Evergreen Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No. 219, Ho Ping 1st Road, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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How to plan a 2 days itinerary in KaoHsiung?

by maerCecI

Hi,
As above.
Is there any interesting places to visit in KaoHsiung?
So far, I only have Love River on my list.
Please advise.. Thanks~

Re: How to plan a 2 days itinerary in KaoHsiung?

by nuttyazn

Hi,
For Kaohsiung:
http://www.kcg.gov.tw/english/# (Click on the tourism links)
http://invest.kcg.gov.tw/specstreet/homepage_e.htm (Click - skip, then click on any of the thumbnails for details)

Travel Tips for Kaohsiung

Lotus Lake Pavilions

by seagoingJLW

Two massive pavilions, dedicated to Kuan Kung, the God of War, the Apring and Autumn Pavilions were completed in 1951. In front of the Pavilions is a statue of Kuanyin, the Goddess of Mercy. She is riding a dragon.

South Cross Island Highway

by kenmerk

There are several ways to cross the island of Taiwan, the safest being to either bypass the mountains by looping around to the North or South.

However, the for the most scenic/scary adventure, try the South Cross Island Highway. This road bisects the island from Taitung to Tainan. Here you will cross 9000 ft high cliff hanger goat path roads and pass through tunnels that resemble leaky coal mine shafts. The area is complete with rainforest type scenery and monkeys scurrying about..

Driving across this road in the fog, I once almost ran head-on into a boulder large enough to bury a VW microbus.

The one saving grace is that there is usually not much traffic on this road, since even the locals are afraid of driving here. The best time to visit this area is fall/winter/early spring to avoid the rainy/landslide season...

Syidzwan Beach Scenery (¦è¤lÆW­·´º°Ï)

by sunnywong

Syidzwan located at the west side of Kaohsiung city presents sea bathing beach as its main scheme. It owns soft and fine sand- beach, the tall coconut trees full of the feeling of the south sea islands. On the beach you can dabble, play volleyball, doing sea bathing and enjoy the brilliant glow of the sunset during the summer. Historical Relics Exhibition Hall displays many information of Taiwan historical relics, it's the second class of ancient remains; Syungjen North Gate is an old gate of the city, built of red breaks.

Kaohsiung.

by lechap71

"KTV"

I went there to visit my friend Ben. Taiwan is not a tourist destination, but it is fascinating. Imagine all the regions of China condensed into one tiny strip of land, with a food selection to match. I spent a lot of time in KTV hotels, doing semi-forced karaoke. I can´t sing but I can move. The ladies liked it. I also went to a ´rave´ where nobody was smiling or having fun. Wonder what they were on? Maybe it had something to do with DJ Karaoke Jack. I stayed in Kaohsiung in the south but travelled around a bit on buses. Went to Kenting resort, which was hideous as the whole of Taiwan was also there. Basically one long traffic jam. Ali-San mountain resort is worth a trip. Took a small red steam train up the mountain. Had to share a room with a Polish medical student who kept saying "are you sure this is the way?" wherever we went. I got us both lost. I also went up to an aboriginal village near Tainan (the original population of Taiwan is not Chinese, more Polynesian/Micronesian). I was semi-kidnapped by a dreddlocked Canadian cafe owner and his alcoholic aboriginal wife. They kept foisting local whisky upon me. I had to ask where the bus was in a place where no-one spoke English (apart from him, but he was vague about it). So I saw a bus and got on. Luckilly it was the right one (and the last).

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