The Peir-2 art zone is the part of this place. Nice walk both daytime and night.
This is the largest port in Taiwan. The boats in the port seem to be ready for departure. Some of them sail slowly. The sea looks calm and the railway square around them is very close. After enjoying the scenery of the harbour, you can go to the square and have a good time.
Kaohsiung Port is located in Kaohsiung City, formerly known as Dagou Port. It is the most important commercial port in southern Taiwan and the largest port in Taiwan. It is an important leading role in Kaohsiung tourism. Tourists can enjoy Kaohsiung Port's water customs. As a world-famous port, the beauty of the port is no less than that of the world-famous port. Kaohsiung Harbour has a reputation of the capital of the sea, the waterfront city and so on. This is not only because Kaohsiung Port is an excellent seaport because of its unique geographical location, but also because of its excellent natural landscape, abundant cultural relics and unique tourism resources. Tourists here can not only enjoy seafood, but also feel the harbour customs and enjoy the harbour civilization.
Actually, I don't know if the port next to Barge 2 Art Zone is a proper Kaohsiung port, but in short, there are many boats parked here. Besides sightseeing boats, there are also large scientific research boats and so on. They look very elegant and envy this special and interesting profession. When they go, the sea breeze is not big and the sun is plentiful. So even in winter, they still feel very good. Hot, I don't know why so many local people wear down. I've been riding my bicycle all morning in short sleeves.
Our first stop in Taiwan is clean sky, blue sea water, riding a bicycle which is not provided by the hotel. In one day, we can take a tour of Kaohsiung's scenic spots. But Kaohsiung's sun is really poisonous. We must do a good job of sun protection. I will come again when I have a chance. I strongly recommend Kaohsiung Harbor. There is a big and medium-sized port next to it. Many people are fishing at the wharf.
Large boats are moored on the edge of the city. It's very interesting. What's the number to take a picture? I'm passing here by bicycle. It's suggested that my friends from Kaohsiung take a cycling tour. The subway can also take the bicycle down. I didn't know I had taken many wrong roads before.
Kaohsiung Port is a seaport located in southern Taiwan, adjacent to Kaohsiung City, and the largest port in southern China. It is a large comprehensive port with railways and expressways as means of freight collection and distribution. There are 100,000 tons of ore and sand wharf, coal wharf, oil wharf, natural gas wharf and container wharf in the port. There are more than 80 berths, more than 18 kilometers long shoreline and 25 groups of mooring buoys. The annual throughput of the port is about 560 million tons. The port has a large dry dock of one million tons and two single point mooring facilities of 250,000 tons. Kaohsiung Port is one of the major container ports in the world. In 1989, container throughput reached 3.383 million standard boxes, ranking fourth in the world.
Kaohsiung Port is an excellent seaport because of its unique geographical location. It also has excellent natural landscape, abundant cultural relics and unique tourism resources. Tourists here can not only taste seafood, experience Hakka folk culture, but also feel the harbour customs and enjoy the harbour civilization.
As a port city, Kaohsiung Port must have a decisive position for this city. Kaohsiung Port is one of the most prosperous ports in Asia during the Four Little Dragons Period. In 1989, container throughput reached 3.383 million standard boxes, ranking fourth in the world.
Once the third largest port in the world, its throughput is still the largest in Taiwan. The port is protected by the Qijin Peninsula, and the bay is not vulnerable to heavy weather and waves, so it is very efficient to use as a wharf. However, with the development of the times, the size of the area is hard injury. With the refutation of second-class places as art special zones, now the function of the port is gradually changing to the direction of tourism. Many cruise ships are now moored in the harbour, and it is also a must for Love River cruise routes.