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Published: 04/01/11

Kaohsiung Places

Jiaming Lake, in Yushan National Park, is open after a yearlong restoration due to a major typhoon Morakot who hit Taiwan in August 2009. The oval lake, with sapphire water, has a rich wildlife and the trail has been fully repaired. The numbers of visitors are limited to 70 per day. People interested to visit the lake can apply online to Taitung District office, http://recreation.forest.gov.tw ...

Published: 04/01/11

Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung - the second largest city in Taiwan - is situated in southern Taiwan. The population is 1.5 million with a total of 4 million in the environs. The city has made great efforts to green itself, a noble effort given that it has the highest concentration of motorcycles - 1.15 million - of any city on the island ...

Published: 12/01/10

Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung - the second largest city in Taiwan - is situated in southern Taiwan. The population is 1.5 million with a total of 4 million in the environs. The city has made great efforts to green itself, a noble effort given that it has the highest concentration of motorcycles - 1.15 million - of any city on the island ...

Published: 12/01/10

Kaohsiung Food Show 2010
Passionate people & wonderful food

Full setting of flavor, food & opportunity
Here's your invitation to Kaohsiung FOOD, the most renowned food expo in south Taiwan. Buyers cherish this TAITRA-organized event for letting them quickly source the production and processing base that handles more than 40% of food output - into and out of Taiwan - including grains, fish, pork, confectionaries, and more ...

Published: 10/01/10

Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung - the second largest city in Taiwan - is situated in southern Taiwan. The population is 1.5 million with a total of 4 million in the environs. The city has made great efforts to green itself, a noble effort given that it has the highest concentration of motorcycles - 1.15 million - of any city on the island ...

Published: 10/01/10

Kaohsiung Places

Dream Mall, Jhonghua 5th Rd. in the east and Chenggong Rd. in the west, is the first shopping mall in the southern part of Taiwan that hostess a cinema, theme park and restaurants ...

Published: 02/01/10

The 2010 Kaohsiung Lantern Festival : A Warm Welcome to the Year of the Tiger on the Seventh Day of the Lunar New Year

The 2010 Kaohsiung Lantern Festival will take place from February 20th to March 7th, 2010 (the seventh through to the twentieth day of the first lunar month). Under sponsorship from the Kaohsiung city government, this festival will put the spotlight on Kaohsiung, notably the areas surrounding the Pier of Honor and the Lovers' River. This year, old attractions have been switched for new ones, with some integrating the special characteristics of Kaohsiung culture and others incorporating international art. This luminous idea will help turn the festival into an international cultural event, aside from adding an incentive to Kaohsiung tourism itself ...

Published: 12/01/09

Kaohsiung Places

Dream Mall, Jhonghua 5th Rd. in the east and Chenggong Rd. in the west, is the first shopping mall in the southern part of Taiwan that hostess a cinema, theme park and restaurants ...

Published: 07/01/09

Kaohsiung Places

Dream Mall, Jhonghua 5th Rd. in the east and Chenggong Rd. in the west, is the first shopping mall in the southern part of Taiwan that hostess a cinema, theme park and restaurants ...

Published: 06/01/09

Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung - the second largest city in Taiwan - is situated in southern Taiwan. The population is 1.5 million with a total of 4 million in the environs. The city has made great efforts to green itself, a noble effort given that it has the highest concentration of motorcycles - 1.15 million - of any city on the island ...

Published: 05/01/09

Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung is the second largest city in Taiwan, situated in the south, with a population of 1,5 million people. The city has a first class harbor that can accommodate vessels up to 100,000 tons ...



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