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Sanchong District

Sanchong
三重區
District
Sanchong District
Sanchong District in New Taipei City
Sanchong District in New Taipei City
Coordinates:
Country  Republic of China (Taiwan)
Special municipality New Taipei
Established 1947
Area
 • Total 16.3170 km2 (6.3000 sq mi)
Population (December 2014)
 • Total 389,325
 • Density 24,000/km2 (62,000/sq mi)
Time zone CST (UTC+8)
Postal code 241
Area code(s) 02
Website www.sanchong.ntpc.gov.tw

Sanchong District (Chinese: 三重區; pinyin: Sānchóng Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Sam-tiông-khu; or, Taiwanese colloquial: 三重埔 Saⁿ-tēng-po·) is an inner city district in the western part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. With an area of 16.32 km² and a population of 384,618 people (2003), it has the fourth highest population density in Taiwan and 23rd in the world,[1] with over 23,900 people per km².

Contents

  • History 1
  • Education 2
  • Tourist attractions 3
  • Shopping and eating 4
  • Transportation 5
  • Medical Facilities 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

History

Until the December 25, 2010 creation of New Taipei, Sanchong was itself a county-controlled city (Sānchóng Shì; Sam-tiông-chhī; postal: Sanchung) in the former Taipei County.

Education

Tourist attractions

River scene of Sanchong, from Taipei Bridge.

Shopping and eating

  • Sanhe Nightmarket
  • Carrefour Chongxin Shopping Mall
  • B&Q Home Improvements, Hardware
  • IKEA Home Furnishings Etc.

Transportation

The district is served by the Taipei Metro Luzhou Line at Sanchong Elementary School and Sanhe Junior High School. The future Xinzhuang Line and Taoyuan Airport MRT will add an additional 5 stations to the district.

By road, the district is accessible by National Highway No. 1, the New Taipei City Bridge, Provincial Highway No. 1, and Provincial Highway No. 64.

Medical Facilities

Name Address Services
Taipei County Hospital No.2, Zhongshan Rd., Sanchong City, Taipei County 24141 Yingshi Rd., Banqiao City, Taipei County 22006 Family Medicine; Internal Medicine; Surgery; Pediatrics; Obstetrics and Gynecology; Orthopedics; Neurology; Urology; E.N.T.; Ophthalmology; Dermatology; Psychiatry; Rehabilitation; Anesthesiology; X-ray (diagnosis); Pathology (anatomy); Emergency Medical Treatment; Dental; Chinese Medicine
Hong-Ren Hospital 1 -4F ., No.186-196, Sec. 2, Sanhe Rd., Sanchong City, Taipei County 24149 Internal Medicine; Orthopedics; Rehabilitation; Dental
Sanchong Jhong-Sing Hospital No.21-, Zhongxing N. St., Sanchong City, Taipei County 24158 Internal Medicine; Surgery
Tian-De-Tang Chinese Medical Hospital No.3, Datong S. Rd., Sanchong City, Taipei County 24143 Internal Medicine; Surgery; Ophthalmology; Pediatrics; Gynecology; Traumatology; Acupuncture
You-Min Hospital No.2, Sec. 2, Chongsin Rd., Sanchong City, Taipei County 24147 Family Medicine; Internal Medicine; Surgery; Pediatrics; Obstetrics and Gynecology; Orthopedics

See also

References

  • Taiwan Govt Medical Facility listings

External links

  • Government website (Chinese)

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