From Love River to Lotus Pond

Love River runs through Kaohsiung City downtown and it is a must-visit tourist spot for visitors to Kaohsiung.In addition to walking, having a cup of coffee, and taking a boat ride around Love River, cycling is also a healthy and relaxing choice!

The cycling path system around Love River is planned based on respect for culture, ecology and neighborhood communities that links Lotus Pond in the north and the river mouth in the south.There are five loops and bike riders can choose one or two among them according to their own plans or finish all five for better fitness results!

Copyright: Walker Young
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Uploaded: 06/06/2009
Updated: 19/02/2012


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