|⁃ location||Central Mountain Range: Bazi Mountain (拔子山; offshoot of the Dan Mountain)|
|Pacific Ocean: Ji'an, Hualien|
|Length||57.28 km (35.59 mi)|
|Basin size||1,507.09 km2 (581.89 sq mi)|
|⁃ left||Wanli River|
The Hualian River, also spelled Hualien River, (Chinese: 花蓮溪; pinyin: Huālián Xī; Wade–Giles: Hua1-lien2 Hsi1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hoa-liân-khe/Hoa-lian-khe) is a river in Taiwan. It flows through Hualien County for 57 kilometres (35 mi). The Hai'an Range starts at the mouth of the river.
There are five major tributaries, listed here from mouth to source:
- Mugua River — Hualian County — 42 km
- Shoufeng River — Hualian County — 37 km
- Wanli River — Hualian County — 53 km
- Ma'an River — Hualian County — 39 km
- Guangfu River — Hualian County — 15 km
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- Taiwan Country Study Guide: Strategic Information and Developments. Int'l Business Publications. 3 March 2012. p. 56. ISBN 978-1-4387-7570-8.
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