Location of Suao in Yilan
|Country||Republic of China|
|• Total||89.01 km2 (34.37 sq mi)|
|Population (December 2014)|
|Time zone||Chungyuan Standard Time Zone (UTC+8)|
Su-ao Township (Chinese: 蘇澳鎮; pinyin: Sū'ào Zhèn; Wade–Giles: Su1-ao4 Chen4; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: So͘-ò), located in southern Yilan County, Taiwan, is an urban township that is famous for its seafood restaurants and cold springs. It is the destination of National Highway No. 5, Su-ao-Hualian Express Way, and North-Link Line of Taiwan Railway Administration. It also has two large harbors: Su-ao Port, a multi-function seaport that also houses a naval base; and Nanfang-ao Port, a major fishing port of Taiwan.
During Japanese rule, the area was established as Suō Town (蘇澳街), Suō District (蘇澳郡), Taihoku Prefecture. After World War II, the town was converted to a township under Taipei County. In 1950, after the establishment of Yilan County, the township was put under the jurisdiction of the county.
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