|Country||Republic of China|
|• Mayor||Chiu Ping-kun (邱炳坤)|
|• Total||37.8872 km2 (14.6283 sq mi)|
|Population (January 2014)|
Miaoli City (Chinese: 苗栗市; pinyin: Miáolì Shì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Biâu-le̍k-chhī) is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Miaoli County, Taiwan. Its name Miaoli was coined using two Hakka words, cat (貓) and city (裡), which phonetically approximate Pali (Bari) from the Taokas language. Miaoli has a relatively high percentage of Hakka people. It had the second highest residential price and the highest commercial price for land in Miaoli County as of 2004, at NT$28,601 per square meter and NT$63,317 per square meter, respectively.
As of 2014, the population of Miaoli City is 91,138.
Miaoli city consists of 28 villages.
- Chiou Chang-hai Commemorative Monument
- Gongweishiu Tunnel
- Lai’s Chastity Stone Arch
- Martyr's Commemorative Tower
- Miaoli Craft Park
- Miaoli Mountain Park
- Miaoli Railway Museum
- Thinking Mother Pavilion
- Yuching Temple
- "Miaoli County Government". Retrieved 26 June 2012.
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