Discover the many wonders of Zuoying District, including the famous Lotus Pond
Walk around the Lotus Pond, named for the beautiful, lush lotus plants scattered over the surface
Discover the many temples and pagodas surrounding the Lotus Pond, especially the ornate Spring and Autumn Pavillions
Explore other noteworthy landmarks in Zuoying, such as the Old City and the National Stadium
Feast on the local snacks available at Lotus Park, such as Ben Beef noodles and Gong Carrabolla soup
Hotel pick up and drop off, insurance and mineral water are all included
Zuoying District has a lot to offer its many visitors, with one of the most sought-after sites being the Lotus Pond. This man-made lake plays habitat to a variety of exotic lotus plants, as well as temples and pagodas scattered all over the perimeter of the lake, you'll really get the feeling of being somewhere mystical. One of the most noteworthy sites across its shores are the Spring and Autumn Pavilions, marvelous sights on their own, but also an excellent vantage point for those who want to view the lake. The tour also takes you to the walls of the Old City of Zuoying, as well as the National Stadium, the largest stadium in Taiwan. Make sure to try the many food specialties at Lotus Pond, especially the scrumptious Ben Beef noodles!
Min 2 Traveler(s)
Hotel Pick Up
72 Hours Cancelation
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Pick Up Details:
Pick up available from your Kaohsiung area hotel, Zuoying High Speed Rail Station, Kaohsiung Train Station, or Kaohsiung International Airport
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Although I cannot remember what the Lotus Pond was like when I first visited more than twenty years ago, I am pretty sure that it was not as picturesque and popular as it is today. Be sure to visit the most famous Dragon and Tiger Pagodas when you arrive. Enter the dragon's pagoda through its snout and exit the tiger's pagoda through its mouth for good luck. Climb, if you can, to the top (6th) floor of each pagoda and look around the entire area from above. Take an easy and nice walk around the pond and visit the dozen nearby temples that add a religious touch to the area. The views of the pagodas in the pond and the mountains against the sunset are notably beautiful. The Lotus Pond is surely an attraction that you must visit when in Kaohsiung!
While visiting the Lotus Pond to see the temples at the shores, this one cannot be missed. It's a spectacular structure, well maintained and extremely colourful. Loved the views from nearly every side of the Lotus Pond. The entrance and bridge towards the statue are fantastic.
Very nice walk around the lake which blends into western and eastern culture. The tower beside the lake gives a gorgeous view for the whole area. Some local performance in the open theatre.
We walked down the street to visit the temples. We came across this gigantic statue. My friends explained who this god was and I found the whole thing interesting. There's a fortune telling machine (think Taiwanese "Big") for those who can read Chinese.
So much to see especially if you like to take it easy and stroll along taking everything in around you. The Dragon and Tiger Pagodas are especially popular and get very crowded but all of them are worth the visit. There are places to get food along the way and of course trinkets to remember your visit but what we enjoyed most was walking out to the pagodas and sitting back to enjoy the views! There are benches, etc... to take a breather and great lookout points! Must see attraction!
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