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Longjing District

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Longjing District

Longjing District in Taichung City
Longjing District
Longjing District office
Taichung Power Plant

Longjing District (Chinese: 龍井區; pinyin: Lóngjǐng Qū) is a coastal suburban district in western Taichung, Taiwan.

Contents

  • Name Origin 1
  • Infrastructure 2
  • Transportation 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Name Origin

The term Longjing (龍井) means "Dragon Well". Originally the district is called "Chie Tou Village". The well is located inside Longjing.

Infrastructure

Longjing houses Taichung Power Plant, the world's largest coal-fired power plant.

Transportation

The district can be reached by TRA Longjing Station. It can also be accessed by the National Highway 3, at the Longjing junction.

See also

External links

  • Longjing District Government Office (Chinese)
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