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Guanyin District

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Guanyin District () is a rural, coastal district in western Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Guanyin is the name of a Buddhist goddess. Guanyin was originally named as Shiguanyin during the Qing Dynasty rule. It was renamed to Guanyin in 1920 during the Japanese rule. After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, Guanyin was reestablished as a township of Taoyuan County. On 25 December 2014, it was upgraded to a district named Guanyin District of Taoyuan City. Area: 87.98 km2 Population: 73,299 people (February 2023) Guanyin is part of the alluvial fan in Taoyuan City. The coastline is about 15 km at the northern side. Guanyin, Baiyu, Guangxing, Datan, Baosheng, Wuwei, Sanhe, Xinxing, Kengwei, Jinhu, Lanpu, Datong, Daku, Lunping, Fuyuan, Shangda, Xinpo, Guangfu, Tajiao, Baozhang, Caota, Caoxin, Shulin and Fulin Village. Tatan Power Plant Baishajia Lighthouse 1213 Baosheng Inn Datian Lotus Farm Golden Lake Shore Kangzhuang Lotus Garden Lin's Old Style House Longman Bottle Gourd Lotus Garden Monet's Garden Qinglin Farm Sanqi Bee Park Sun and Green Farm Wu Cuo Yang Jia Zhuang Xianghao Leisure Farm Yifeng Leisure Farm Yuanyin Farm Guanyin District is served by Taoyuan Bus.
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