Danei District in Tainan City
|• Total||70 km2 (30 sq mi)|
|• Density||140/km2 (360/sq mi)|
Formerly home to the Tevorangh Taiwanese Plains Aborigines, a branch of the Siraya people (Baccloangh subtribe). In 1920, the area was designated Ōuchi Village (大内庄), Sobun District (曽文郡), Tainan Prefecture. After World War II, it was designated as Danei Township under Tainan County. It was made a district in 2010.
The district consists of Shihu, Shilin, Shicheng, Neijiang, Danei, Neiguo, Toushe, Huanhu, Erxi and Quxi Village.
- Nanyuan Recreational Farm
- Sanhu Lake
- Siangong Temple
- Tainan Astronomical Education Area
- Tainan Science Education Museum
- Tsou Ma Lai Farm
- World of Water Lilies
- Wushantou Prehistoric Remains
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