Liyutan Dam

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  • Phone:+886 03 7881130
  • Address:No.106, Sangui, Sanyi Township, Miaoli County 367, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Liyutan Dam is located at Miaoli County's Sanyi Township, No.106 Sangui, in the lower reaches of Da'an River and Jingshan River. Built in 1992, it is a gully reservoir, and the collected water is located at the boundaries of Miaoli's Dahu, Zhuolan, and  Sanyi Townships. The water mainly supplies Miaoli and Taichung, and is used for all sorts of purposes. At the same time, it also possesses tourism, irrigation, flood control, and electric generation capabilities. The dam stands at 96 meters tall, the collected water area covers 53.45 square kilometers, and the total water storage capacity is 126 million cubic meters. The reservoi is home to an abundance of ecology and resources; there's large amount of fish and prawn, natural broad-leaved trees, and many wild animals as well. Surrounding attractions in the area include Guian Bridge, Laoguan Road, Baodouyin Mountain, and others. Guian Bridge was originally a bamboo bridge, but nowadays it has been converted into a steel bridge. Laoguan Road was constructed during the Qing Dynasty by the government and used as a government road. Baodouyin Mountain is also known as Qilin Mountain, and located halfway up the mountain is Jiangjun Temple. The original temple was flooded by the reservoir, so the Jiangjun ancestral tablet was moved to another location. 


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