Dali District

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Dali District
Taichung Software Park in Dali District
Taichung Software Park in Dali District
Location in Taichung
Location in Taichung
Country Taiwan
Special municipality Taichung
 • Total 28.88 km2 (11.15 sq mi)
 (July 2019)
 • Total 212,653 people
Time zone UTC+8
Website http://www.dali.taichung.gov.tw/
Dali District office

Dali District (Chinese: 大里區; pinyin: Dàlǐ Qū) is an inner city district in Taichung, Taiwan.


The name "Dali" originates from Tai-li-khit (Chinese: 大里杙; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tāi-lí-khi̍t), where Tai-li refers to the Hoanya aborigines and khit refers to a bamboo raft's toon.


After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, Dali was organized as a rural township of Taichung County. On 1 November 1993, Dali was upgraded to a county-administered city due to its population. On 25 December 2010, Taichung County was merged with Taichung City and Dali was upgraded to a district of the city.

Administrative divisions

Tunghu, Xihu, Dali, Xinli, Guoguang, Shuwang, Xiangxing, Neixin, Zhongxin, Tungsheng, Dayuan, Jiatian, Renhua, Rende, Jianmin, Tucheng, Tungxing, Daming, Yonglong, Rixin, Xirong, Zhangrong, Jincheng, Liren, Lide, Xinren and Ruicheng Village.



Junior high schools

  • Cheng Kong Junior High School

Senior high schools


Tourist attractions


Notable residents



Coordinates: 24°05′30″N 120°41′30″E / 24.09167°N 120.69167°E / 24.09167; 120.69167

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