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Originally named Chihou, Chichin is a long, narrow island that forms a natural breakwater protecting Kaohsiung Harbor. The island can be reached from the city either by ferry or through the Harbor Tunnel. This small but scenic island features a 300-year-old Tienhou Temple, devoted to Matsu, Goddess of the Sea, which is designated as a third-grade national historic site. Chichin is also the only place in Taiwan where you can still ride a three-wheel pedicab powered by man in traditional Chinese costume. Yet another favorite attraction here is fresh, delicious, and reasonably priced seafood.
There are three entrances for climbing Tzaishan. One is located at Wanshoushan Zoo. Head west and straight on Chienkuo Road from the direction of Sun Yat-sen Freeway to join Gushan Road where a sign indicating the direction of the Zoo can be seen. You may also ask people for direction on Gushan Road.
The second entrance is located at Lung Chuan Temple.
The third entrance is in National Sun Yat-Sun University Entrance control is conducted here so there are limitations to drive in. The scenery and ecological environment through the entrance of Lung Chuan Temple where you can watch Formosa Macaque is a better option.
Tzaishan is situated in the west of Kaohsiung. It is around 5.5 kilometers in length, 2.5 kilometers in width and 300 meters in height. It is sticking up to the north of Kaohsiung Harbor. The area occupies one fifteenth of Kaohsiung City and is full of green grass. It is regarded as the most special natural landmark in Kaohsiung.
During the Japanese occupation, Tzaishan was classified as a protected forest area and prohibited for exploitation. By the time National Government arrived in Taiwan, Tzaishan was classified as an important military terrain~Base Area, with no unauthorized entry allowed. Under such protection for a long time, Tzaishan retains considerable forest, animals, insects, birds, plants, humanities, ancient monuments, topographic landscape, and Taiwanese rhesus monkeys. It is known as the last pure land in Kaohsiung.
In 1989, Tzaishan was open to the public for resting at an elevation of 250 meters eastward. It was only then that the mystery of Tzaishan began to unfold.
Themed on lights, the City Light Gallery located in the Central Park radiates blue neon lights, adding to the beauty of the night. Adding an artistic touch to the public facilities like bus stops, telephone booths, trashcans, bulletin boards, chairs and streetlamps, Kaohsiung City Government boldly broke away from the stereotyped decorations of public facilities to bring more visual beauty and aesthetic taste to the cityscape. 2001 Kaohsiung citizens and Mayor Hsieh contributed photos of their smiley faces for the refreshing artistic creation of "SMILE 2001-the Wall of Hope" that shines a ray of hope on the city.
Hsitzuwan Beach is located to the southwest of Shoushan, about a 20-minute drive from city center. The beach itself has great natural beauty, and the lights of fishing boats embellish the sea and attrace large numbers of visitors, especially at night.
At the fourth largest container port in the world, Kaohsiung Harbor plays an important role to Taiwan's economic development. The Harbor currently has a channel lane of 18 kilometers, available for boats 100,000 tons. There are 97 docks, with a total length of 20.570 meters. A cruise around Kaohsiung Harbor will let you see the odernization of the Harbor and experience the beauty of the City.
You’ll find baroque pillars, lovely pavilions, trails and benches, and a fitness walk much enjoyed by neighboring residents.As a matter of fact, many activities sponsored by city government are held on Hoshi Road between Kaohsiung Bridge and Chungcheng Bridge. During the annual lantern festival, the stretch is packed with crowds.
Cheng Ching Lake
This popular lake, located on the outskirts of Kaohsiung city, has an area of 103 hectares. Together with the surrounding park, the total land and water area is about 375 hectares. Attractions on and around the lake include bridges (especially the famous Nine-corner Bridge), pavilions, a majestic pagoda, flowers, and birds. Among the lake's facilities are an aquarium and a youth activity center, and the palace-style Grand Hotel and a golf course are located near the shoreline.
This Zoo contains more than 100 species of rare and wonderful animals from all over the world. In addition, shaded pathways lead to a number of quaint temples and shrines hidden amidst the forests that cover the slopes. The night-time view of Kaohsiung from the top of shoushan is another special treat.
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
Opened in June 1994 in Neiweipei Cultural Park, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts is one of the city's newest attractions. Its outdoor Sculpture Grounds displays various kinds of artworks, while inside the galleries are a collection of famous calligraphic works as well as exhibitions of classical and contemporary arts.
The Liu-Ho Night Market
The Liu-Ho Night Market, located in the center of downtown, about 10 minutes walk to the Kaohsiung Railway Station, with 138 pitches opening all night long, is the most significant and fascinating sight in the Kaohsiung metropolis for over 50 years.
Ta Lee Commercial Area
Ta Lee Commercial Area provides customers with a variety of cuisines and fashions, and has a sophisticated dining culture. Many steak houses and fast food chains have set up in this area, but traditional Taiwanese snacks, Cantonese Ting Sum, Japanese cuisine and fondue also attract a lot of people. In addition, popular coffee shops, fine restaurants, and even art galleries and boutiques are not hard to find in this area. In Ta Lee Commercial Area, you can enjoy both shopping and delicious cuisine.
Han Shin Commercial Area
Clothing and boutiques are the main attractions in this area, but fine restaurants are gradually developing. The fashion shops and boutiques are versatile and elegant, and their wide range of clothes from imported fashions, sports wear, and hand-dyed clothes satisfy consumer choice. Several beauty saloons have also opened here to provide you with the latest fashion designs and traditional snacks, Japanese cuisine and coffee shops are provided for your satisfaction. Here, you can enjoy yourself and relax for a while.
Hsin Chueh Chiang Commercial Area
Once part of the old President Commercial Area, the Hsin Chueh Chiang Commercial Area has become an excellent shopping area, offering new and fashionable commodities from earrings, necklaces, to clothes and dolls, popular fashionable accessories, snacks and coffee shops, and furthermore, the Oscar Movie Theater. There is more than just shopping at Hsin Chueh Chiang, multiple leisure activities are available.
This large, new temple, located on the north shore of Lotus Lake, was completed in 1976. It is modeled after a temple at Qufu in Shandong province, the homeland of Confucius. The imposing structure abundantly expresses a deep reverence for China's beloved sage.
This lovely man-made lake is situated between Kueishan (Turtle Mountain ) and Panpingshan (Half-screen Mountain). Various Chinese-style structures located in and aroud the lake give it an intensely traditional Chinese flavor, to which a touch of mystery is added as night falls. The crowds of visitors here are especially thick during holiday periods.參考資料： 高雄市政府網頁