Yonghe (永和區), also spelled Yungho, is a district of New Taipei. It is famous for its breakfast foods, notably soy milk. The museum of religion is the city's primary draw for tourists.
Yonghe is a very crowded and noisy suburb of 225,000 people (2016), with the second-highest population density in the world (after Manila, Philippines) with over 41,300 people per km².
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