Kaohsiung lover takes you to must-see destinations

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Amedee, a Polish photographer who has lived in Kaohsiung for more than six years, made a beautifully-filmed video to introduce the best places to eat, have fun, and photograph in the southern city, hoping to show you the unique charm of the city.

In recent years, Kaohsiung has been changing very fast, and there are new scenic spots every year for visitors to discover.

Amedee recommends the “Lotus Pond,” which boasts Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temples. (Courtesy of Amedee)

The photographer loves the modern architecture of Kaohsiung, which is unique in its own way, for instance, the Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park Exhibition Hall, Kaohsiung Exhibition Center and Kaohsiung Public Library.

In addition to modern architecture, Kaohsiung has also preserved various unique temples, among which Amedee recommends the “Lotus Pond,” which boasts Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temples.

The Dragon Tiger Pagoda (Courtesy of Amedee)

The Dragon Tiger Pagoda attracts both local and overseas tourists every year to enjoy its beauty.

When you’re hungry after a long day of the walk, Kaohsiung has a wide variety of food to suit everyone’s tastes.

The Dragon Tiger Pagoda (Courtesy of Amedee)

If you like to be close to nature, Amedee also recommends some of the natural destinations, such as Sizihwan and Shoushan, which are less than 10 minutes’ drive from the city center.

The Polish photographer ended by sharing a secret that only locals know. After knowing this secret, anyone can get around Kaohsiung without getting lost, he said.

Polish photographer Amedee (Courtesy of Amedee)

Let’s take a look at some of Amedee’s most recommended Kaohsiung attractions!

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