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Discover Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung is a specially designed municipal city with a settlement structure that supports a large population. The city is located in South-western Taiwan, facing the Taiwan Strait. Overtime, Kaohsiung has grown from the small trading village that it used to be into a strong political, transportation, economic, refining, manufacturing and industrial center of the whole of Southern Taiwan. If you take a stroll around this simple but beautiful city, you are bound to be held spellbound by the number of commercial activities going on in the town that is ranked as Taiwan's largest municipality and Taiwan's third most populous city.

 

Where To Go In Kaohsiung

With the continuous rise in the level of development and increased commercialization of the city, it is only natural that the street is blooming with lots of interesting places that you can visit. Here are some places that are guaranteed to amaze you during your visit to Kaohsiung.

 

The Old British Consulate: If you are a lover of spectacular sights, then you should be on bus 99, hiking up the hill that's just adjacent to the harbor. It is an amazing place to watch the sunset from. The top of the hill offers you a sight of an array of elegant red-brick building that served as the colonial mansion for the British Consul. Apart from the sights that the location presents, it also provides a cool atmosphere on its nice open terrace where you can sit for a drink or meal.

 

Martyr's Shrine: The Martyr's Shrine is a perfect example that reflects the Chinese classical architecture. Like is popular with the situation of Taiwan's religious centers, The Martyr's Shrine is built in a scenic location, sitting on the southern slope of Shoushan. The location of the amazing architecture gives tourists access to lots of hiking trails.

 

The Unconditional Love River: The name given to the river is largely a result of the peaceful and romantic atmosphere that its surrounding present. The river is a cool place to hangout with a person that you want to spend a romantic evening with.

 

What To Eat In Kaohsiung

The Rui Feng Night Market is located in the heart of Kaohsiung. It is in fact one of the biggest markets in Taiwan and is packed with a number of amazing street vendors and buyers. It is probably the biggest local market in Taiwan that offers the most varieties of local food. When touring Kaohsiung, you can do yourself good to stop in the markets and have a taste of some of Taiwan's favorite local food, including: sweet cool round powder packes, stone-roasted chicken, Takotaki balls, small sausage in large sausage, milk tea, sweet potato balls, mochi, Taro milk and a whole lot of other fascinating dishes.

 

Where To Stay In Kaohsiung

Nightlife-lovers are definitely going to love their stay in Kaohsiung, especially as the city's downtown district has its inner city characterized by urban core of thrumming retail space and bouncing bars. Life is generally fun, especially with all the activities going on from the boutique-lined shopping streets to the Liuhe Night Market. For lodging space and accommodation, there's no need to worry, as Hotels.com offers comfortable accommodation space of different sizes and design for the pleasure of every tourist. Some of the notable ones include Hotel Sunshine, Airline Inn - Kaohsiung Station and Citysuites Kaohsiung Pier2.

 

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