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Kaohsiung Cijin Seafood Street (高雄旗津廟前路,俗稱海鮮街)

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Cijin Island Kaohsiung is a small island just a 5 minuts ferry journey from Kaohsiung Harbour. It's very exciting place to visit with lots to do and see. Cijin Island is the best place to eat fresh seafood in Kaohsiung. As well as the attractions and food, the island offers a nice clean beach where the sea is lovely and warm for swimming.

從高雄港乘渡輪大概5分鐘的航程,便能到達旗津半島,這個長條形的小島目前已成為高雄一處著名的景點,遊人可以看海、看天后宮、燈塔及游泳。甫上碼頭便走進廟前路,天后宮便位於這街上,街兩旁有很多海鮮食店,故俗稱海鮮街,是遊客鍾情的地方。

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A: Kaohsiung - Cijin Ferry Terminal

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B: Port of Kaohsiung

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J: Shaochuantou Park

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