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The top 10 most attractive destinations in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

Content 26/02/2024 9

Kaohsiung is known as a city with many attractive tourist destinations in Taiwan. This place brings visitors many interesting experiences, with temples, spiritual tourist areas, parks, modern architectural buildings, etc. Let's join HoaBinh Tourist to find out the top 10 most attractive destinations in Kaohsiung City right now.

Phat Quang Son Pagoda

  • Address: No. 1, Tongling, Dashu, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 08:00 – 20:00 (depending on the day)

Phat Quang Son Pagoda is known as the Buddhist capital of Taiwan. The pagoda was built in 1967 under the leadership and supervision of monk Tinh Van. The pagoda is large, majestic, and massive, with 20 buildings, solemn halls, and streets. The most prominent among them is the majestic Buddha statue with a gentle smile. This is the tallest bronze statue in the world, with a height of up to 108 meters.

Dragon Tiger Pagoda (Dragon Tiger Tower)

  • Address: No. 9, Liantan, Zuoying, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 08:30 – 17:30

Located at Dam Lien Tri, the Dragon and Tiger Tower is a famous tourist project in Kaohsiung, completed in 1976. These two towers make visitors exclaim in praise for their unique architecture and two dragon and tiger statues right in front.

According to Eastern beliefs, dragons and tigers are both animals that demonstrate courage, majesty, and unimaginable strength. Therefore, the images of these two animals often appear in works of art, architectural works of temples, pagodas, etc.

Luc Hop Night Market

  • Address: Liuhe 2nd, Xinxing, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 18:00 – 02:00

Luc Hop Night Market is more than 300 meters long, with many stalls selling different items. This is also the busiest and most sparkling night market in Kaohsiung City. Luc Hop Night Market, whether on weekdays or weekends, is always crowded with people passing by. In addition to souvenirs, clothes, jewelry, etc., food is the most prominent highlight of this market.

Tuntex Sky Building

  • Address: No. 5, Ziqiang, Lingya, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

The 85-storey Tuntex Sky building is considered a modern symbol of Kaohsiung city. Standing at the location of this building, visitors can easily see the beautiful panorama of Kaohsiung city below. Unlike other high-rise buildings, the Tuntex Sky building is designed extremely simply. On both sides of the building are two pillars and a column in the middle, rising towards the roof as if showing the strong determination of the whole city to develop.

Ai Ha River (Love River)

For tourists who love outdoor activities and want to be in harmony with nature, they can experience the feeling of cycling on the streets along the banks of the Ai Ha River. The gentle river, running along with a vegetation of parks right on the riverbank, will be an ideal place to breathe fresh air and enjoy the vast scenery of the river, clouds, and sky. Not only that, on the banks of the Ai Ha River, there are also regular lantern festivals, music shows, traditional boat racing festivals, etc.

British Consulate in Takao

  • Address: No. 20, Lianhai, Gushan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 09:00 – 19:00

The British Consulate makes people "suffer" because of its classic and luxurious British architecture. Located right next to Shao Chuan Tou wharf, leaning against the mountain, facing the sea, the British Consulate is the oldest Western-style architectural work in Taiwan.

Coming to this tourist destination, visitors can visit the space inside the building, then go to the backyard area to sit and rest under the large trees and enjoy a cup of coffee and chat with friends. raft.

Confucius Temple

  • Address: No. 400, Liantan, Zuoying, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Confucius Temple is a spiritual tourist destination located in the north of Lien Tri Lagoon. This religious architectural work simulates the buildings of the Song Dynasty, with an appearance designed in a symmetrical style that is extremely elegant and majestic. This is also the largest Confucius temple in Taiwan, where visitors can learn about the life of Confucius as well as the changes in traditional customs and traditions of the local people.

Pier 2 Arts Center

  • Address: No. 1, Dayong, Yancheng, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00

This place has a large space and a modern and eye-catching design. Interesting entertainment areas, diverse culinary areas,... Pier 2 Art Center has become an attractive destination, especially for young people. Here are many unique works of art, such as graffiti paintings, sculptures, paintings,...

E-DA theme park

  • Address: No. 10, Section 1, Xuecheng, Dashu, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 9:00 – 17:30

It is Taiwan's first theme park. E-DA Park is inspired by the country of Greece and famous tourist destinations. The park is divided into three main subdivisions with 47 attractions that will certainly bring countless fascinating experiences to visitors.

Takao Railway Museum

  • Address: No. 32, Gushan 1st, Guishan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00

The Takao Railway Museum currently offers books about the railway sector. In addition, there are also exhibits of railway relics, a few old trains, the history of Takao, the history of the station, and many other interesting pieces of information.

Above is a summary of 10 famous tourist destinations in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Contact HoaBinh Tourist through the hotline at 0939.311.911 - 0913.311.911 to book a Taiwan tour at a very good price to visit beautiful places in this country!

 


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