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Weather, the best time to travel to Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung is a port city in Taiwan and it is the second-largest city in the country. It perfectly encapsulates the essence of a metropolitan city. It has many architectural marvels, such as the 248m-tall Tuntex Sky Tower, and is famous for its diverse gardens and parks. The Love River is the focal point of this city that has many cozy and picturesque cafes along the bank, and you can enjoy the views from the cruise navigating through its water. Kaohsiung is a fantastic city to visit all around the year as it has warm weather all year round. From October to March is the dry season, with temperatures between 29°C to 22°C, which makes it the best time to visit. Visiting Kaohsiung during early to mid-February is considered best as the famous Kaohsiung Lantern Festival falls sometime around this time. So you are likely to experience a lot of crowd as not only tourists, but local people also come to enjoy this festival from the neighboring cities.

Airports near Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung is served by one airport, Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH), which is an international and domestic airport that connects Taiwan and other destinations across the globe with this city. Located in the Xiaogang District, only 10 km from the city center of Kaohsiung, it is the second busiest airport in Taiwan. This airport has two terminals for domestic and international flights, respectively. The best way to commute to or from the airport is by taking the metro, which is convenient and cheap. It takes around 30 minutes to get to the city center by metro and costs around 35 TWD. You can also choose to take a taxi from the airport, which is a bit pricey but it is the most convenient option as it takes you directly to your accommodation.

Transportation in Kaohsiung

The public transport system in Kaohsiung is quite convenient. Few taxi services have English speaking staff and provide pick up services. The prepaid iPass or Easy Card is a convenient way of using public transportation and saves you from all the hassles of paying in cash. The KMRT train systems are most commonly used as the network is well connected to the main spots in the city. Buses are also a practical option for reaching major Kaohsiung attractions. The LRT train is another mode of transport, which is a Spanish-designed light rail system and is a great way to explore the southeastern end of the harbor. Ferries are also widely used as a mode of transport between Ren'ai Pier and Guobin Pier. 

How to Get to Kaohsiung

If you are flying in from the city of Singapore, it typically costs around 10,000 TWD. There are multiple direct flights from Singapore to Kaohsiung International Airport (KHH). Many cheaper airlines offer direct or connecting flights to this airport, depending on the route or origin. If you are traveling on a budget, you are likely to get the cheapest and most convenient flight options to Kaohsiung. But the actual price, schedule, or connectivity of flights vary, depending on your origin. Famous airlines like AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Cathay Dragon operate direct flights to Kaohsiung, usually with one or more layovers. Frequent flyers can avail cheap flights to Kaohsiung at the last minute, but for first-time travelers, it is always better to make bookings months in advance. Getting to the city center from Kaohsiung International Airport is quite convenient. You can use the airport taxi services, buses or trains for a convenient option. 

Hotels in Kaohsiung

 There is a huge variety of hotels in Kaohsiung that you can choose from. Kaohsiung hotels cater to everyone's needs and budget ranging from economical travelers to those who wish to splurge on luxury hotels. Xinxing District, Lingya District, Zuoying District, and Sanmin District have all kinds of the budget as well as luxury hotels. If you are on a budget trip, looking for cheap hotels in Kaohsiung, you are likely to find a mid-range hotel in a minimum of 500 TWD. Any decent 3-star hotels in these popular neighborhoods will cost you around 700 TWD to 1,100 TWD. As you go beyond that budget for Kaohsiung Hotel deals, you can book Kaohsiung Hotels in a 5-star category that will cost you around 2000 TWD to 3,500 TWD or more. These are just the estimated prices for decent accommodation in a great neighborhood that holds most of the time. But, if you choose a peak season to visit when it is crowded with tourists, these rates might change. It is advised to book your hotels at your earliest availability to get the best Kaohsiung hotel deals. 

Top tourist attractions in Kaohsiung

There are so many exciting and amazing Kaohsiung attractions for you to explore. But, these attractions should be on top of anyone's list! Kaohsiung Harbour, known as the love pier, is a perfect venue for a date. There are many extravagant cozy cafés and bars with outdoor seating available. You can take a cruise by the docks along the river, or you can just go out for a stroll along the bank while soaking in the beauty of this city. The Lotus Pond, the city's most popular attraction, is something you shouldn't miss to see. You will see beautiful lush green pathways along the shores. This iconic place has around twenty temples on its shores that includes popular historical attractions like Tiger and Dragon Pagodas. 

Top Places to dine and shop in Kaohsiung

While visiting Kaohsiung, you might not wanna miss out on its amazing Taiwanese cuisine and delicious seafood. And for that, you must head over to the famous Dacheng Street or Linen Street. Kaohsiung night markets also have a pretty good local food scene where you can try the delicious Wonton soup, Fried Duckling with Taro Stuffing, dry beef noodle, dumplings, youtiao, baozi, dancing and San-He-Yi Shao-Bing You-Tiao ( 3-in-1 donut). These markets are jam-packed with tiny shops, food stalls, vintage clothing stalls, and souvenirs shops offer some of the best street foods in Kaohsiung.

The Liuhe and Ruifeng Night Markets in Kaohsiung will be a fantastic experience. You can find some of the best places to buy local snacks, souvenirs as well as traditional tea. Shinkuchan Shopping District has a great street shopping scene as well as high-end malls for you to splurge on shopping. helps you experience the majestic port city of Kaohsiung by narrowing down flight options and displaying Kaohsiung Hotel Deals most suitable to you. Along with this, their efficient 24*7 customer service ensures that you have a pleasant trip.

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