Gongguan, Miaoli

Gongguan Township in Miaoli County
Gongguan Township

Gongguan Township (Chinese: 公館鄉; pinyin: Gōngguǎn Xiāng) is a rural township near the center of Miaoli County, Taiwan. Its climate is sub-tropical, mild and very rainy. The yearly average humidity is 80%.


  • Area: 71.4523 km2.
  • Household: 9,479 households
  • Population: 34,808 people (January 2014)


Oil and gas has been discovered and explored in the area since more than a century ago.[1]


  • United Bus Gongguan Station
  • Hsinchu Bus Gongguan Station
  • Sun Yat-sen Freeway Miaoli Interchange
  • Ta1 6 Line
  • County Road 128:Tongsiao - Sihu Hsiang Shuijiapu - Tongluo Hsiang - Gongguan Hsiang
  • Miao 26-2:Miaoli City Sindong Street—Sindong Bridge-Gongguan Hsiang Beihe—Siyi Tunnel—Shihtan Hsiang
  • Tai 72:EXPRESSWAY Houlong - Wenshui
  • County Road 119甲:Kesu Bridge—Gongguan Along Mountain Way

Tourist attractions

See also


  1. ^ http://ns2.taipeitimes.com/News/biz/archives/2010/07/30/2003479186
  2. ^ http://miaolitravel.net/mainweb/article.aspx?Lang=2&Sno=03004403

External links

  • Gongguan Township Office (Chinese)
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