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After the Duck Zhen meal we take a walk down to Banana harbor and Takao Railway museum. The place is popular with the local and many come with family to take pictures of the train. There are no admission charges so is good to spend...More
Near the Pier and the Pier 2 Art Centre is the old Kaohsiung Harbour railway station which has been converted into a railway museum. Situated on a large green park area popular for family picnics are several steam locomotives, several historic and more modern diesel,...More
It was nice day out, saw some old trains and history about Takao. The place is huge lots people coming here for picnic and let kids enjoy running with kite and play with bubbles. Nice place for family and little children to hangout. This is...More
Although there is not a great deal to see at the railway museum, what is there shows a lot of the history of the island and gives a sense of how things grew during the Japanese occupation. Also, just a short walk from the museum...More
It was beautiful. ....it has a replica of the city and it shows you how the train flows around the city. It has a camera that shows you on a monitor and the train as it approaches you.
Near by you can see some art...More
The museum is small and there are only a few old trains outside but still it is well worth a visit as there are lots of other things to see in this area. There is no entry charge and it is easily accessed by bus,...More
This free to enter museum is well worth a visit. It is located in the old Kaohsiung Harbour railway station and you can wander round the station master’s office, ticket office, etc before going outside to see the large exhibits. These include three Japanese-built steam...More
This is one of the highlights of my stay in Kaohsiung as entering the museum gives one that glimpse of the past, alongside their modern railway system. I loved walking through the landscaped areas even if it was noon.
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It is free. Once you have finished visiting the Takao Railway Museum, you can hop over to Pier-2 which is just behind Takao Railway Museum. There you will find many art pieces e.g. paintings on buildings, sculptures etc... More
It is free. Once you have finished visiting the Takao Railway Museum, you can hop over to Pier-2 which is just behind Takao Railway Museum. There you will find many art pieces e.g. paintings on buildings, sculptures etc. Enjoy your trip!