City, Local Experience, Museums / Culture, Shore Excursion
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children must be at least 4 feet tall
Suitable for mature teenagers
You must be able to get in and out of a car
Maximum travelers: 6
English (fluent), Mandarin (fluent), Taiwanese (fluent)
Full-day city tour with a local guide!
Kaohsiung is the second largest city in Taiwan, she was the host city for the 2009 World Games. Due to the regulating effects of the marine climate, Kaohsiung is generally sunny and enjoys pleasant weather year-round. Known as "Taiwan's Maritime Capital, " the city has worked hard in recent years to reform herself into a city of tourism, including through beautification of the urban landscapes.
Kaohsiung is home to several popular tourist attractions, including Lotus Pond, Moon World, Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum, MLD Market, Love River and Lio Hur night market.
*Lotus Pond - Traditional religious experience
*Moon World - Rare bad land terrain
*Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum - Features the Buddha's relics
*MLD market - Refurbished from an old aluminum plant
*Love river - The canal that flows through Kaohsiung
*Lio Hur night market
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick up my tours anywhere in Kaohsiung.
Tours arriving in Kaohsiung Harbor by cruise ships that anchor at Pier 7 and Pier 9 should walk a short distance out of the No.4 Checking Station (when facing the sea, No.4 Checking Station is about 600 m away on the right hand side).
End location: Tours can end the journey anywhere they like
Duration: 8 hours
Clean, air-conditioned private van will serve the trip.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2000 NTD - food, drink, souvenir, restroom
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Tom has been great: careful, patient, flexible. We were traveling with 2 kids (3 yrs / 4 mths), he adjusted the tour to their needs, and was always happy to help. As soon as he understood our interests he modified the tour adding special places such as Moon World and the "Bomb" temple close to Kaohsiung. He cared that we experienced local specialities like sugar apple and betel nuts (...ok, the lastone we didn't dare!). He helped us trying to sort things out with Air China, hotels and train tickets.