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Fengyi Academy, Kaohsiung

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Kaohsiung caters to a range of budgets and styles in the accommodations it provides for its guests. To keep things simple and easy, take a look at the options close to Formosa Boulevard, the station where the two metro lines intersect. To the north lies the main train station, and the area has been dotted with high-rise hotels, both standard and luxurious. Backpacker-friendly hostels are never too far away in this district, while a number of traditional guesthouses can be found in the surrounding residential areas. Atmospheric, and usually budget-friendly, they provide a good option to for those wanting a side of the city other than the ultra-modern one of the central area.
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  • From a ancient site of school, revitalising it with different scenes of schooling from a small kid to examination to be a master. There were carbonised puppets in real human size acting in different s...  more »
  • i went on the last day in kaohsiung and i am very happy that i went there..the location is near the mrt.the admission fees is cheap.there are so many wax figurines that one can take photos with.not on...  more »
  • The academy was established way back in 1814 during Chin dynasty and it functioned like nowadays primary school for offering basic education to those few privileged. During Japanese colonial rule days...  more »
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  • Well maintained historical scenic spot, here is decent to know Taiwanese imperial examination history of 200 years ago.
  • Great for visiting an hour, local residents is free, NT66 for others
  • Neat old style temple. Very little English and the tour was all in Chinese. Cool history, but you might miss out on alot cause of the language barrier.
  • Nice but too many people in those small rooms when I visited there.
  • Cute place.Good to take fun photos. Also portraits the city history although mostly in Chinese