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About Keelung

387,207 in city
132 km² (51 mi²)
15 m
Keelung is famous for its night market at Miaokou, which offers endless food stands from seafood to Taiwanese snacks and desserts. On top of the hill is the famous Kuan Yin (Goddess of Mercy) Buddhist Statue, which overlooks Keelung. You can admire the city and harbor view from inside the 22.5 meter (74-foot) statue. Japanese pirates once occupied Keelung Harbor in the 16th Century. The Spanish (1626), Dutch (1641), French (1894) and Japanese (1895) have all invaded this strategic port in the past. It is now one of Taiwan's five international seaports. Keelung is located at Taiwan's northern tip. It is 29 kilometers (about 17 miles) northeast of Taipei.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
87 All Buildings

Building types

No. Type
85 high-rise building
1 chimney
1 skyscraper