Guishan District

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Guishan District in Taoyuan City
Guishan District

Guishan District (Chinese: 龜山區; pinyin: Guīshān Qū) is a rural district in northeastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Guishan District is the smallest district in Taoyuan City.[dubious ]


Guishan was formerly known as Guilunshe. The name originated from a hill by the Mercy Buddha Temple of Shou Shan Rock, built in 7th year of the Qianlong Period of the Qing Dynasty.[1] The Plains Aborigines and Ketagalan tribes were located here. In 1950, it was renamed to Guishan. On 25 December 2014, it was upgraded into a district called Guishan District.[2]


Administrative divisions[edit]

Jingzhong Village, Liuguang Village, Zhongxing Village, Xinxing Village, Xinlu Village, Guishan Village, Datong Village, Shanding Village, Shande Village, Shanfu Village, Xingfu Village, Longshou Village, Longhua Village, Huilong Village, Lingding Village, Xinling Village, Tukeng Village, Fuyuan Village, Jiulu Village, Dakeng Village, Fengshu Village, Leshan Village, Zhanggeng Village, Gongxi Village, Dagang Village, Dahu Village, Dahua Village, Wenhua Village, Nanshang Village, Nanmei Village.[3]

Government and infrastructure[edit]

The Ministry of Justice operates Taipei Prison in Guishan.[4]



Tourist attractions[edit]


Guishan is served by National Highway No. 1 and Nanxiang Station of the Taiwan Railways Administration.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ History — Taoyuan Gueishan Township Office, Taoyuan County, Taiwan.
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  4. ^ "Chen Shui-bian now prisoner No. 1020." Taipei Times. Saturday December 4, 2010. Retrieved on February 1, 2011. "Supporters of former president Chen Shui-bian outside the Taipei Prison in Taoyuan County’s Gueishan Township[...]"

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Coordinates: 24°59′42.02″N 121°20′17.14″E / 24.9950056°N 121.3380944°E / 24.9950056; 121.3380944