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Kaohsiung is a massive port city in southern Taiwan. It’s home to many skyscrapers, such as the 85th Sky Tower, Lotus Pond, Qijin Island, Fu Guang shan museum, and is known for its diversity of parks. Its focal point is the Love River, with walking paths and cafes, restaurants and cruise boats navigating its waters. Shopping options range from high-end malls to the Liuhe and Ruifeng night markets.
Kaohsiung also offers scenic mountains, ocean views, and rivers, as well as a port, cultural, and historic attractions. Kaoshiung is the second-largest city after Taipei and Kaohsiung is the lesser-known travel destination most people overlook in favor of the capital. But beneath the cover of this sleepy seaside city lies a treasure trove of undiscovered gems.
I travel from Taipei main station – Zouying (Kaohsiung) station by using THSR (high-speed train) booked ticket by KLOOK travel and it’s only 1 half-hour. Zouying station exit 5 for taxi meter car. From zouying station 25-30 mins by meter taxi car for (T$340) but you can also use red line metro train to sanduo shopping district station if you going to 85th sky tower or nearest area. And another good thing in Kaohsiung your not going to pay any admission fee/entrance fee for your tour.
Love River The Love River scenery is enhanced by attractive city structures near the river, such as the Holy Rosary Cathedral, Kaohsiung Bridge, and the Kaohsiung Love River station. Cultural events such as concerts and the Lantern Festival are often held by the river. Love River is now used for sightseeing, and there are duck boats, love boats and gondola rides for tourists to enjoy the city view. You can rent a bike as well around the area.
Pier 2 Art Center The Pier-2 Art Center is located in a lively downtown area next to Kaohsiung Harbor in Yancheng District. The arts center was originally an abandoned warehouse site due to Kaohsiung’s shift from an industrial city to a service city. Due to the persistence of local artists, the area was finally remade to be an arts center. In 2006, the Bureau of Cultural Affairs of Kaohsiung City Government and under the management of the Kaohsiung Pier-2 Art Development Association and took over the center, starting a series of exhibitions. Open Mon- Thur 10 am to 6 pm. Fri – Sun and holidays 10 am to 8 pm.
Fu Guang Shan Buddha Museum Fo Guang Shan, located in Dashu District, Kaohsiung, is the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan. The organization is also one of the largest charity organizations in Taiwan. How to get there? (Private car, Yellow taxi, Metro from Sanduo Station – THSR Zuoying station), follow the signed exit right. Buses to Fu Guang has a different time. Can pay by cash or tourist card. Open except Tuesday 9 am – 7 pm. Sat & Sun 9 am – 8 pm. Be ready it will take 3-4 hours to explore all around Fu Guang Shan. Toilets, Restaurants, Cafes, and souvenir shops are everywhere too.
Lotus Pond is an artificial lake and popular, scenic tourist destination on the east side of the Zuoying District in Kaohsiung. Opened in 1951, it is famous for the lotus plants on the lake and the numerous temples around the lake, including the Spring and Autumn Pavilions, the Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, and the Confucian Temple. Transportation to get there (Cars or Taxi, THSR, Metro, Bus). The best time to visit lotus pond is the early morning which is not much visitor and late afternoon is the most beautiful when the sun is reflected in the water.
Cijin/Quijin Island Is a tropical paradise that only 5 mins away from the pier Kaohsiung pier. Cijin is one of the best adventurous to do in Kaohsiung, first rent an electric bike that suited for your tour, but wait there’s more option if you visiting with your family. It’s time to see the Kaohsiung lighthouse, Cihou fort, Star tunnel, Mazu Temple, Shell Museum, Wind turbine park, Rainbow church and get some drinks & snacks around.
Liuhe Night Market The Liuhe Night Market is a tourist night market in Sinsing District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. It is one of the most popular markets in kaoshiung were selling local foods, drinks like papaya shake, seafood, handicrafts, clothing, cameras and more. Don’t miss the chef cooking sticky rice with Taiwan sausage (His in my video). This night market is close to Formosa MRT station where you can find the dome light show, this market starting from 5 pm till midnight. Follow the sign and just a few steps from the station.
Ruifeng Night Market Ruifeng is located between the Yucheng and Nanping Road (close to the Kaohsiung Municipal Sanmin Home Economics and Commerce Vocational High School),3 mins walk from Arena Station on the Gangshan to Siaogang Line (Red Line) and ruifeng is the largest and greatest night market in the city. Open every day except Wednesday from 5 pm till midnight.
Dream Mall is the largest shopping Mall in the city, located in Cianjhen District, Kaohsiung. To get there use a yellow taxi, bus, by foot or tram to Dream mall station(C5). Shopping, Eat everywhere as long as you can. Lots of options, affordable to high end.
85th Sky Tower Formerly known as Tuntex Sky Tower or T & C Tower, 85th sky tower is a skyscraper located in Lingya District And is one of the most architecturally distinct supertall skyscrapers ever completed. The building has a prong-shaped design incorporating two elevated podiums that support a pagoda-inspired tower. Don’t miss out to experience the great 85th Sky Tower Vacation Packages when you travel to Kaohsiung – see more AGODA85 Sky Tower hotel and TRIP. com85 Sky Tower flight deals! And more deals below!
My first time to spend the new year abroad. It feels different because I expect more fireworks like Manila in the Philippines but I shouldn’t also compare and I wanted to see the fireworks closer so we book a buffet dinner for 2000 Baht in Furama hotel because it’s in rooftop of the hotel, Furama Hotel has a small elevator (lol) the first time to try that small elevator, it’s cute (hmmm). The setup and theme were beautiful, girls were so polite and look pretty in their gown, dinner was great, it taste so fresh, they have a good music band, they have raffle games every 1 hour and the price is Free lunch buffet (not bad), right? Before the countdown, they distribute small stuff to make the sound for a new year. The expectation of the fireworks VS reality. There are no fireworks in Furama Hotel where I spent my new year eve. However, fireworks and lanterns in Old City and other areas were amazing even it was too short. I’m gonna share a short video of my New Year’s eve. How about your new years eve? What do you think about it? Share it with me below!
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I think the best coffee shops only you can find in Chiang Mai. The laidback nature of northern Thailand capital ensures a steady flow of customers who are quite happy to sit back and enjoy a great cup of coffee while soaking up the true nature of Chiang Mai. I love many different types of cafés in Chiang Mai; especially in the Nimman area, everywhere you go there are cute, cozy, fantastic coffee shops. The beans sourced from all over the world to local teak houses selling coffee sourced direct from the family farm – I have tried some of those and present the very best of them here. Of course, many of Chiang Mai’s best coffee shops also have brunch menus and homemade cakes, or that food so you can fill up for the day or treat yourself to something sweet while working or relaxing with a cup of coffee, free wifi is a big bonus. Also, I am not only crazy about the coffee here but also the brunch of every shop was amazing. I had try a lot of coffee shops but I have 6 the best and I am so excited to share it with you so that you can try when you visit to nimman area.
1. Ember Coffee & Eatery
American, Cafe, Contemporary, Fusion. Thai SPECIAL DIETS: Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free. Options MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Drinks. Seating, Free wifi, Table Service, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Street Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Family style, Relaxing Ambiance and valuable price. If You looking a strong coffee I do reccomend Ember hot Coffee.
Address: 14/1-2, Soi 4, Nimmana haeminda Rd, Su Thep, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Open: 7:30 AM – 8:00 PM
2. Rustic and Blue
Café Promoting Simple, Happy, Sustainable Lifestyle, Serving Homemade Artisan Food (Breakfast & Lunch, Dinner) , Desserts. Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Small Space inside Seating, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service. You get what you pay!
Address: Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 7, Tambon Su Thep, Mueang Chiang Mai, Thailand
Unique atmosphere and Interior design, Skilled barista and kind staff, they can speak English and reccomend your taste of coffee, plenty of pastries choices, very un usual taste of coffee. Such a great experience and great Ice coffee ever!
Address: One Nimman, Nimmanhaemin Rd, T.Suthep, Muang Chiang Mai, Thailand
Bright, Clean Atmosphere, Spacious and Contemporary design. Great taste and Very refreshing coffee, and a lots of choices. The Combination of coffee and fresh coconut is one the best that i ever had in chiangmai. Serving and size in reasonable price.
Address: 2 Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 9, T. SuThep, Mueang Chiang Mai, Thailand
Open: 8am- 9:30 pm
5. CottonTree Coffee Roaster
Brunch, Pastries is available. Indoor and outdoor seating. Cozy and relaxing ambiance. I love the woody design. Definitely one of the best coffee and one of my favorite.
Address: Green Hill Place, 45/38 M.5 Chang Phuak Subdistrict, Chiang Mai Thailand
Open: (Everyday) 8am – 4pm
6. Ristr8to Lab
Inspired by the specialty coffee culture around the world especially in Australia, Ristr8to serve a unique cups and arts like satan. Be ready of crowded costumer every single hour and day when you visit. They are busy all the time, so if you are looking for a quick zip of coffee to wake you up Ristr8to is ready to serve you.
Address: 14 Nimmana Haeminda Rd Lane 3, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Do you struggle to get out of your bed in the morning because it’s so warm and cozy? Or maybe because you feel tired? Or do you need coffee immediately in order to get moving?
I understand not everyone is a morning person, with just a few tricks you can improve your morning routines and be productive the whole day.
1. DITCH YOUR SMARTPHONE
Many people look at their smartphones within the first 5 minutes after waking up. Break that routine. Looking at the screen of your phone right away increases your stress level.
2. DO SOME SIMPLE STRETCH
A few gentle stretches before and after getting out of bed will activate your body and get your blood flowing for the day.
3. LET THE SUNLIGHT IN
Open the curtains and windows to get some light: light sends a signal to your brain that it’s time to be awake and stop producing melatonin, a sleep-regulating hormone. Get a deep breath and feel the morning fresh air.
4. TAKE A MINUTE
Give yourself a quiet minute in the morning. Drinking water in the morning keeps your body hydrated as the day starts, helps promote a sustained flow of blood to your skin and releases toxins from your system. Enjoy those minutes to drink your tea or coffee, think about what you need to do that day, or even write down your plan or things to do for today. Read some positive quotes. Nothing will make your day better than starting it with a positive mindset!
5. HAVE A GOOD BREAKFAST
Never have time for a tasty breakfast? According to Addidas runtastic, 31% of males and females between the age of 35 and 54 are breakfast skippers. How about getting up just 15 or 20 minutes earlier? A nutritious breakfast gives you energy and maintains more stable glucose responses during the afternoon and evening. Simple and easy breakfast like Banana Toast with peanut butter, avocado toast with egg, Oatmeal or Chia seeds with some berries. I use to have 1 boil egg and half of the banana when I don’t have much time and sometimes just get half a slice of apple with yogurt. Having Coffee every morning it’s like gasoline in my body to keep me moving and it gives me a lot of energy. My day is not complete without a coffee.
6. LISTEN A MUSIC
Music has always garnished healing strengths and can bring you in a good mood. A happy-good playlist would have you ready to kick your workday’s butt.
Now you are ready for the whole day, you have the energy to focus on your passion will not only make you feel better or make you happy, but your hard work will pay you off on the end.
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