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10 Best Places to Visit in Taiwan

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Top 10 Places To Visit In Taiwan

Taiwan is a small island nation 180 km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. Taipei, the country’s capital in the north, is known for its busy night markets, Chinese Imperial art at the National Palace Museum and Taipei 101, a 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped skyscraper with an observation deck



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Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. Taipei, the country’s capital in the north, is known for its busy night markets, Chinese Imperial art at the National Palace Museum and Taipei 101, a 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped skyscraper with an observation deck.

Alishan National Scenic Area.
Chi Mei Museum.
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
Kenting National Park.
Lungshan Temple of Manka.
National Palace Museum.
Shilin Night Market.
Sun Moon Lake.
Taroko National Park.
Yangmingshan.

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14 BEST THINGS TO DO IN TAIPEI TAIWAN | Top Taipei Attractions

I spent an exciting 9 days in Taipei Taiwan. A fortune telling street, a snake and toilet restaurant, night markets…here's my best things to do in Taipei. What is on your top Taipei attractions list?

15 BEST THINGS TO DO IN TAIPEI | Top Must See Attractions

Historical Monuments & Landmarks

1. Chiang Kai Shek Memorial
2. Changing of the Guards
3. Sun Yat Sen Memorial
4. National Palace Museum
5. Lonshan Temple
6. Elephant Mountain (hiking & view of Taipei 101)
7. Fortune Telling Street
8. Huaxi Night Market | Snake Alley
9. Cats & Cafe
10. Modern Toilet

Popular Night Markets in Taipei

11. Shilin Night Market
12. Raohe Night Market
13. Damsui

Contemporary Arts & Culture
14. Songshan Cultural & Creative Park

Correction: There I've accidentally skipped a number and there are actually only 14 top attractions mentioned. So I'll add a few more to the list that didn't make the video list due to time. Note:Written Taipei travel guide with more details to come on my blog.

15. Taiwanese Food & Bubble Tea (Keep an eye out for my Taiwanese food guide)
16. Taipei Metro Station Shopping
17. Free Day Tours
18. Food Tour with Taipei Eats


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Top 7 Places To Visit In Taipei, Taiwan

From Hong Kong, we took a flight to Taipei, Taiwan to explore some of the main Taiwan tourist attractions for two full days. We managed to get a lot of scenic hiking done in Taiwan during those two full days.

Here’s what we checked out in Taiwan:
-Taiwan Night Markets for street food
-Jiufen Old Street
-Shifen Old Street
-Shifen Railroad for lighting sky lanterns
-Shifen Waterfall Park
-Shifen’s famous bridge
-Yehliu Geopark (Yehliu Nature Centre)
-Taipei 101 (to check out Din Tai Fung restaurant, famous for their xiao long bao)

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30 Secrets & Best Places in Taipei, Taiwan

This is my ultimate travel guide for Taipei, Taiwan including 30 secrets and best places to visit which I carefully selected, things to do in Taipei like enjoying a knife massage, prawn fishing, death star mall, Ximending shopping district, ice cream shop snow king and the epic Taipei nightlife. Subscribe to my channel ► for weekly videos!

I went to Taiwan with no major expectations but let me tell you, the country, people, food and nature truly blew me away and now I understand why people consider it a hidden gem in Asia.

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I started my Taiwan adventure in Taipei, often called the food capital of Asia for its wide assortment of cuisines and unique themed restaurants including the prawn fishing restaurant where you'll be able to capture your own dinner but also the toilet restaurant where you can eat beef curry out of a toilet bowl.

The best way to start your Taipei adventure is with an epic Taiwanese breakfast at Fu Hang Soy Milk, the most popular joint in town but do come early, lineups can grow very large. I ordered the deep-fried bread stick, egg pancake and a delicious cold soy milk soup. There is a good reason why locals wait hours in line to get this stuff.

One of the most incredible experiences in Taipei was getting a knife massage by knife massage practitioners who require to be vegetarian and meditate daily but don't worry the cleavers used are blunt, it is quite satisfying getting hammered by blunt metal to a point where I fell asleep from relaxation.

For ancient temples in Taipei, visit the breathtaking Longshan temple, also known as 'the meeting place of the gods' were you can witness daily rituals, offerings and many locals praying to the many deities.

One of the strangest foods I tried were the fermented duck eggs which were traditionally made by a mixture of lime, salt and ash turning the egg white base into a gelatin texture and the egg yolk green from fermentation, to my surprise, this was a delicious snack.

As a giant lover of seafood, the Addiction Aquatic Development fish market in Taipei is the ultimate destination. A high-end fish market with some of the best sashimi, grilled eel and other fish products I had ever tasted, a great spot for lunch!

In conclusion, Taipei left a lasting impression on me to such an extent that I returned to Taipei a second time in less than a month time to record even more incredible footage of this mesmerizing city. If you are considering of visiting Asia, do NOT skip Taiwan.

Watch my episodes from Taiwan!

Episode 1: My Free Flight to Taiwan


Episode 2: Beautiful Mountain Village Jiufen


Episode 3: Drinking Snake Venom


Episode 4: Bizarre Toilet Restaurant


Episode 5: Eating Entire Duck


Episode 6: Taipei 101 (Icon of Taiwan)


Episode 7: Taiwan Street Food at Taipei Night Markets


Episode 8: Ultimate Taipei Travel Guide


Episode 9: Taipei Nightlife (Best Bars & Nightclubs)


Episode 10: Tainan Travel Guide


Episode 11: Kaohsiung Travel Guide


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Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Taiwan

This video explains about 12 Tourist Attractions in Taiwan. Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is a disputed sovereign state in East Asia. The Republic of China, originally based in mainland China, now governs the island of Taiwan. Taiwan has some very impressive scenic sites and its capital, Taipei, is a vibrant culture and entertainment hub. Taipei 101, Sun Moon Lake, Ximending, Penghu Islands are top tourist places in Taiwan. You can vacation to these best places to visit in Taiwan. This list of attractions can be your references before you travel to Taiwan.

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Best CITIES in Taiwan for EXPATS? | Living in Taiwan

Which city is best for you to live in when coming to Taiwan? In this video, I briefly introduce a few of the major cities in Taiwan, including Taipei, Kaohsiung, Tainan and Taichung. Hopefully this will help you to make an informed decision.

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Taipei, Taiwan is a super modern city with a deep-rooted culture that is becoming more and more popular as a gateway to East Asia and Southeast Asia.

It’s new express MRT service from Taoyuan International Airport, a 36 minute ride, will make it even more convenient for travellers, especially those on a short layover.

This short but important list of essential things you should know will help keep you on track with a smooth stay.

Although taxis are plentiful and relatively inexpensive compared with other big cities in East Asia the MRT is one of the best ways to get to most of the main sites and business centers of Taipei City.

The Nangang Exhibition Center where many conventions and shows are held is accessible by the blue and brown MRT lines. Neihou, where many tech industry businesses have their head office is also on the brown line, Xihu is one of the most convenient stops for quick and easy access.

Taipei 101 for the last 3.5 years has had it’s own MRT stop on the red line. This is where you’ll also find The International Convention Center next to the Taipei 101 Shopping Mall. It’s also in close proximity to Taipei City Hall and is apart of the Xinyi Shopping District, where you’ll find one of the largest selections of luxury goods stores in East Asia.

If you want to get more of a local perspective pick up an Easycard available at most MRT stations and register it online with Ubike, so you can have access to the city bikes that have stations across Taipei City and New Taipei City. Simply swipe your card next to the bike you want to rent and you’re ready to go. You can drop the bike off at any Ubike station. They’re almost always located near an MRT station.

In the video I mention briefly that the Taiwanese people are very friendly and helpful. It’s true! If you ever appear to be lost or confused while looking at a map you will in most cases immediately attract the attention of a local who will be pleased to help you find your way. That’s wny I said “get lost”, literally you can get lost while exploring this amazing city with it’s maze of alleyways, quiet cafes, food stalls and shops and not worry that you won’t have help getting back to your hotel.

Taipei and the rest of Taiwan is an extremely safe place to travel. There is literally no or very rare violent crime against tourists. Personal ownership of guns is banned. There has been reports of pick pocketing and petty theft, particularly in night markets and crowded places, but I think this is even rare now.

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10. Kaohsiung Lotus Pond
Also called Lotus Lake, it is a man-made pond and a popular destination in Kaohsiung. It is known for its lotus plants and also for the temples around the lake. Among those temples, we can highlight the Dragon and Tiger pagodas (you can enter inside them), and the Confucius Temple.

09. Fo Guang Shan Temple
Among all the Buddhist temples in Taiwan, this one is the largest, and certainly one of the most impressive (if not the most). Located in Kaohsiung, this huge place is the HQ for the Fo Guang Shan, an order that calls itself as the International Buddhist Progress Society.If a giant golden Buddha isn’t enough to make your mind, there are eight pagodas, pavilions, halls, gardens, museums and much more. Actually, I would need an entire post just to talk about this amazing place

08. Chimei Museum
The Chimei Museum is a private property open to the public. Its art collection is divided into western art, musical instruments, natural history, military artifacts, and antiquities.

07. Taijiang National Park
An ecological paradise in Taiwan, the Taijiang National Park is on the migration route for Asian birds. Every autumn and winter thousands of birds can be seen there.

06. Alishan Sunrise
The best way to see this amazing sunrise is to get the train to the top of the mountain, in the early morning. The train is usually crowded, but it is a short trail to the top.

05. Sun Moon Lake
You will find yourself in a pleasant city surrounding this beautiful lake. It’s almost mandatory you rent a good bike (and a good one, please!) and give a ride around this huge lake. Don’t worry. If your concern is where to find a place to rent your bike, the city has plenty of options. You have to check the conditions of the bike before you rent it, though. There are good prices everywhere, but sometimes the savings do not pay for your comfort and safety. The bike path is well maintained, with tons of places to eat, to take pictures, to relax, and to enjoy.

04. Beitou Hot Springs
Beitou, with its wooden houses and old stone bridges, is a charming city. It is only 30 minutes from Taipei and is a top place in Taiwan to visit. It is famous for its spas and hotsprings.

03. National Palace Museum
With 700,000 pieces of artifacts and artworks, the National Palace Museum, in Taipei, is one of the largest of its type in the world. The collection holds over 10,000 years of Chinese history from the Neolithic age to the late Qing Dynasty.

02. Elephant Mountain
People traveling to the island should see the Taipei 101, one of the tallest buildings in the world and a top place in Taiwan. It is beautiful indeed, and you may want to visit its interior, but don’t miss the view from outside. It can be even prettier. That’s why we recommend going to the Elephant Mountain. Not only an amazing place to visit, the top of the Elephant Mountain is also perfect to get one of the best views of the city and its tallest building.

01. Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
The National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is a national monument, erected in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek. Right of the entrance, you will notice how wide the place is, with the National Concert Hall on your left, the National Theater on your right, and the Memorial Hall in the middle, at the end of the square. The entrance to the square is something impressive too.

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15 Secrets & Best Places in Tainan, Taiwan

This is my ultimate travel guide for Tainan, Taiwan including 15 best things to do and best places to visit which I carefully selected, like Fort Zeelandia, Du Xiao Yue for its epic Dandan noodles, Chun Sui Tang - the inventor of bubble tea, mega gachapon machine and the eating bizarre chicken butts. Subscribe to my channel ► for weekly videos!

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Sadly, #Tainan is not popular with foreign tourists even though it is the oldest city in #Taiwan. Tainan became a top priority on my bucket list for the simple reason that it was found by the Dutch in 1624. The city is home to Dutch VOC fortresses Zeelandia and Provintia which were massive fortifications for its time. I visited Tainan to find the remnants of my ancestors since I am Dutch myself.

Tainan is known by the Taiwanese as the food mecca of the country due to its many locally grown produce, from epic mango shaved ice desserts to Chun Sui Tang - the original restaurant where bubble tea was invented but also its delicious beef noodle bowls called dandan noodles at Du Xiao Yue.

My first stop was the Dutch Fort Provintia where the Dutch VOC's (Dutch East India Company) administrative heart of Taiwan was located. I was blown away to learn that the foundation of all these Dutch forts was made with a mortar recipe containing crushed oyster shells, sugar and sticky rice since cement was hard to come by on the island.

In the evening I went for dinner on the ancient Shennon street which is gorgeous during the evening for its small historic shops and cozy atmosphere. At a local street restaurant I went all out and tried their bizarre local delicacy; grilled chicken butts. One place where you should definitely eat is Du Xiao Yue, the oldest noodle shop in Taiwan founded in 1895 and order the Dandan noodles! Alternatively, try their milk fish, rice eel and incredible fried shrimp rolls. Let's not forget about the delicious beef soup and beef tongue and Win Chang restaurant..

The highlight of my visit was Fort Zeelandia, a massive Dutch VOC fortress on the Anping peninsula which the Dutch held onto until 1662 when the Ming Dynasty sent Koxinga to take over Formosa (Taiwan's original name) and banish the Dutch. Fort Zeelandia showcases a huge collection of Dutch artifacts from that time period. If you want even more Dutch history, check out the Merchant House for many ancient Dutch maps and VOC ship scale models, additionally visit the incredible treehouse, a warehouse completely engulfed by nature.

My favorite object was the scale model of Fort Zeelandia, the sheer size was absolutely mindboggling. The Dutch were besieged by Koxinga for 9 months which left them with no other option than to surrender after which Taiwan became Chinese territory and the Dutch retreated back to Batavia in Indonesia, nowadays known as Jakarta.

Tainan doesn't really have a big nightlife, for good parties you'll have to go to either Taipei or Kaohsiung but luckily Tainan has one major nightclub called MUSE Tainan where I had a great time drinking and socializing with the locals. For just 700 NT ($25 USD) it was an all-you-can-drink party. It was a crazy experience seeing not many people at the bar even with it being an all-you-can-drink event, I guess the Taiwanese know their limits very well.

In conclusion, I had a fantastic time in Tainan and I will consider visiting Tainan in the near future to see what other great places this magical city has to offer so I can create another #TravelGuide for you guys!

Watch my episodes from Taiwan!

Episode 1: My Free Flight to Taiwan


Episode 2: Beautiful Mountain Village Jiufen


Episode 3: Drinking Snake Venom


Episode 4: Bizarre Toilet Restaurant


Episode 5: Eating Entire Duck


Episode 6: Taipei 101 (Icon of Taiwan)


Episode 7: Taiwan Street Food at Taipei Night Markets


Episode 8: Ultimate Taipei Travel Guide


Episode 9: Taipei Nightlife (Best Bars & Nightclubs)


Episode 10: Tainan Travel Guide


Episode 11: Kaohsiung Travel Guide


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I post 2-3 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram!

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15 Things To Do in TAIWAN for First-timers | Taiwan Travel Guide | #Taiwan2017

Here are 15 things to do if it's your first time in Taiwan. I know we could have done a lot more things like ride the Maokong Gondola among other more exciting activities but we had my father with us who is 70 years old so we were kinda limited to doing easier and more convenient things. This trip was my birthday gift to him.

We will definitely go back and do my coffee crawl.

Enjoy and see you on the next video!

PLACES WE VISITED:

1. Taipei 101
No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Xinyi District
Taipei City, Taiwan 110

2. Din Tai Fung
No. 194, Section 2, Xinyi Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106

3. Taipei 101 Food Court

4. Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall
Da’an District
Taipei City, Taiwan 106

5. Shilin Night Market
No. 101, Jihe Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111

6. YongKang Street
Yongkang Street, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106

7. 天津蔥抓餅 Tian Jin Onion Pancake
No. 1號, Lane 6, Yongkang Street, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106

8. Yongkang Daoxiao Noodle Restaurant
No.5, Lane10, Yongkang Street, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2322 2640

9. Smoothie House
No.15, Yongkang St., Da'an Dist., Taipei City 10650, Taiwan (R.O.C.).

10. 來好 LAI HAO Taiwan Gift Shop
No. 11, Lane 6, Yongkang Street, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106

11. Raohe Street Night Market
饒河街觀光夜市

12. Yong He Soy Milk King 永和豆浆大王
永和豆漿大王
No. 102, Section 2, Fuxing South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106

13. Ximending Night Market
No. 127, Hanzhong Street, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 108

14. Jiufen Old Street
Jishan Street, Ruifang District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 224

15. ATT 4 Fun
No. 12, Songshou Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110


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My top 10 favorite travel destinations. As a very frequent traveler, I am often asked “Where is your favorite place to travel?” I’ll tell you my top 10 favorite places to travel in the world, categorized by my top three in Asia, Europe, and the US. EXPAND DESCRIPTION FOR FULL LIST! It’s also my 20,000 subscriber celebration!

Asia:
1. Japan
2. Singapore
3. Hong Kong
Honorable Mention: Taiwan

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Geographic Breakdown: 41% US, 6% Australia, 6% Canada, 5% Singapore, 5% India, 5% UK, 3% Phillipines, 3% Japan

Europe:
1. Austria (Vienna)
2. Italy (Rome)
3. Czech Republic (Prague)
Honorable Mention: Portugal

US:
1. Los Angeles (Side trips to Vegas, and San Diego)
2. New York, New York
3. Washington DC
And finally…. Hawaii!

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Taiwan Vacation Travel Guide - Top 20 Places To See and Things to Do!

Taiwan is the perfect place to visit in Asia if you’re a first-time traveler or traveling solo! I spent two weeks in Taiwan traveling all over the island, so I've put together this Taiwan vacation travel guide.

Top 20 Places To See in Taiwan and Things to Do!

1. Release a sky lantern in Pingxi outside of Taipei

2. Visit the many beautiful temples

3. Take a cooking class in Taipei

4. Visit Fo Guang Shan outside of Kaoihsung

5. The Dome of Light: A very beautiful MRT station in Kaoihsung

6. Taiwan's southernmost point

7. Kenting National Park

8. Mr. Brown's Road

9. Sansiantai footbridge

10. Take the MRT

11. Explore Ximending, Taipei

12. Visit the hot springs

13. Maokong Gondola Ride

14. Taiwanese Tea Ceremony

15. Pier 2, Kaohsiung

16. Dragon and Tiger Pagodas

17. Lotus Lake

18. Private Taipei 101 Luxury Tour

19. Dongmen Market

20. Thousand Island Lake

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KENTING, TAIWAN Travel Guide: 15 AMAZING Things to do in Kenting!

25 AMAZING things to do in Taipei, Taiwan:

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Iris Goes to Taiwan: Kaohsiung and Kenting

In the Summer, I headed back to Taiwan. This is my experience in Kaohsiung and Kenting.

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🏢{Trip} Taiwan Travel -- KAOHSIUNG 3-Day Trip (高雄)

Three days in the city of Kaohsiung doing sightseeing and exploring some of the tourist attractions there. Was a good trip. :)

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The Tree House (樹屋旅店)
Add: No. 132, Liuhe 2nd Rd., Qianjin District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市前金區六合二路132號)
Tel: (07) 287-8800
Website: the-tree-house.hotel.com.tw (Chinese)

Just Sleep Kaohsiung Zhongzheng (捷絲旅高雄中正館)
Add: No. 134, Zhongzheng 1st Rd., Lingya District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市苓雅區中正一路134號)
Tel: (07) 972-3568
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Now and Then by N.Y.B.C.
Add: Dayi Warehouse C9-19, Pier-2 Art Center; No. 2, Dayi St., Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City (高雄駁二大義倉庫C9-19; 高雄市鹽埕區大義街2號)
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Good Day Tea House and Sky Lounge (好好生活館)
Add: No. 78, Kunming St., Qianzhen District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市前鎮區崑明街78號)
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Ice Shop
Ki A Peng Sian (枝仔冰城) (Pier-2 Art Center Branch)
Add: No. 8-2, Dayong Rd., Yancheng District, Kaohsiung City (高雄市鹽埕區大勇路8-2號)
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85 Sky Tower 高雄85大樓
Dadong Arts Center 大東文化藝術中心
Gushan Ferry Pier 鼓山渡輪碼頭
Hongmaogang Cultural Park 紅毛港文化園區
Kaohsiung Exhibition Center 高雄展覽館
Kaohsiung Main Public Library 高雄市立圖書總館
Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine 高雄市忠烈祠
Kevin Lin 林俊昇
Love River 愛河
Pier-2 Art Center 駁二藝術特區
Qijin Island 旗津島
Qihou Battery 旗后砲台
Qihou Lighthouse 旗後燈塔
Rainbow Church 彩虹教堂
Shoushan 壽山
Shoushan Lover’s Observatory 壽山情人觀景
“Star of Qianzhen” 前鎮之星
Tianhou Temple 天后宮
The British Consulate at Takow 打狗英國領事館

Travel in Taiwan (2016, 1/2)

Have your camera ready when boarding the ferry to Qijin Island at Gushan Ferry Pier. Locals stream onto the lower parking-lot deck on scooters (you go to the upper deck, via a separate entrance). The ride across the narrow, ship-packed Kaohsiung Harbor is so quick that many don’t bother to get off their machines. Qijin Island is a 9km-long silt-created giant sandbar that serves as a breakwater and defines the harbor’s form. Its tourist area is on the north end, beyond the ferry pier.

Qihou Lighthouse, a snow-white 11-meter-high Baroque-style tower erected by the Japanese in 1916, stands at the edge of a sea-facing cliff guarding the harbor’s exceedingly narrow north-end mouth. Enthralling views of the busy harbor can be enjoyed as ships squeeze by below. The old Qihou Battery, on the west side of the hill, was built by a justifiably anxious Qing Dynasty government in the 1870s, fearful of invasion by the Japanese or Western powers.

The young, expansive, and still-growing Pier-2 Art Center (pier-2.khcc.gov.tw), a special zone that is at the heart of the city’s cultural-creative bloom, has become one of its most popular attractions. The numerous old, renovated Kaohsiung Harbor warehouses here, long abandoned, were formerly used to store such goods as fish meal and granulated sugar. Today they are cultural-creative incubator stages for domestic and international exhibitions, festivals, live indoor and outdoor musical, theatrical, and busker performances, and large-scale outdoor installation artworks and graffiti-style/3D murals, many wonderfully quirky and whimsical, some created by artists-in-residence.

The king of Kaohsiung has long been, and remains, the lofty 85 Sky Tower, which looks like a giant spacecraft propped atop two massive booster rockets, ready to launch. Two spanking-new structures, Kaohsiung Exhibition Center ( and Kaohsiung Main Public Library ( are within easy walking distance. The park-surrounded harborside exhibition facility looks like a paean to Beijing’s iconic Bird’s Nest. Be sure to visit the green library’s lovely 8F rooftop hanging garden, which has a fine broad view of the harbor and Qijin.

What’s not to love about the Love River? On my first few visits, in the 1990s, it was a brackish “waterway” in which the water moved little, if at all. Today, thanks to dedicated eco-engineering, it is clean, the waters flow freely, and fish have returned. The landscaped banks are lined with benches, bike- and pedestrian-friendly paths, and attractive lamp lighting. The mood is best at night, when the cafés, bars, and small eateries are brightly lit up.

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