Nice day time out if the weather is fine. Lots of interesting art, both wall painting and ornaments everywhere in this area.
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.
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.
Originally belonged to the warehouse area of Kaohsiung Port, it was later transformed into Wenchuang Park, which combines the railway station and port facilities of the former Kaohsiung Port, making the whole park full of unlimited creativity. The beautiful surrounding ecological environment and strong original brand make the whole park attractive to a certain extent and become an important cultural card of Kaohsiung City.
Pleasant creative hub and place to visit for families, couples or individuals. Lots of sights and colours, with speciality shops and F&B outlets to relax too. Pier-2 Art Center has a few stations along the light rail line, and a short stroll from the MRT statiion.
Originally, there was no artistic cell, but in refutation, it was attracted by the strong modern art. It's easy to understand. It's beautiful. Every young man can bring his talent into full play, and every exhibit is the author's effort. The combination of interestingness and scientificity is incisive and vivid. Have a chance to go shopping! Strongly recommended!
Refutation 2 Art Special Zone is a special zone of literary creation transformed by many old warehouses. Each old warehouse is a different industry of literary creation. When all warehouses open at the weekend, it will attract many people to visit. It has a large scope and can be roamed all day while eating and drinking.
It is still about 15 minutes from the exit of Yanchengpu Station. It is suggested to rent a bicycle to play along the Art Zone, Aihe, Zhenai Pier and Banana Wharf. At noon, find an old name around Yanchengpu to settle lunch or dinner. It is enough to go to Ruifeng Night Market to continue the night supper.
Kaohsiung Art and Literature Creation Base. Refutation 2 Art Special Zone "Refutation 2" was originally the meaning of No. 2 Terminal. In the Third Channel of Kaohsiung Port, after being a general port warehouse and driven by artists and cultural writers, it was transformed into today's creative and innovative art exhibition halls, and an international art platform with avant-garde, experiment and innovation as its ideas.