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Nearby Tourist Attractions
  1. Turning Basins at the Second Harbor Entrance

    Turning Basins at the Second Harbor Entrance
    Turning Basins at the Second Harbor Entrance
    A turning basin is a body of water in a harbor allowing large vessels entering into the harbor to make a turnaround or wait. It is similar to a railway turntable used in early days, only that a turning basin is not a hardware device. There are four turning basins in the Port of Kaohsiung: the First Harbor Entrance Turning Basin, the Cianjhen River Turning Basin, the Second Harbor Entrance Turning Basin and the Pier 107 Turning Basin.
  2. International Container Terminal

    International Container Terminal
    International Container Terminal
    Kaohsiung International Container Terminal is one of the Ten New Major Construction Projects in Taiwan. To meet the requirement of harbor development and the trend of larger vessel sizes, the Kaohsiung Branch of the Taiwan International Ports Corporation has initiated the construction of the 6th Container Terminal in the Dalin Commercial Port during the phase one construction. For the phase two construction, the Corporation plans to build a 6,515 meter-long embankment, reclaim 422.5 hectares of lands from the sea and construct 19 deepwater terminals, which will include five new deepwater container terminals to accommodate large cargo vessels of 18,000 TEU. It is expected that the annual cargo handling capacity will achieve 4 million TEU or more. The Corporation will also build 10 petrochemical terminals to…
  3. CSC Pier

    CSC Pier
    CSC Pier
    The China Steel Corporation (CSC) is one of the important achievements of the Ten Major Construction Projects carried out from the end of the 1960s to the 1970s. A preparatory office was set up for the CSC before it was formally established in 1971.To date, the CSC remains Taiwan’s largest steel producer and has the largest steel plants in Taiwan. The CSC’s integrated steel plants cover an area of 480 hectares and are located in the Kaohsiung Linhai Fourth Industrial Zone, and adjacent to the Second Harbor Entrance. The CSC uses cape-size bulk carriers of 200,000 deadweight tonnages to carry raw materials from the Walcott Port of New York via the Cape of Good Hope of Africa to its plants in the Port of Kaohsiung. The raw materials are then unloaded at the CSC Pier with a continuous ship unloading system resembling the Transformers…
  4. CSBC Pier

    CSBC Pier
    CSBC Pier
    CSBC Corporation Taiwan (CSBC for short) is Taiwan’s largest shipbuilder. In 1937 during the Japanese occupation period, Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Corporation established Taiwan’s first modern shipbuilding company, the Taiwan Dockyard Company in the Hoping Island of Keelung. After the retrocession of Taiwan, the Taiwan Dockyard Company was merged with the Taiwan Steel Works and the Tong Kuang Company in 1946 and became the Taiwan Machinery and Shipbuilding Company, an enterprise run by Taiwan Province. In 1948, the machinery section and the shipbuilding section of the Taiwan Machinery and Shipbuilding Company were separated and reorganized as the Taiwan Machinery Corporation and…
  5. Siaogang Fishing Port

    Siaogang Fishing Port
    Siaogang Fishing Port
    Formally known as Siaogang Linhai New Village Fishing Port, Siaogang Fishing Port is located near the Daren Temple of the Siaogang District within the Port of Kaohsiung. It is adjacent to Daren Commercial Port (the Fifth Container Terminal) at its northeastern side and the main fairway of the Port of Kaohsiung at its western side, and it sits opposite to the CSBC at its southern side. The Port was opened in response to the relocation of Hongmaogang Village. It not only solves the problem of insufficient berths during fishing or typhoon seasons but also eases the pressure of the Cianjhen Fishing Port resulting from the shortage of berths during the peak period of loadings. There are several seafood restaurants providing seafood delicacies in the Port area, including Shenhaiyuan, Ahsia, Yilang and Damuzhi.
  6. Cianjhen Fishing Port

    Cianjhen Fishing Port
    Cianjhen Fishing Port
    Cianjhen Fishing Port is the deep-sea fishing port accommodating vessels with largest vessel tonnages and catches in Taiwan. It is a category one fishing port located at the Second and Third Container Terminals of the Port of Kaohsiung. It has anchorages covering an area of 27.07 hectares, and piers measuring 3,189 meters. There are public and private facilities in the Port, including fish markets, water stations, ice stations, gas stations and fishery factories. There are currently 16 water stations, 17 gas stations and 3 ice stations. Cianjhen Fishing Port provides shelter to fishing vessels of 5,000 tonnages or less, and mainly accommodates deep-sea fishing vessels like tuna boats, squid boats and trawlers.


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