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#1 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
In the main hall, there are three splendid Buddha Shrines and four museums: Museum of Buddhist Festivals, Museum of the Life of The Buddha, Museum of Buddhist Underground Palaces, Museum of Fo Guang Shan.
Many small museums within the area, for your understanding of Buddhism.
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#2 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Filled with gorgeous wall art pieces, sculptures, museums, and even a cinema, you can easily spend 2-3 hours admiring this place.
The area comprises a few restaurants, modern museums and is still growing (some buildings are still under renovation)
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#3 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts had various interesting works of art and displays and a vast area to walk around and explore.
Fantastic modern art museum set in a large park.
#4 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Big museums with many exhibitions for kids.
In the museum, there's simulator to drive a bull cart, bus, train, plane, fighter jet, boat and railway cart.
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#5 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Learn History of Kaohsiung Here More Than Kaohsiung Historcal Museum!
Now, it is a museum devoted to telling the story of rail travel in Taiwan.
#6 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Having a rich history since the days where Japan ruled Taiwan, a vast majority of the sugar museum is now abandoned with a couple of cylinders and buildings still processing sugar.
the old sugar mill and the surrounding grounds are now a museum and an art village.
Fengyi Academy Fengshan
#7 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Cihou Fort Qijin
#8 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
#9 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
Sometimes the local museums teach you the most.
#10 of 30 Museums in Kaohsiung
For English speakers, the all Chinese Language museum is very basic, however rounding the corner into the next room, the massive representation of many Taiwan cities connected by rail and sprinkled with many anima...