhuoshui Station (Chinese: 濁水車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhuóshuǐ Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhuóshuěi Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Mingjian Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Jiaoxi ChezhanJiaoxi Station (Chinese: 礁溪車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Jiāoxī Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Jiaosi Chezhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Jiaoxi Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Rinan ChezhanRinan Station (Chinese: 日南車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Rìnán Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Rìhnán Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Dajia District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Yuanshan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Yuanshan Station is located between the Zhongshan and Datong districts in Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line (Red Line). There was a station of the same name on the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Guishan ChezhanGuishan Station (Chinese: 龜山車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Guīshān Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Gueishan Chejhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Wuri ZhanWuri Station (Chinese: 烏日車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Wūrì Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Wurìh Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Wuri District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Sanyi ChezhanSanyi Station (Chinese: 三義車站; pinyin: Sānyì Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) and Old Mountain Line. It is located in Sanyi Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shigui ZhanShigui Station (Chinese: 石龜車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Shíguī Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Shíhguēi Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Dounan Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Xinma ChezhanXinma Station (Chinese: 新馬車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnmǎ Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinmǎ Chejhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line. It is located in Su'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shalu ChezhanShalu Station (Chinese: 沙鹿車站; pinyin: Shālù Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line). It was built in May 1919 and is located in Shalu District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Sicheng ChezhanSicheng Station (Chinese: 四城車站; Hanyu Pinyin: Sìchéng Chēzhàn; Tongyong Pinyin: Sìhchéng Chejhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Gongguan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Gongguan Station (Chinese: 公館站; pinyin: Gōnggǔan Zhàn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kong-koán-chām) is located in the Gongguan area, between the Zhongzheng and Daan districts, in Taipei City, Taiwan. National Taiwan University, the highest academy of Taiwan, is close to the station.Show on map
Chi Mei AirportQimei Airport or Cimei Airport (traditional Chinese: 七美機場; simplified Chinese: 七美机场; pinyin: Qīměi Jīchǎng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhit-bí Ki-tiû) (IATA: CMJ, ICAO: RCCM) is an airport serving Cimei, an island in Penghu County, Taiwan (Republic of China).Show on map
Shizhengfu ZhanThe Taipei Metro Taipei City Hall Station (Chinese: 市政府站; pinyin: Shìzhèngfǔ Zhàn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhī-chèng-hú Chām) is located in the Xinyi District of Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line).Show on map
Guofu Jinianguan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Station is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line), located in the Xinyi and Da'an districts in Taipei, Taiwan. It is named after the nearby Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall.Show on map
Taibei Shi ZhengfuThe Taipei City Government (TCG; Chinese: 臺北市政府; pinyin: Táiběi Shì Zhèngfǔ) is the government that governs Taipei City of Taiwan. The government building is located at Taipei City Hall in Xinyi District, Taipei.Show on map
Taizhong ChezhanTaichung Station (Chinese: 臺中車站; pinyin: Táizhōng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Central District, Taichung City, Taiwan.Show on map
Shipai ZhanThe Taipei Metro Shipai Station is located in the Beitou District of Taipei City, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line (Red Line). In the past, the station belonged to the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Xiehe FadianchangThe Hsieh-ho Power Plant (Chinese: 協和發電廠; pinyin: Xiéhé Fādiànchǎng) is an oil-fired power plant in Zhongshan District, Keelung, Taiwan. The power plant is the only fully oil-fired power plant in Taiwan.Show on map
Alishan ChezhanAlishan Station (Chinese: 阿里山車站; pinyin: Ālǐshān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Alishan Forest Railway Line located in Alishan Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Tongluo ChezhanTongluo Station (Chinese: 銅鑼車站; pinyin: Tóngluó Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line) located in Tongluo Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Miaoli ChezhanMiaoli Station (Chinese: 苗栗車站; pinyin: Miáolì Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Mountain Line). It is located in Miaoli City, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Feng Nin Tw-AfbTaitung Airport (Chinese: 臺東機場; pinyin: Táidōng Jīchǎng) (IATA: TTT, ICAO: RCFN) is an airport serving Taitung City, in Taitung County, Taiwan (Republic of China). The airport operates from 7am to 6pm.Show on map
Longgang ChezhanLonggang Station (Chinese: 龍港車站; pinyin: Lónggǎng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Houlong Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Wanlong ZhanThe Taipei Metro Wanlong Station is a station on the Xindian Line located in Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was a former station of now-defunct Xindian Line of the Taiwan Railway Administration.Show on map
Zhongxiao Dunhua ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhongxiao Dunhua Station is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line) located in Da-an District, Taipei, Taiwan. The station is located in the heart of Taipei's busy Eastern District.Show on map
Penghu XianzhengfuThe Penghu County Government (Chinese: 澎湖縣政府; pinyin: Pēnghú Xiàn Xhèngfǔ) is the local government of the Republic of China that governs Penghu County. The government is located at Penghu County Hall.Show on map
Houlong ChezhanHoulong Station (Chinese: 後龍車站; pinyin: Hòulóng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Houlong Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Longjing ZhanLongjing Station (Chinese: 龍井車站; pinyin: Lóngjǐng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Longjing District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Dashan ZhanDashan Station (Chinese: 大山車站; pinyin: Dàshān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Houlong Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yuanli ChezhanYuanli Station (Chinese: 苑裡車站; pinyin: Yuànli Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Yuanli Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhishan ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhishan Station is located in the Shilin District of Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line (Red Line). It is a planned transfer station on the Shezi Light Rail Line.Show on map
Liukuaicuo ChezhanLiukuaicuo Station (Chinese: 六塊厝車站; pinyin: Liùkuàicuò Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Pingtung Line located in Pingtung City, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Taimali ChezhanTaimali Station (Chinese: 太麻里車站; pinyin: Tàimálǐ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Taimali Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yongjing ChezhanYongjing Station (Chinese: 永靖車站; pinyin: Yǒngjìng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Yongjing Township, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Neishi ChezhanNeishi Station (Chinese: 內獅車站; pinyin: Nèishī Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Fangshan Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yongchun ZhanYongchun Station is a station on the Nangang Line of the Taipei Metro, located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. It opened on December 30, 2000 as part of the eastern extension to Kunyang.Show on map
Fuxinggang ZhanThe Taipei Metro Fuxinggang Station is located in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line. In the past, the station belonged to the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Chongde ChezhanChongde Station (Chinese: 崇德車站; pinyin: Chóngdé Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Jialu ChezhanJialu Station (Chinese: 加祿車站; pinyin: Jiālù Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Fangshan Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Jingmei ChezhanJingmei Station (Chinese: 景美車站; pinyin: Jǐngměi Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Jinlun ChezhanJinlun Station (Chinese: 金崙車站; pinyin: Jīnlún Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Taimali Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Longxi ChezhanLongxi Station (Chinese: 瀧溪車站; pinyin: Lóngxī Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Taimali Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Xiluo DaqiaoThe Xiluo Bridge (Chinese: 西螺大橋; pinyin: Xīluó Dàqiáo) is a bridge connecting Xiluo Township in Yunlin County and Xizhou Township in Changhua County in Taiwan crossing over Zhuoshui River.Show on map
Dajia ChezhanDajia Station (Chinese: 大甲車站; pinyin: Dàjiǎ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Dajia District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Pingdong ChezhanPingtung Station (Chinese: 屏東車站; pinyin: Píngdōng Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Pingtung Line located in Pingtung City, Pingtung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Heping ChezhanHeping Station (Chinese: 和平車站; pinyin: Hépíng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dong’ao ChezhanThe Dong-ao Station (Chinese: 東澳車站; pinyin: Dōng'ào Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located at Nan-ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Toucheng ChezhanToucheng Station (Chinese: 頭城車站; pinyin: Tóuchéng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Beibu ChezhanBeipu Station (Chinese: 北埔車站; pinyin: Běipù Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xincheng Township, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Nuannuan ZhanNuannuan Station (Chinese: 暖暖車站; pinyin: Nuǎnnuǎn Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Nuannuan District, Keelung City, Taiwan.Show on map
Dongshan ZhanDongshan Station (Chinese: 冬山車站; pinyin: Dōngshān Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Dongshan Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shilin ZhanThe Taipei Metro Shilin Station is located in the Shilin District of Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Red Line. The station was formerly a stop on the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Zhongyi ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhongyi Station is located in Beitou District, Taipei. Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line. In the past, the station belonged to the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Checheng ChezhanChecheng Station (Chinese: 車埕車站; pinyin: Chēchéng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Shueili Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Yongle ZhanThe Yongle Station (Chinese: 永樂車站; pinyin: Yǒnglè Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located at Su'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Guandu ZhanThe Taipei Metro Guandu Station is located in between Beitou District, Taipei and the sea-side district Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Tamsui Line. In the past, the station belonged to the now-defunct TRA Tamsui Line.Show on map
Huatan ZhanHuatan Station (Chinese: 花壇車站; pinyin: Huātán Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Huatan Township, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Nan’ao ChezhanThe Nan-ao Station (Chinese: 南澳車站; pinyin: Nán'ào Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located at Su'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Hanben ChezhanHanben Station (Chinese: 漢本車站; pinyin: Hànběn Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Nan'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Minquanxi Lu ZhanThe Taipei Metro Minquan W. Rd. Station is located in between the Zhongshan and Datong districts of Taipei, Taiwan. It is a transfer station for the Tamsui Line and the Xinzhuang Line.Show on map
Heren ChezhanHeren Station (Chinese: 和仁車站; pinyin: Hérén Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shetou ChezhanShetou Station (Chinese: 社頭車站; pinyin: Shètóu Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Shetou Township, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dadu ZhanDadu Station (Chinese: 大肚車站; pinyin: Dàdù Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line (Coast Line) located in Dadu District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Yuanlin ChezhanYuanlin Station (Chinese: 員林車站; pinyin: Yuánlín chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Yuanlin City, Changhua County, Taiwan.Show on map
Luodong ZhanLuodong Station (Chinese: 羅東車站; pinyin: Luódōng Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Luodong Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dawu ChezhanDawu Station (Chinese: 大武車站; pinyin: Dàwǔ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) South-Link Line located in Dawu Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Wai’ao ZhanWai-ao Station (Chinese: 外澳車站; pinyin: Wài'ào Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Longquan ChezhanLongquan Station (Chinese: 龍泉車站; pinyin: Lóngquán Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Jiji Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Neili ZhanNeili Station (Chinese: 內壢車站; pinyin: Nèilì Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Zhongli District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.Show on map
Wuta ChezhanWuta Station (Chinese: 武塔車站; pinyin: Wǔtǎ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) North-Link Line located in Nan'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shuili ChezhanShuili Station (Chinese: 水里車站; pinyin: Shuǐlǐ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Shueili Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dalin ZhanDalin Station (Chinese: 大林車站; pinyin: Dàlín Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Dalin Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Douliu ChezhanDouliu Station (Chinese: 斗六車站; pinyin: Dòuliù Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Douliu City, Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dali ChezhanDali Station (Chinese: 大里車站; pinyin: Dàlǐ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhongshan Guozhong ZhanZhongshan Junior High School Station is a station on Line 1 of the Taipei Metro, located on the border between the Zhongshan and Songshan districts in Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Linnei ChezhanLinnei Station (Chinese: 林內車站; pinyin: Línnèi Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration Western Line located in Linnei Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan.Show on map
Houli ChezhanHouli Station (Chinese: 后里車站; pinyin: Hòulǐ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Taichung Line located in Houli District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Erjie ChezhanErjie Station (Chinese: 二結車站; pinyin: Èrjié Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Yilan Line located in Wujie Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Zhongxiao Xinsheng ZhanThe Taipei Metro Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station is a transfer station for the Nangang Line and the Xinzhuang Line located in the Zhongzheng and Da'an districts in Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Taida Yiyuan ZhanThe Taipei Metro National Taiwan University Hospital Station (signed NTU Hospital) is a station on the Tamsui Line (Red Line) located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Jiji ChezhanJiji Station (Chinese: 集集車站; pinyin: Jíjí Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Jiji Line located in Jiji Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Lyudao (Green Island) AirportLyudao Airport (Chinese: 綠島機場; pinyin: Lǜdǎo Jīchǎng) (IATA: GNI, ICAO: RCGI) is an airport serving Lyudao (Green Island), in Taitung County, Taiwan, Republic of China.Show on map
Pingdong Xian ZhengfuThe Pingtung County Government (Chinese: 屏東縣政府; pinyin: Píngdōng Xiàn Zhèngfǔ) is the local government of the Republic of China that governs Pingtung County.Show on map
Jiayi Xian ZhengfuThe Chiayi County Government (CYHG; Chinese: 嘉義縣政府; pinyin: Jiāyì Xiàn Zhèngfǔ) is the local government of the Republic of China that governs Chiayi County.Show on map
Shuanglian ZhanThe Taipei Metro Shuanglian Station is located between the Zhongshan and Datong districts in Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station of the Tamsui Line (Red Line).Show on map
Liuzhangli ZhanLiuzhangli Station is a station on the Line 1 of the Taipei Rapid Transit System, located on the border of Daan and Xinyi districts, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Xinzhu Xian ZhengfuThe Hsinchu County Government (Chinese: 新竹縣政府; pinyin: Xīnzhú Xiàn Zhèngfǔ) is the local government of the Republic of China that governs Hsinchu County.Show on map
Baishajia DengtaThe Baishajia Lighthouse or Paisha Chia Lighthouse (Chinese: 白沙岬燈塔; pinyin: Báishājiǎ Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Guanyin District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.Show on map
Yunlin Xian ZhengfuThe Yunlin County Government (Chinese: 雲林縣政府; pinyin: Yúnlín Xiàn Zhèngfǔ) is the local government of the Republic of China that governs Yunlin County.Show on map
Wang-an AirportWang-an Airport (Chinese: 望安機場; pinyin: Wàng'ān Jīchǎng) (IATA: WOT, ICAO: RCWA) is an airport in Wang-an, Penghu Islands, Republic of China (Taiwan).Show on map
Taidian Dalou ZhanThe Taipei Metro Taipower Building Station is a station on the Xindian Line located on the border of Zhongzheng and Daan districts in Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Jingyi DaxueProvidence University (PU; Chinese: 靜宜大學; pinyin: Jìngyí Dàxué) is a Catholic co-educational institution in Shalu District, Taichung City, Taiwan.Show on map
Wanhua ZhanWanhua Station (Chinese: 萬華車站; pinyin: Wànhuá Chēzhàn) is a Taiwan Railway Administration station located in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Pengjia Yu DengtaThe Pengjia Lighthouse (Chinese: 彭佳嶼燈塔; pinyin: Péngjiā Yǔ Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Pengjia Islet, Zhongzheng District, Keelung, Taiwan.Show on map
Mudou Yu DengtaThe Mudouyu Lighthouse (Chinese: 目斗嶼燈塔; pinyin: Mùdòuyǔ Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Mudouyu Island, Baisha Township, Penghu County, Taiwan.Show on map
Linguang ZhanLinguang Station is a station on the Line 1 of the Taipei Metro, located on the border of Daan and Xinyi districts, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Jiayi Shi ZhengfuChiayi City Government (Chinese: 嘉義市政府; pinyin: Jiāyì Shì Zhèngfǔ) is the government that governs Chiayi City of the Republic of China.Show on map
Qingjing NongchangThe Cingjing Farm (Chinese: 清境農場; pinyin: Qīngjìng Nóngchǎng) is a tourist attraction farm in Ren-ai Township, Nantou County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dahan Jishu XueyuanDahan Institute of Technology (DAHAN; Chinese: 大漢技術學院) is a private university located in Xincheng District, Hualien County, Taiwan.Show on map
Shandaosi ZhanThe Taipei Metro Shandao Temple Station is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line) located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Magong AirportMagong Airport (Chinese: 馬公機場; pinyin: Mǎgōng Jīchǎng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Má-keng Ki-tiû) (IATA: MZG, ICAO: RCQC) is an airport in Magong City, Penghu County, Taiwan.Show on map
Wuling NongchangThe Wuling Farm (Chinese: 武陵農場; pinyin: Wǔlíng Nóngchǎng) is a tourist attraction farm in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan.Show on map
Da’an ZhanThe Taipei Metro Daan Station is a station on Line 1 and Line 2 located in Da'an District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Keji Dalou ZhanTechnology Building Station is a station on Line 1 of the Taipei Metro, located in Daan District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Wanfang Yiyuan ZhanWanfang Hospital Station is a station on Line 1 of the Taipei Metro, located in Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Kunyang ZhanThe Taipei Metro Kunyang Station is a station on the Nangang Line (Blue Line) located in Nangang District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Xihu DujiacunThe West Lake Resortopia (Chinese: 西湖渡假村; pinyin: Xīhú Dùjiàcūn) is a theme park in Sanyi Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Lanyu DengtaThe Lanyu Lighthouse (Chinese: 蘭嶼燈塔; pinyin: Lányǔ Dēngtǎ) is a lighthouse in Orchid Island, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Xinhai ZhanThe Taipei Metro Xinhai Station is a station on the Line 1 located in Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.Show on map
Kunshan Keji DaxueKun Shan University (KSU; Chinese: 崑山科技大學) is a private university in Yongkang District, Tainan, Taiwan.Show on map
Guoli Zhengzhi DaxueNational Chengchi University (Chinese: 國立政治大學; shortened as \"政大\") is a national co-educational research university established in Nanjing, Jiangsu, now located in Taipei, Taiwan. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious and important universities of Taiwan. The university, abbreviated as NCCU, specializes in arts and humanities, mass media, social sciences, management, politics, and international affairs programs. It is the only public university in Taiwan which provides courses in journalism, advertising, radio and television, diplomacy, and several languages which are not taught at other institutions. The name Chengchi (政治) means governance or politics, and refers to its founding in 1927 as an incubator for senior civil service for the Nanjing Nationalist government of China.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Taiwan
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Nanhua ShuikuNanhua Dam (Chinese: 南化水庫; pinyin: Nánhuà Shuǐkù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lâm-hoà Chúi-khò͘), originally named Houjie Dam (後堀水庫), is a dam across the Houku River, a tributary of the Tsengwen River in southern Taiwan. Located at Nanhua District, Tainan, the dam was built to provide municipal water to Tainan and Kaohsiung City and is operated by the Taiwan Water Corporation. Construction work started in December 1988, and impoundment of the reservoir began in July 1993. A conduit to supply water from the reservoir to Kaohsiung was completed in October 1993 and the entire project was operational in March 1994.Show on map
Zengwen ShuikuZengwen Dam, also spelled Tsengwen Dam, (Chinese: 曾文水壩; Hanyu Pinyin: Zéngwén Shuǐbà; Tongyong Pinyin: Zéngwún Shuěibà; Wade–Giles: Tseng2-wen2 Shui3-b'a4) is a major earthen dam in Dapu Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan on the Zengwun River. It is the third tallest dam in Taiwan, and forms Zengwen Reservoir (曾文水庫), the biggest reservoir in Taiwan by volume. The dam stores water for irrigation of the Chianan Plain, Taiwan's most productive agricultural region, and provides flood control along the Zengwen River which flows through Tainan City. The dam supports a 50 megawatt hydroelectric power station.Show on map
Wushantou ShuikuWushantou Dam (Chinese: 烏山頭水庫; pinyin: Wūshāntóu Shuǐkù), also known as Coral Lake (珊瑚潭; Shānhútán) based on its shape, is an embankment dam in Guantian District, Tainan, Taiwan. The dam was designed by Yoichi Hatta and built between 1920 and 1930 during Japanese rule to provide irrigation water for the Chianan Plain as part of the Chianan Irrigation system. Because the natural flow of the Guantian River and other local streams was insufficient for irrigation of a planned 100,000 ha (250,000 acres), a tunnel was constructed to divert water from the Zengwun River to fill the reservoir. In 1974, the Zengwun Dam was completed on the Zengwun River shortly above the diversion tunnel, stabilizing and reducing the sediment load of water flowing into Wushantou Reservoir.Show on map
Wushe ShuikuWushoh Dam (Chinese: 霧社水庫; pinyin: Wùshè Shuǐkù, also spelled Wushe Dam) is a gravity dam on the Wushoh Creek (霧社溪), a tributary of the Zhuoshui River, located near Ren-ai Township in Nantou County, Taiwan. The dam was completed in 1960 after seven years of construction, and serves mainly to generate hydroelectric power.Show on map
Zhuoshui XiThe Zhuoshui River, also spelled Choshui River, (Chinese: 濁水溪; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhuóshuǐ Xī; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhuóshuěi Si; Wade–Giles: Cho2-shui3 Hsi1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lô-chúi-khoe) is the longest river in Taiwan. It flows from its source in Nantou County up to the western border of the county, subsequently forming the border between Yunlin County and Changhua County, with a total length of 186 km. The river serves as an unofficial boundary between the north and south of Taiwan. It is dammed in its upper reaches by the Wushoh and Wujie Dams and further downstream by the Chichi Weir.Show on map
Guguan ShuikuKukuan Dam (Chinese: 谷關水庫; pinyin: Gǔguān Shuǐkù) is a concrete thin arch dam on the Dajia River in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. The dam serves for hydroelectric power generation and flood control, and is the third in a cascade of hydroelectric dams on the Dajia River, being located below the Techi and Qingshan dams and upstream from the Tienlun Dam. The dam supplies water to a power station consisting of four 45 megawatt (MW) turbines for a total capacity of 180 MW, generating 507 million kilowatt hours per year.Show on map
Jilong HeKeelung River (Chinese: 基隆河; pinyin: Jīlóng Hé; Wade–Giles: Chi1-lung2 Ho2) is a river in northern Taiwan. The Keelung River originates in the mountains west-northwest of the town of Jingtong in Pingxi District, New Taipei City, flows down to a rift valley and then flows ENE to Sandiaoling. Then it flows northward to a point between Chiufen and Keelung City, and then heads back in a general WSW direction to Taipei, where it joins the Tamsui River and flows out to sea. The land around the Keelung river was rich in gold and coal, and many areas were mined.Show on map
Shimen ShuikuShihmen Dam (Chinese: 石門水壩; literally: \"Stone Gate Dam\"; also spelled Shimen or Shihman) is a major rock fill dam across the Dahan River in northern Taoyuan City. It forms the Shihmen Reservoir (石門水庫), Taiwan's third largest reservoir or artificial lake. It provides irrigation in Taoyuan, flood control for the Taipei Basin, and hydroelectricity and domestic water supply for more than three million people in northern Taiwan.Show on map
Riyue TanSun Moon Lake (Chinese: 日月潭; pinyin: Rìyuè tán; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ji̍t-goa̍t-thâm; Thao: Zintun) is the largest body of water in Taiwan as well as a tourist attraction. Located in Yuchi Township, Nantou County, the area around the Sun Moon Lake is home to the Thao tribe, one of aboriginal tribes of Taiwan. Sun Moon Lake surrounds a tiny island called Lalu. The east side of the lake resembles a sun while the west side resembles a moon, hence the name.Show on map
Deji ShuikuTechi Dam (Chinese: 德基水庫; pinyin: Déjī Shuǐkù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tek-ki Chúi-khò͘) is a concrete thin arch dam on the Dajia River in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. Forming the 454 ha (1,120-acre) Techi Reservoir, the dam is built in the Tachien Gorge in Heping District, providing hydroelectric power, irrigation water and some flood control, and is operated by the Taiwan Power Company. At 180 m (590 ft), it is the highest dam in Taiwan and one of the tallest dams in the world. The dam was completed in 1974, after five years of construction.Show on map
Hualian GangThe Port of Hualien (Chinese: 花蓮港; pinyin: Huālián Gǎng) is an international port on the Pacific Ocean in Hualien County, Taiwan. It is located in Hualien City. Its artificial harbor protected by breakwaters was built in 1930–1939. There are 25 wharves in Hualien Port. The annual container volume is about 13 million tons. The port mainly transports local gravel, cement, and marble, and is host to cruise ships and whale watching boats.Show on map
Jilong GangThe Port of Keelung (Chinese: 基隆港; Hanyu Pinyin: Jīlóng gǎng; Tongyong Pinyin: Jilóng Gǎng; Wade–Giles: Chi-lung-kang; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ke-lâng-káng), also known as Keelung Harbor, is located in the vicinity of Keelung City, Taiwan. It is operated by Taiwan International Ports Corporation, Taiwan's only state-owned port management company.Show on map
Taizhong GangThe Port of Taichung (Chinese: 臺中港), also Taichung Port, is a port located in Wuqi District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is the second-largest port in Taiwan after Kaohsiung Port and operated by Taiwan International Ports Corporation, the Taiwan's only state-owned harbor management company.Show on map
Erren XiThe Erren River (Chinese: 二仁溪; pinyin: Èrrén Xī; Wade–Giles: Er4-jen2 Hsi1) is a river in Taiwan. It flows through Tainan City and Kaohsiung City for 61 km. The river originates from the Neimen District in Kaohsiung City and flows through seven districts before it enters Taiwan Strait. The river has suffered from pollution, although the situation has improved.Show on map
Baoshan ShuikuThe Baoshan Dam (Chinese: 寶山水庫; pinyin: Bǎoshān Shuǐkù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pó-san Chúi-khò͘) is a dam located in Baoshan Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. The dam supplies water to Hsinchu City and cooling water to factories in Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park.Show on map
Beinan DaxiThe Beinan River (Chinese: 卑南溪; pinyin: Bēinán Xī; Wade–Giles: Pei1-nan2 Hsi1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pi-lâm-khe) is a river in Taiwan. It flows through Taitung County for 84 kilometers.Show on map
Xinzhu YugangThe Hsinchu Fish Harbor (Chinese: 新竹漁港; pinyin: Xīnzhú Yúgǎng) or Nanliao Harbor (Chinese: 南寮漁港; pinyin: Nánliáo Yúgǎng) is a harbor in North District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan.Show on map
Beigang XiThe Beigang River (Chinese: 北港溪; pinyin: Běigǎng Xī; Wade–Giles: Pei3-kang3 Hsi1) is a river in Taiwan. It flows through Yunlin and Chiayi counties for 82 km. Beigang River is moderately polluted.Show on map
Lantan ShuikuThe Lantan Lake (Chinese: 蘭潭水庫; pinyin: Lántán Shuǐkù) or Orchid Lake is a lake and reservoir in East District, Chiayi City, Taiwan.Show on map
Renyitan ShuikuThe Renyitan Dam (Chinese: 仁義潭水庫; pinyin: Rényìtán Shuǐkù) is a dam in Fanlu Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.Show on map
Liyutan ShuikuThe Liyutan Dam (Chinese: 鯉魚潭水庫; pinyin: Lǐyútán Shuǐkù) is a dam in Sanyi Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.Show on map
Cuifeng HuThe Cueifong Lake (Chinese: 翠峰湖; pinyin: Cuìfēng Hú) is a lake in Nan'ao Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Meihua HuThe Meihua Lake (Chinese: 梅花湖; pinyin: Méihuā Hú) is a lake in Dongshan Township, Yilan County, Taiwan.Show on map
Dapo ChiThe Dapo Pond (Chinese: 大坡池; pinyin: Dàpō Chí) is a lake in Chishang Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Taiwan
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Yu ShanYushan (Chinese: 玉山; pinyin: Yù Shān; literally: \"Jade Mountain\"), also Mount Yu is the highest mountain in Taiwan and the fourth highest mountain on an island. The name of Mount Morrison is thought to have been named in honor of the 19th century missionary Robert Morrison. Today, the mountain is referred to as Yushan or Jade Mountain. The ocean waters off Taiwan's east coast are deep; in fact, submarine slopes plunge down to the Pacific Ocean at a grade of 1:10 and the ocean reaches a depth of more than 4,000 metres (13,100 ft) about 50 kilometres (30 mi) from the coast.Show on map
Qixing ShanQixing Mountain, also spelled Qixingshan or Chihsing Mountain, (Chinese: 七星山; Hanyu Pinyin: Qīxīng Shān; Tongyong Pinyin: Cising Shan; Wade–Giles: Chi1-Hsing1 Shan1; literally: \"Seven Star Mountain\") is located on the Datun Volcano Group and is the highest mountain in Taipei, at the rim of Taipei Basin. It is also the highest (dormant) volcano in Taiwan. It is located in the center of Yangmingshan National Park and its main peak is 1,120 metres (3,675 ft) above sea level.Show on map
Lan YuOrchid Island (Yami: Ponso no Tao; Chinese: 蘭嶼; pinyin: Lán Yǔ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lân-sū) is a 45 km² high island off the southeastern coast of Taiwan Island and separated from the Batanes of the Philippines by the Bashi Channel of the Luzon Strait. It is governed as Lanyu Township of Taitung County, Taiwan.Show on map
Guishan DaoGuishan Island or Steep Island or Turtle Island (Chinese: 龜山島; Hanyu Pinyin: Guīshāndǎo; Tongyong Pinyin: Gueishandǎo; Wade–Giles: Kuei1-shan1-tao3; literally: \"Turtle Mountain Island\"), also known as Kueishan Island, is an island in the Pacific Ocean currently administered under Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan and located 9.1 km (5.7 mi) east of port of Gengfang Fishery Harbor. The island is the top of an andesite stratovolcano which rises from the seafloor. It is the only active volcano in Taiwan, displaying active fumaroles and solfataras. It has an area of 2.841 square kilometres (1.097 sq mi), and the highest point reaches 401 m (1,316 ft) above sea level.Show on map
Hai’an ShanmoThe Coastal Mountain Range, also known as the Hai'an Range (Chinese: 海岸山脈; pinyin: Hǎi'àn Shānmài), is a mountain range situated on the eastern coast of the island of Taiwan, and spans the border between Hualien and Taitung Counties. Coastal Mountain Range is part of the Philippine Mobile Belt which was formed over 400 million years ago by the collision and compression of Philippine Mobile Belt and Eurasian Plate. The geological structure is composed of soft sediments which have weaker anti-erosion property and are vulnerable to wind.Show on map
Xinglong ShanXueshan or Hsuehshan (Chinese: 雪山; pinyin: Xuě Shān; literally: \"Snow Mountain\") a mountain in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is the second highest mountain in Taiwan and in East Asia, at 3,886 m (12,749 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Shei-Pa National Park and it is visible in good weather from hills near Taiwan's capital Taipei.Show on map
Tailuge Guojia GongyuanTaroko National Park (Chinese: 太魯閣國家公園; pinyin: Tàilǔgé gúojiā gōngyuán; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Taroko kok-ka kong-hn̂g) is one of the nine national parks in Taiwan and was named after the Taroko Gorge, the landmark gorge of the park carved by the Liwu River. The park spans Taichung Municipality, Nantou County, and Hualien County. Sights include:Show on map
Kending GongyuanThe Kenting National Park (Chinese: 墾丁國家公園; pinyin: Kěndīng Gúojiā Gōngyuán), commonly known as Kenting (Chinese: 墾丁; pinyin: Kěndīng), is a national park located in the Hengchun Peninsula of Pingtung County, Taiwan, covering Hengchun, Checheng, and Manzhou Townships. Established on January 1, 1984, it is Taiwan's oldest and southernmost national park, covering the southernmost area of the Taiwan island along Bashi Channel. Administered by the Executive Yuan's Ministry of the Interior, this national park is well known for its tropical climate and sunshine, scenic mountain and beach, the Spring Scream rock-band festival held in every March, and has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Taiwan.Show on map
Xueba Guojia GongyuanShei-Pa National Park (Chinese: 雪霸國家公園; pinyin: Xuěbà Guójiā Gōngyuán) is a national park located in the central part of Taiwan around the peaks of Hsuehshan and Dabajian Mountain, with an area of 768.5 km2 (296.7 sq mi), covering the area of Hsinchu County, Miaoli County and Taichung City. High mountain ecology, geology, topography, rivers, creek valleys, rare animals and plants, and plentiful variety of forest types are some important resources for conservation.Show on map
Ali Shan ShanmoThe Alishan Range (Chinese: 阿里山山脈; pinyin: Ālǐ Shān Shānmài) is a mountain range in the central-southern region of Taiwan. It is separated by the Qishan River from the Yushan Range, the tallest range in Taiwan on the east of the Alishan Range. The highest peak of the Alishan Range is Datashan (大塔山), which has a height of 2,663 m (8,737 ft). There is a famous Taiwanese song called \"A Li Shan De Gu Niang\" which is about a girl in the Alishan mountains. The name Ali Shan seems to be taken from the word \"Alit\", which in several Taiwanese indigenous languages means \"ancestor mountain\".Show on map
Hehuan ShanHehuanshan (Chinese: 合歡山; pinyin: Héhuān Shān; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ha̍p-hoan-soaⁿ; also called Joy Mountain) is a 3,416-metre-high (11,207 ft) mountain in Central Taiwan. The peak lies on the boundaries of Nantou and Hualien counties and is within the Taroko Gorge National Park. Hehuanshan is a popular destination for the local people of central Taiwan. The 3,421-metre East Peak and 3,422-metre North Peak of Hehuanshan are actually both higher than the main peak.Show on map
Dadu ShanThe Dadu Plateau (Chinese: 大肚台地), also known as Dadu Mountain or Dadushan (Chinese: 大肚山; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tōa-tō͘-soaⁿ), stretches across the Taichung City of the central-western Taiwan. It faces the Taichung Basin on the east and the seacoast of Taichung on the west, and lies between the Dajia River and Dadu River. The plateau is long and narrow, has a length of about 20 km, and a width of about 5 to 7 km. It average height is about 151 m, with a highest peak which has a height of 310 m.Show on map
Pengjia YuPengjia Islet (Chinese: 彭佳嶼; pinyin: Péngjiā Yǔ), also known as Agincourt, Dashihshan Islet, Chaolai Islet or Pengchia Islet, is an islet north of Taiwan, and is administered under Zhongzheng District, Keelung City. It is under Taiwanese military control and cannot be visited by ordinary citizens. As of 2002, there were about 40 itinerant residents living on the island, who are mostly employees of the weather observatory and coast guard divisions.Show on map
Jilong YuKeelung Islet (traditional Chinese: 基隆嶼; simplified Chinese: 基隆屿; pinyin: Jīlóngyǔ; Wade–Giles: Chi-lung Yü) is a small island located 3.35 km (2.08 mi) northeast of the northern shore of Keelung, Taiwan and 4.9 km (3.0 mi) away from the Port of Keelung. It has an area of 23.91 ha (59.08 acres). It is 910 m (2,986 ft) in length, and 410 m (1,345 ft) in width including the artificial harbor, the highest point is 182 m (597 ft) above sea level.Show on map
Xiuguluan ShanXiuguluan Mountain or Xiuguluanshan (Chinese: 秀姑巒山; Hanyu Pinyin: Xiùgūluán Shān; Tongyong Pinyin: Siòuguluán Shan; Wade–Giles: Hsiu4-ku1-luan2 shan1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Siù-ko͘-loân-soaⁿ) is a mountain in Taiwan in Yushan National Park with an elevation of 3,825 m. It is located in Hualien County by the Xiuguluan River which has many tributaries such as Fuyuan River, Fengping River, and Lekuleku River, all nearby the river basin.Show on map
Liuqiu YuXiaoliuqiu, Little Liuqiu, or Lamay Island (Chinese: 小琉球; pinyin: Xiǎo Liúqiú) is an island belonging to Taiwan administered as Liuqiu Township (琉球鄉; Liúqiú Xiāng) of Pingtung County. It has an area of 6.8 km² and lies 15 km (8 nautical miles) west of Donggang; it is Taiwan's only large coral island. The eight villages on the island are populated by approximately 13,000 residents with 10 shared surnames.Show on map
Daba JianshanDabajian Mountain (Chinese: 大霸尖山; pinyin: Dàbàjiān Shān; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tāi-pà-chiam san, Atayal:Babo Papak, Saisiyat:Kapatalayan ) is located in the northern section of the Shei-Pa National Park in Hsinchu County, Taiwan. It is surrounded by numerous other peaks, the most predominant including Mount Nanhuda, Mount Yize, Central Range Point, Mt. Pintian, and Mt. Mutule. It is also near the Madala River.Show on map
Shuangxi GongyuanThe Shuangxi Park and Chinese Garden (Chinese: 雙溪公園; pinyin: shuāngxī gōngyuán) is located in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan on Zhishan Road. The total area of the park is 2 hectares. Built in 1974 the southern Chinese courtyard style architecture. It features pavilions, courtyards, arch bridges, zig-zag bridges, and corridors. The landscape layout and construction was completed by Hu Guoli (胡國禮)Show on map
Central Range PointCentral Range Point (Chinese: 中央尖山) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,703 m (12,149 ft). It looks like a triangular pyramid from the north and south sides, being the south side very steep and difficult to climb. The normal climbing route comes from Nanhu Mountain. Its west side path, the normal route continuing south, is also known as the \"Death Crest\" due to its danger.Show on map
Luodong Yundong GongyuanLuodong Sports Park (Chinese: 羅東運動公園; pinyin: Luódōng Yùndòng Gōngyuán) is a large park in Luodong, Yilan County, Taiwan. The park covers 47 hectares of land and it includes a range of facilities for sport including basketball and a swimming pool.The park is divided into four sections that include; forest area, sport area, waterscapes, and other landscapes.Show on map
Nanhu DashanNanhu Mountain (Chinese: 南湖大山) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,742 m (12,277 ft). It is one of the highest mountains in Taiwan. Nanhu Salamander (Hynobius glacialis) is a rare salamander that was first described from this mountain.Show on map
CaolingCaoling (Chinese: 草嶺; pinyin: Cǎolǐng) is a travel spot located in Gukeng Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is 450 metres (1,476 ft) to 1,750 metres (5,741 ft) above sea level. The area measures approximately one thousand hectares.Show on map
Pingfeng ShanThe Pingfeng Mountain (Chinese: 屏風山; pinyin: Píngfēng Shān) is a mountain in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan. It is the 98th tallest peak in Taiwan with its main peak reaches a height of 3,250 m.Show on map
Jianhushan ShijieJanfusun Fancyworld (Chinese: 劍湖山世界; pinyin: Jiànhúshān Shìjiè) is an amusement park in Gukeng Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan. The park features Sky Wheel, which is Taiwan's tallest Ferris wheel.Show on map
Yuanbei YuYuanbei Island or Yuanbei Islet (Chinese: 員貝嶼; pinyin: Yuánbèi Yǔ), also transliterated as Inkai Island, is an island in the Penghu Islands archipelago. It is in the Taiwan Strait of the South China Sea, off the west coast of Taiwan.Show on map
Nenggao ShanNenggao Mountain (Chinese: 能高山) is a mountain in Taiwan. Its southern peak has an elevation of 3,349 metres (10,988 ft). The main peak has an elevation of 3,261 metres (10,699 ft).Show on map
Xinkang ShanXinkang Mountain (Chinese: 新康山; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīnkāng Shān; Tongyong Pinyin: Sinkang Shan) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,331 m (10,928 ft).Show on map
Pintian ShanPintian Mountain (Chinese: 品田山; pinyin: Pǐntián Shān; Wade–Giles: P'in3-t'ien2 Shan1) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,524 m (11,562 ft).Show on map
Wuming ShanWuming Mountain (Chinese: 無明山; pinyin: Wúmíng Shān) is a mountain in Xiulin Township, Hualien County, Taiwan with an elevation of 3,451 m (11,322 ft).Show on map
Dajian MountainDajian Mountain (Chinese: 大劍山; pinyin: Dàjiàn Shān) is a mountain in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan with an elevation of 3,594 m (11,791 ft).Show on map
Jibei YuJibei Island (Chinese: 吉貝嶼; pinyin: Jíbèi Yǔ) is an island in Baisha Township of the Penghu Islands archipelago. It is in the Taiwan Strait of the South China Sea, off the west coast of Taiwan.Show on map
Mabolasi ShanThe Mabolasi Mountain (Chinese: 馬博拉斯山; pinyin: Mǎbólāsī Shān) is a mountain in Taiwan. The peak is located in Xinyi Township, Nantou County, near the border of Hualien County. It is also known as the Wulameng Mountain (Chinese: 烏拉孟山; pinyin: Wūlāmèng Shān).Show on map
Zhuoshe DashanZhuoshe Mountain (or Cho-she, or 桌社 in Chinese) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,369 m (11,053 ft).Show on map
Dongjunda ShanDongjun Mountain (Chinese: 東郡大山) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,619 m (11,873 ft).Show on map
Lyudao IslandGreen Island is a small volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean about 33 km (21 mi) off the eastern coast of Taiwan. It is 15.092 km2 (5.83 sq mi) at high tide and 17.329 km2 (6.69 sq mi) at low tide, making it the Republic of China's fourth-largest island. The island is administered as Lüdao Township, a rural township of Taitung County and one of the county's two offshore areas (the other being Orchid Island). It is primarily noted for its prisons and penal colonies.Show on map