Paris Business Hotel

No.8 Zili Second Road, Kaohsiung, 800, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.8 Zili Second Road, Kaohsiung.
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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

Waiting 等候

A travel blog entry by sjm904 on Jun 01, 2014

Just about one hour until we leave Tainan. Trying to stay awake. It's morning in America now. 一個小時後 ;要離開台ࡕ 5;。我硬不Š 01;睡,美國 694;在是早上 ...

A story of hot spring bathing

A travel blog entry by beoms on Dec 08, 2013

... ai dû prendre le train puis deux bus différents. Une fois de plus, le trajet s'est bien passé grâce à la gentillesse des gens. Le contrôleur de la station de Xinying m'a bien fait marrer. Une fois qu'il a eu connaissance de ma destination il a passé son temps à désigner chaque bus qui arrivait/partait en faisant une croix avec ses bras pour s'assurer que je n'y monte pas. Après 25min de ce manège, il a désigné un bus avec un grand sourire. Ok c'est le bon, xie ...


A travel blog entry by luciecox on Oct 28, 2013

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Anping, known for its seafood and mostly shrimp that comes in all declinations: fresh, wontons, dumplings, crackers, pancakes and even choux. The town has a few beautiful shrines that are very different from the ones we saw in previous countries, lots of ornaments, more offerings and enough incense to make you faint. The highlight of the day though was the sunset, that happens quite early at this time of year in Taiwan (5pm ish) and it was just beautiful, as the pictures will ...

Sightseeing in Kaohsiung

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 13, 2013

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... The water there is so heavily polluted, I wonder how the poor creatures actually survive. There was a guy trying to fish in that water as well.

We went to the Dragon and Tiger Pagodas first. You had to pat the dragon statue on its head first, then the back, in order to have prosperity. Like the Blarney Stone, I think you have to wash your hands after that. We had to enter the mouth of the dragon, walk through a tunnel with images on the wall that depict gruesome scenes ...

Lost in Tainan

A travel blog entry by alisonoudman on Jun 17, 2013

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... We each had a pork one, then I tried sesame and Michael had red bean. The pork was excellent but I wouldn't order the others again. We sat in the park in a bit of shade with the breeze and enjoyed people watching while eating. Then because it was still so hot we went to the Taiwanese Literary Museum mainly because it had ac. It was still a very nice and modern museum. After an hour at the museum we had cooled down enough to wander around the streets and ...