가오슝에 가시면 꼭 가봐야 하는장소 입니다ㆍ사진스팟도 볼거리들이 너무 많은곳입니다ㆍ지하철 MRT역이랑 멀지도 않으니 꼭 방문해보세요^^~*
tv모 프로에서 소개된 곳이라 왠지 익숙하기도했고 대만의 또다른 모습에 좋은 인상을 받은곳이예요. 조용히 또다른 문화를 즐길수 있어서 좋았어요. 강추합니다
주말에 벼룩시장도 열려요낮도 좋지만 밤이 더 분위기 있는듯지상전철 꼭 타보세요
Much like Shenzhen's Overseas Chinese Creative Industry Park, there are some pavilions in the park where tickets are required. Adult pass (including small trains) is NT 149, and children under 12 are exempted from tickets. But if you want to take a small train, you have to pay NT 99. This ticket is actually not necessary to buy. There are several pavilions that need it. Most of them can visit, take photos, walk around some literature and art shops for free of charge. Trains are pediatrics. It's absolutely weird for adults to sit on them. It takes about two hours to walk around the park, including a meal and a drink.
보얼특구가 없는 까오슝은 정말 지루한 도시일거다.하지만 여기에 접근하기 쉽고 저렴한 트램까지 있으니 어찌 그냥 지나칠수 있을까?
Rejecting the second special art zone, Kaohsiung must go to one of the places. It's really interesting. It's a big place. It's estimated that a day's stroll will be OK. There are markets, upside-down houses, various small museums, restaurants, trains, squares and so on. It's very interesting, but there are many New Year celebrities. The queue lasted more than half an hour while playing in the inverted house. All kinds of artistic sculptures show a strong sense of petty endowment, oh no, artistic flavor. There's also a lot to eat. There are local snacks in Taiwan. It's good to eat and stroll. What we can't miss is the black ice cream at the door, and the little train that goes straight up and whines. The inverted house appears within the time limit. I don't know if it will be there next time.