The Fo Guang Shan Monastery (old compound) & Museum (new compound) occupies two complexes and is the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan.
There are many things to see and eat around the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood. You should consider staying at Hotel Nostalgia for convenience’s sake.
Matcha fans, rejoice! Check out these 7 cafes/stalls in Kaohsiung offering delicious green tea desserts! It was so good to relax at these spots!
Besides admiring the unique geological formations, you can follow the lakeside trail which brings you to a variety of view points at Tianliao Moon World!
This 24-storey high hotel is worth considering if you are visiting Hong Kong Island. It provides so much convenience for guests and easy accessibility.
Rent an e-bike and explore all corners of the Qijin Island! Your trip will not be complete without a feast on the fresh seafood priced affordably!
From wall murals to artistic old warehouses decorated with contemporary art, there are plenty of photo opportunities at Kaohsiung’s Pier 2 Art Centre.
It was a wonderful dining experience at both the Wok on the Park restaurant and the Pier No.1 sky bar. You shouldn’t miss out on the sky bar!
Hotel Indigo Kaohsiung Central Park is conveniently located, feels very inviting, and I love the luxurious bathrooms equipped with the huge bath tub!