Sightseeing

周邊景點

Fengyi AcademyChengqing LakeWei-Wu-Ying Center for the ArtsNational Science and Technology Museum

Professional, Creative, One & Only in Taiwan The Da Dong Art Center is positioned as a multi-functional art space. It boasts multi-purpose performance halls, commercial creative art space for exhibitions and an unique art library.New Artistic Nucleus The Da Dong Art Center began operations in early 2012. It is an integrated nucleus that supports all artistic and cultural activities. The center is designed to respect our natural environment, half of the center is an outdoor space that maximizes the utilization of natural environment elements such as breezes, light, rain etc., to create an oriental Zen atmosphere.The future plan for the center is to develop an artistic and cultural metropolitan network, connecting the Kaohsiung MRT, Wei Wu Ying Center for the Arts and Kaohsiung Cultural Center. Da Dong Art Center - Taiwans Cutting-edge Cultural Park of the 21st Century.Garnering All Feedback Striving to Develop Da Dong After the administrative merger of the city with the county, the management team of the Da Dong Art Center invited several well-known artistic talents to consult on the building of the art center. To enable the most efficient development of the Da Dong District, the team implemented a 360˚ feedback system, and thus successfully established the Da Dong Art Center as an artistic nucleus. It is the teams goal to realize every need of the artistic and cultural population in Taiwan.

In the 19th year of reign of Jiaqing Emperor in Qing Dynasty, Fengyi Academy was established in Xincheng (current Fengshan). In addition to teaching, Fengyi Academy also serves as a Wenchang Temple, Respect word Pavilion, examination center, warehouse, Temple of Cao-Jin, Shrine of Five Literary Men, and free teaching. It is also the place for litigation settlement and “Annal Compilation and Interview Bureau". In 2009, Fengyi Academy was renovated and the construction was completed in 2013. After renovation, Fengyi Academy presents an original appearance of historical site, and displays the operation of the Academy, introduction to imperial examination, history of Fengshan, and history of Fengyi Academy based on the atmosphere. Such renovation activates the earliest, most complete, and largest academy existing in Taiwan. (Copied from Fengyi Academy)

Chengqing Lake is located in Kaohsiung Citys Niaosong District. It is the largest lake in the Kaohsiung area, developed originally as a reservoir to meet the need for water for industrial use. Later on the lake was improved through environmental landscaping, until today it offers the beauty of a forested park. It was opened to the public as a tourist destination in 1960. The surface of the lake has a water area of more than 300 hectares, and the highway that has been built around it stretches for a total of seven kilometers.The tranquil beauty of the area has led it to be given the sobriquet, "West Lake of Taiwan." The best known of the lakes attractions is probably its Bridge of Nine Turns, which was built in 1960; it is 230 meters long and 2.5 meters wide, and does indeed have nine turns.

Located at Fengshan District, Kaohsiung City, Wei-Wu-Ying Center for the Arts has an area of 9.9 hectare and is adjacent to Weiwuying Metropolitan Park. Surrounded by the green sea, Wei-Wu-Ying Center has a sonic appearance and wave-like form, resembling a big skate. The streamline radian slides onto the ground and combines with the surroundings. It is a progressive design full of eco awareness. Wei-Wu-Ying Center for the Arts has four indoor performance halls: theater, music hall, medium theater, and performance hall, and one outdoor theater. In addition, an outdoor plaza, restaurants, cultural artwork shop, multi-function hall, observation deck on the roof, and parking lot are also set up. (Copy from Wei-Wu-Ying Center for the Arts)

National Science and Technology Museum opened in November 1997. The museum is not only a prominent organization of social education, it is also the first and largest museum of applied science in Taiwan. It occupies a base area of 19 hectares, and is divided north and south by Jiuru Road. The museum comprises several permanent galleries and three temporary galleries as well as the IMAX 3D theater.
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