Map showing the mouth of Jingmei River at its confluence with the Xindian River
|River mouth||Xindian River above the Fuhe Bridge
|River system||Tamsui River|
|Basin size||113.72 km2 (43.91 sq mi)|
|Length||28.25 km (17.55 mi)|
The Jingmei River (Chinese: 景美溪; pinyin: Jǐngměi Xī; Wade–Giles: Ching3-mei3 Hsi1) is a major tributary of the Xindian River, which itself is a major tributary of the Tamsui River, Taiwan. It is located between the Taipei Basin and Beishi River basin and flows through New Taipei City and the capital Taipei City for 28.1 kilometers, before joining the Xindian River at the border of Wenshan District, Taipei, and Yonghe District, New Taipei City, above the Fuhe Bridge.
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