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The Ambassador Hotel Kaohsiung - Kaohsiung Hotels
AU$230

The Ambassador Hotel Kaohsiung

202, MingSheng 2nd Road, Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (216 reviews)
Kindness Hotel Liouhe Night Market Zhongzhen - Kaohsiung Hotels

Kindness Hotel Liouhe Night Market Zhongzhen

112, Zhongzheng 4th Rd., Qianjin Dist., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (312 reviews)
Grand Hi Lai Hotel - Kaohsiung Hotels
AU$248

Grand Hi Lai Hotel

No.266, Cheng-kung 1st Rd., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
Very happy with my room. Plenty of dining choices on site; if you can afford it, department store under the hotel also had a wide variety of clothes etc.
A Traveller
Hotel Sunshine - Kaohsiung Hotels
AU$159

Hotel Sunshine

No.75, Jhonghua 4th Rd., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (326 reviews)
Kindness Hotel Liouhe Night Market Qixian - Kaohsiung Hotels

Kindness Hotel Liouhe Night Market Qixian

30, Tong-ai St., Xinxing Dist., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (353 reviews)
FX INN Kaohsiung Zhonghua Road Branch - Kaohsiung Hotels
AU$151

FX INN Kaohsiung Zhonghua Road Branch

No. 81, Zhonghua 3rd Rd., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (225 reviews)
Hotel Dua - Kaohsiung Hotels

Hotel Dua

NO 165,Lin- Sen 1st Rd, Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (18 reviews)
Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung - Kaohsiung Hotels
AU$183

Howard Plaza Hotel Kaohsiung

311, Qixian 1st Road, Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (136 reviews)
Located in city center, only take 10 minutes walk to Liuho Tourist Market and 20 minutes walk to railway station also within …More
The Riverside Hotel International - Kaohsiung Hotels

The Riverside Hotel International

NO.447, Hungping RD, Shiaugang Chiu,, Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (198 reviews)
Kindness Hotel Houyi Jiuru - Kaohsiung Hotels

Kindness Hotel Houyi Jiuru

339, Jiuru 2nd Rd., Sanmin Dist., Kaohsiung - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (236 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Kaohsiung

    Kaohsiung is a city that has ditched its old industrial appearance for a beautiful new face defined by green parks, cafes on the banks of Love River and a culture that is now on full display in museums and galleries rather than hidden away. It used to be that Taiwan’s second largest city was only a shadow of its capital, Taipei, but these days it is catching up fast. Check out our Kaohsiung hotels today and start planning your trip.

    The Love River doesn’t just have an awesome name - it is also an artery bringing life to Kaohsiung’s new attractions, twisting through the city centre before flowing into the harbour on Taiwan’s southwest coast. The long paths that run along both banks deep into the city are perfect for walking or cycling while you take in sailboats on the water by day and the beautiful riverside lighting by night.

    Highlights along the river include a short detour east to enjoy the calm fish ponds, small hedge maze and café with live music in Central Park. In fact, even the Central Park Station is a sight to see, with flower beds planted on the slopes surrounding by escalators as you descend underground. Further down the eastern promenade you will eventually reach the Heart of the Love River, a beautifully-landscaped part of the waterfront that mixes curved bridges and pathways with green grass, trees and beautiful lighting. Needless to say, it’s best to bring your loved one here at night to really turn up the romance.

    Another good place to get on a bicycle is Qijin District, which is a thin island separating the harbour from the sea. Catch the ferry across and you can pick your seafood straight from the tanks in the area’s many restaurants, followed up with a visit to Chihou Fort, a site with concrete pits and bunkers that will remind you of historic war films. Even if you aren’t a history buff, the hill that the bunker sits on offers spectacular panoramic views of the sea and cityscape.

    The enthusiastic shoppers among you will delight to know that Kaohsiung has the biggest mall in Taiwan. Once you’re done with the shops here make sure you check out the amusement park on the roof to take a ride on the Kaohsiung Eye Ferris Wheel or let the kids have a go in the inflatable floating balls.

    Kaohsiung adds a little personal twist to the end of its Chinese New Year celebrations (January-February) with the Kaohsiung Lantern Festival. Traditional and modern lantern displays line areas of the harbour and Love riverfront, and you’ll be able to feast at the many food stands between enjoying a live concert or two.

    Kaohsiung has turned into a fun destination with things to do in all of its corners. Book yourself a holiday with a selection from our Kaohsiung accommodation and list of flights to Taiwan.
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