Bed and Breakfasts in Kaohsiung

8 Bed and Breakfasts in Kaohsiung, Taiwan China
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Hostel- 1.05km from city centre
AHIRUYAH is super clean and friendly hostel managed by Japanese and Taiwanese owners to provide you a convenient and budget stay in the downtown of Kaohsiung.
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Trip GG Hostel
Hostel- 1.07km from city centre
Liuohe Tourist Night Market, the famous tourist attraction, is only 3-minute walking distance away from Trip GG Hostel.
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With Inn Hostel
Hostel- 0.69km from city centre
With Inn HosteL is in the heart of the city. The location is close to Kaohsiung MRT Central Park Station(R9) , it only takes 3 minute to With Inn Hostel by walk.
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Backpacker 41 Hostel-Kaohsiung
Hostel- 1.1km from city centre
We are located centrally in Kaohsiung city, and we are near KMRT R8 station -Sanduo Shopping District.
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D'well Hostel
7.7Very Good
Hostel- 1.17km from city centre
D?well Hostel is aiming to become the best accommodation in Kaohsiung for those backpackers who are looking after their dreams.
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PaperPlane Hostel
Hostel- 2.73km from city centre
PaperPlane Hostel is situated in city center in Kaohsiung. It is just beside Houyi subway station(R12). It takes only 1 minutes to walk from subway station.
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Ho'k House
Hostel- 1.07km from city centre
Ho?k House is B&B ideally located in a lovely neighborhood of central downtown area in Kaohsiung.
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A Touch of Zen Guesthouse
Hostel- 7.89km from city centre
A Touch of Zen Guesthouse is featured with comfy beds and free wifi.
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About Kaohsiung

Although it's one of Taiwan's largest cities, Kaohsiung tends to be underrated. This formidable port has towering pagodas and colourful temples, a thriving creative scene and lush green mountain views. After dark, night markets sizzle with the scent of street food. You can take a walk along the banks of the Love River, which winds serenely through the urban centre. Kaohsiung has excellent transport connections to other Taiwanese cities and it's the perfect jumping-off point to explore the island's southern tip.

Hostels in Kaohsiung are usually arty and design-led or chic and vintage. You can stay in a traditional Taiwanese-style house, a Japanese colonial building or boutique lodgings with an outdoor pool. The creative district has several hostels decorated with colourful murals. Some places offer free breakfast and most have free Wi-Fi. Look out for a Kaohsiung hostel with little luxuries like extra-large beds or a roof terrace with sunset views.

Downtown Kaohsiung takes in Qianjin and Xinxing Districts. This part of the city is a business hub and it's where locals go to spend their free time in gigantic night markets and neon-lit streets. Look out for city temples: Zuoying District has the Lotus Pond with its vibrant pagodas, while small Yancheng District has creative spaces and street art at the buzzy Pier-2 Art Centre. A popular day-trip destination for locals is Cijin Island, which has a lighthouse, the 17th-century Mazu temple and long stretches of beach.

The Dragon and Tiger Pagodas are iconic symbols of the city that you'll find at the Lotus Pond. The pagodas are entered through the gaping mouths of giant creatures. It's said that walking in through the dragon and out through the tiger will bring you luck. Another major attraction is the 85 Sky Tower. Before Taipei 101 was built this was the tallest building in Taiwan and it still commands sweeping views. For an authentic Taiwanese experience, explore Liuhe and Ruifeng night markets.

Kaohsiung International Airport is an easy 20-minute MRT (metro) ride from the city centre. High-speed trains take less than 2 hours from Taipei. Make the same journey by bus takes around 5 hours and lets you see Taiwan's forested hills and scenic landscapes. In Kaohsiung, an extensive MRT system and pedestrian-friendly streets make getting around simple. Taxis are metered and can be flagged down in most central areas.


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