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Jiuzhize (Renze) Hot Sprin, Songluo National Trail, Pork Ribs River Hot Spring
Datong Township (Chinese: 大同鄉; pinyin: Dàtóng Xiāng; Wade–Giles: Da4-t'ung2 Hsiang1) is a mountain indigenous township in the southwestern part of Yilan County, Taiwan. It is the second largest township in Yilan County after Nan-ao Township.
Datong, Yilan Wikipedia
It is predominantly populated by Taiwanese aborigines of the Atayal Tribe. The township is dominated by rugged mountains and wide river valleys. Most settlements in the county are located along the Lanyang River valley which runs from the central mountains of Taiwan into the Lanyang Plain.Area: 657.54 km²
Population: 6,127 people (2014)
The villages of Datong include Daping, Fuxing, Hanxi, Leshui, Lunpi, Mao'an, Nanshan, Siji, Songluo, Yingshi. It was formerly classified as "Savage Land" under Ratō District, Taihoku Prefecture during Japanese rule.
Economic activities include trucking silt from the Lanyang River for use in cement production and cultivation of tea, cabbage and betel nut palms.Cingshuei's Geothermal Square (清水地熱廣場)
Jioujhihze Hot Spring
Qilan Scenic Recreation Area
Songluo National Trail
Taipingshan Scenic Recreation Area
Yulan Tea Cultivation Area