Royal Lees Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

105 Wu-Fu 1st Rd., Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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  • Families80
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business57

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Kaoshiung 3 days 2 nights F&E

by stormei

i will be going to kaoshiung this may with my parents. however i need help on the intineary for a 3 days and 2 nights holiday. Any sugggestion? and also which hotel is recommendable to stay? Thank you!

Re: Kaoshiung 3 days 2 nights F&E

by DSwede

When I visited Kaohsiung, I stayed with friends, so I cannot speak for hotel options.

However, I will recommend you visit Liu-Ho Night Market. Also, take the short commuter ferry to Cijin. Over there, you can see the lighthouse, harbor point, fishing village, as well as take in some good local seafood dishes.

Details for both are on my Kaohsiung page.

Re: Kaoshiung 3 days 2 nights F&E

by nuttyazn

I am not really familiar with Kaohsiung. This is a really good NEW site with Info on Kaohsiung

A good 3* - Many forumers and I have stayed here:
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Travel Tips for Kaohsiung

Sun Bathing Paradise

by vividvivian

This time i go to Tainan (south of Taiwan) - Kao Shiung and Kenting.

Kao Shiung looks more or less like Taipei city, just that Taipei city has more people. Kao Shiung is one of the busy cities in Taiwan where transportations never stops.

Once you leave Kao Shiung and spend 2 hours to Kenting. You will totally the difference. Kenting is a nice place to tourist, it is one of the tourism spots where you can relax and have fun for your holidays. Sun Shines and sea breeze. Stalls on the street at night, what a nice place to be.

Solemn Temple


FoGuangShan is one of the most influencial Buddhism temple in Taiwan. It was founded by Master XingYun, who come to Taiwan with KMY government on late 1940s. The place is big enough to accomdate one college, one high school, one dormitory for the prayer, and serval tourist shops. I have heard of this place for long time, but I came here with a non-buddhist. Lucky enough I could proudly introduce my religion to my friend.
This place locates in the remote area of Kaohsiung County, please take a bus 150, 151 here. It takes you more than an hour to arrive from KH Train Station.
Masters here are very friendly, if you are not a buddhist, it's okay, you don't need to pray with incense, but as a matter of politeness, please hold you hand and greet to the buddha statue. You are always more polite to greet if you enter someone's home.

Tuntex Skyscraper

by chewy3326

Tuntex Skyscraper (Tuntex Sky Tower) (Kaohsiung 85 Tower) is the tallest building in Kaohsiung at 348 meters (1,140 feet) tall. It has 85 floors and has an observation deck, which I didn't visit. The shape of this building is noteworthy: the building is designed to look like the Chinese word Kao (高),the first part of the name Kaohsiung. Tuntex Sky Tower is the second tallest building in the Republic of China; when it was completed in 1997, it replaced Taipei's Shin-Kong Life Tower as the tallest on the island, and was the tallest building in Taiwan until 2003, when Taipei 101 surpassed it. Tuntex Sky Tower contains the second highest hotel rooms in the world, surpassed only by Shanghai's Jin-Mao Tower.

The Southern City

by DSwede

Kaohsiung was a brief stop for me, but since I had some friends and contacts here, I was immediately plugged in and able to capitalize on my time.

It is the second largest city in Taiwan, behind Taipei. But it is still a bustling city, with many of the things that make Taiwan famous. There is a strong financial center, temples, parks and one of the largest and busiest commercial ports.

Just to the south of the main city, is a small island of Cijin. It has been a center of fishing, fish markets and local recreation for decades.

It also has some reminders of the chaos that once was, with bunkers and fortifications towards the open sea for naval military invasions.

For some more general thoughts on my time here, feel free to visit my Taiwan page.

(for more pictures, feel free to visit my Taiwan Gallery. If you enjoy the pictures, please leave a comment.)


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