Welcome to Google maps of Taiwan (TW) and locations list of this country. World Route Planner and its detailed Taiwan page is the place where Google maps Sightseeing make sense! With comprehensive destination gazetteer, Driving Directions to Taiwan, World Route Planner enables you to explore Taiwan through detailed Satellite Imagery and Street View - fast, free and easy as never before. Browse the list of administrative regions below of Taiwan, follow the navigation through administrative regions to find a place you are interested in and Book your hotel with Best Price Guarantee! Your Taiwan Google Satellite Map Sightseeing and Street View start here.
To activate Street View on any city of Taiwan, drag above the Zoom feature the yellow little man in the map.
Did you know about Taiwan?Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa, is an island that is separated from Mainland China by a narrow strait. In 1949, when the Communists took over China, many of the defeated leaders fled to Taiwan and settled there. Though farmers grow crops like rice and pineapples, and fishing is an important occupation, industry now occupies centre stage. Taiwan's factories produce goods that are exported all over the world.
Facts about Taiwan
|Administrative divisions:||includes main island of Taiwan plus smaller islands nearby and off coast of China's Fujian Province; Taiwan is divided into 18 counties (hsien , singular and plural) , 5 municipalities (shih , singular and plural) , and 2 special municipalities (chuan-shih , singular and plural) note: Taiwan uses a variety of romanization systems; while a modified Wade-Giles system still dominates , the city of Taipei has adopted a Pinyin romanization for street and place names within its boundaries; other local authorities use different romanization systems; names for administrative divisions that follow are taken from the Taiwan Yearbook 2007 published by the Government Information Office in Taipei. counties: Changhua , Chiayi [county] , Hsinchu , Hualien , Kaohsiung [county] , Kinmen , Lienchiang , Miaoli , Nantou , Penghu , Pingtung , Taichung , Tainan , Taipei [county] , Taitung , Taoyuan , Yilan , and Yunlin municipalities: Chiayi [city] , Hsinchu , Keelung , Taichung , Tainan special municipalities: Kaohsiung [city] , Taipei [city]|
|Area:||total: 35 ,980 sq km land: 32 ,260 sq km water: 3 ,720 sq km note: includes the Pescadores , Matsu , and Quemoy islands|
|Background:||In 1895 , military defeat forced China to cede Taiwan to Japan. Taiwan reverted to Chinese control after World War II. Following the Communist victory on the mainland in 1949 , 2 million Nationalists fled to Taiwan and established a government using the 1946 constitution drawn up for all of China. Over the next five decades , the ruling authorities gradually democratized and incorporated the local population within the governing structure. In 2000 , Taiwan underwent its first peaceful transfer of power from the Nationalist to the Democratic Progressive Party. Throughout this period , the island prospered and became one of East Asia's economic "Tigers." The dominant political issues continue to be the relationship between Taiwan and China - specifically the question of eventual unification - as well as domestic political and economic reform.|
|Flag description:||red field with a dark blue rectangle in the upper hoist-side corner bearing a white sun with 12 triangular rays|
|Capital:||name: Taipei geographic coordinates: 25 03 N , 121 30 E time difference: UTC+8 (13 hours ahead of Washington , DC during Standard Time)|
|Climate:||tropical; marine; rainy season during southwest monsoon (June to August); cloudiness is persistent and extensive all year|
|Ethnic groups:||Taiwanese (including Hakka) 84% , mainland Chinese 14% , indigenous 2%|
|Geographic coordinates:||23 30 N , 121 00 E|
|Geography note:||strategic location adjacent to both the Taiwan Strait and the Luzon Strait|
|Government type:||multiparty democracy|
|Imports partners:||Japan 22.1% , US 13% , China 10.9% , South Korea 7.3% , Saudi Arabia 4.8% , Singapore 4.5% (2007)|
|Internet country code:||.tw|
|Land boundaries:||1 ,566.3 km|
|Neighbouring countries:||0 km|
|Languages:||Mandarin Chinese (official) , Taiwanese (Min) , Hakka dialects|
|Location:||Eastern Asia , islands bordering the East China Sea , Philippine Sea , South China Sea , and Taiwan Strait , north of the Philippines , off the southeastern coast of China|
|Map references:||Southeast Asia|
|National holiday:||Republic Day (Anniversary of the Chinese Revolution) , 10 October (1911)|
|Nationality:||noun: Taiwan (singular and plural) note: example - he or she is from Taiwan; they are from Taiwan adjective: Taiwan|
|Natural hazards:||earthquakes and typhoons|
|Population:||22 ,920 ,946 (July 2008 est.)|
|Religions:||mixture of Buddhist and Taoist 93% , Christian 4.5% , other 2.5%|
|Terrain:||eastern two-thirds mostly rugged mountains; flat to gently rolling plains in west|
|Unemployment rate:||3.9% (2007 est.)|
Capital of Republic of China
T'ai-pei (click to view T'ai-pei map)
Places in Taiwan
Browse the most comprehensive and up-to-date online directory of administrative regions and Street views in Taiwan. Regions are sorted in alphabetical order from level 1 to level 2 and eventually up to level 3 regions.
Random cities in TaiwanT'ai-pei, the capital city of Taiwan.
This Taiwan map is for informational use only. No representation is made or warranty given as to its content. User assumes all risk of using Google maps and Google Driving Directions. World Route Planner assumes no responsibility for any loss or delay resulting from such use of free Taiwan map.
Link to Taiwan Google Map page
This map of Taiwan has been viewed 8596 times until now. In case you would like, there is a very easy way how to link to our Taiwan map - including free Google maps, gazetteer search, country, city maps, Street View and facts -, ready to use on your website. Please, simply copy & paste the provided HTML code into your page source code: Thank you for all links to our Maps and Driving Directions!
|Text link to: Taiwan map|