Interesting Art installation and lots of photo opportunities. Drop by on weekends for flea markets by local designers.
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Nice place to take photos, interesting art & accessories. Quite a big area to walk around. If time permitted, you can also enjoy a coffee break; restaurant looks nice. If you go on summer, please bring umbrella / wear a cap. There are some art...More
Came on a burning hot Friday at around 11am, there weren't many people which is good. Went into the information desk for a day pass- For TWD$149 you will get to enter certain exhibits for free, ride the mini train once and there is a...More
The whole complex is rather big, so figure on spending a whole afternoon here. Lots of outdoor installation art and statues, wall paintings, and even a mini-train you can ride. Indoors there are various exhibitions and shops. You are sure to find something you like.
The arts center was originally an abandoned warehouse site due to Kaohsiung's shift from industrial city to service city. The warehouses were built in 1973. Due to the persistence of local artists, the area was finally released and remade to be an arts center. It...More
Overrated even for people who enjoy sightseeing. There are far too little exhibits. We heard they removed some for renovation/construction. This place could be better developed if there are cafes or few more shops to hang around on top of the few arty exhibits. We...More
lovely place to spend your day,showcasing exhibits,pop up stalls,warehouses here have been converted into restaurants and shops,lots of unique artistic things done up here.
This area is undergoing a renaissance of sorts with old warehouses being converted into shops and restaurants. The statues and works of art were varied, fun, eclectic, and interesting. There is also a small train ride which was full of adults the time we visited....More