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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung
... a rainbow Ferris wheel at the top. Finally we arrived at the Howard Plaza Hotel and had a wonderful buffet dinner! This first day was a blast!
We're looking forward to the next day ahead of us!
Written by Afreen G, Caitlyn L, and Courtney ...
No, not rich. There are plenty of people here with money. Taiwan is definitely a first world country. We are part of the 1% of non-Asians in Taiwan. Which means people notice us, in a polite way. Lots of strangers say hello, and even "welcome to Taiwan", ...
Like in India, a surprising lack of diversity. I had thought that all major cities in the world were becoming like San Francisco, where there is NO majority group, and people from every continent live in every neighborhood. Nope, it's not like that, not yet. It's beautiful jet-black hair as far as the eye can see, except that 5-10% of the men and women opt to tint their hair auburn.
Our friend Luisa tells us that many of the people in ...
Kaohsiung has two night markets, open every day of the year. Several blocks are closed to traffic, and filled with food vendors and stalls selling purses, t-shirts, iPhone covers, and tchotchkes. Kaohsiung is a coastal city, so there's a lot of fresh seafood at the stalls. That and something called "stinky tofu" which is apparently an acquired taste, like French cheeses. It was a very fragrant ...
The night market, like other night markets elsewhere in Taiwan, is huge and famous for their stall delicacies.
It is within short walking distance from the Formosa Boulevard KRT Station. In order to get there, follow the signboard available within the KRT station.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services